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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by marodder62, Jun 13, 2012.
Prayers for Chris and his family and friends.
My condolences to Chris' friends and family. I wish you all the best of luck in your honorable endeavor.
My condolences to the Cleveland Rumblers and Chris' family. Sent you a PM but in case you see this first it's just another option; http://allentown.craigslist.org/pts/3075267095.html. My thoughts are with you all...
Sorry to hear this news ,
Paryers from N.C.
R.I.P. Aneurisms are freakily sudden.
R.I.P MY BROTHER
You are a "TRUE GENTLEMAN" never a bad word to say and never a complaint , can't say that about many.
You and your smile will be missed , Enjoy the Ride
Damn, so tragic. Condolences to all that knew him and especially his family.
So sorry to hear this,... I'll put his family on my prayer list....
For anyone who may be interested in attending the services.
To my brother Chris... RIP. We have outstanding members within the Rumblers cc and Chris was one of the coolest, most upstanding and sincere brother. His club was his family, we all are feeling a great void due to the unexpected passing.. RFFR my brother... Ride in Peace.
To my Cleveland brothers... Keep that torch lit. Respects !
Noel / Rumblers cc
We're picking up a running Cad engine today and should be getting the project going this evening. It looks like everything is going to turn out well. Chris was one of those guys you couldn't help but like.
^^^Thank you Gasser57... please keep us informed. Hope it goes well.
Noel / Rumblers cc
Hard to hear, our thoughts and prayers go out to Chris's family and his club brothers. Piston Jamers Toledo Ohio
He will be missed.
Man sorry to hear that, he was way to young.
We got the motor last night and were getting it ready to go in a lot of guys were going to be working on it all day today so i think it will be running today. RIP chris.
That's great to hear. Chris would have been super happy.
Mike (Rumblers C.C.)
WORD !!! Thanks to everyone who is donating time and labor towards the cause... It is greatly appreciate, and I am sure Chris is there in spirit, observing and appreciating it as well !
-Noel / Rumblers cc
Codolences to all Chris's family & friends!!
That's great news about the motor.
Sorry to hear this too... sounds like you all have a chance at pulling it off with his ride. I wish I could help out. I'll be thinking for the best for everyone involved. Prayers for friends and family.
really sorry to hear
With a huge turnout of friends to get the engine, strip it, re-assemble it, squeeze it in,and fire it up, it looks like his 49 will be at the funeral today. Chris was an awesome guy, and was surrounded by many who would do anything for him. We will miss him terribly.
condolances to all family and friends.
look like Chris had a bunch of great friends and it shows.
-rest in peace.
GAZSER57 Thank you and all those who helped... in times like this, this is as real as it gets. Respects.
Noel / Rumblers cc.
Chris's mom and dad were able to take him home in the ford home after the services. It was just like old times following it down the road. Thanks to everyone that pitched in to get the car running, it meant the world to his family as I'm sure you all know.
Very cool !
Cheers!! And tears!!! That's amazing!!!
Although our paths crossed a couple times in the past I didn't really become good friends with Chris until the last year-which is unfortunate because he is one of the most down to earth and solid guys I've ever met. He lived right around the corner from me so it was rare if more than a couple days passed where we didn't talk. I'm very thankful for all his help working on my 54. It won't be the same without him around.
I was wondering how things went at his funeral and had to look up this thread again. So glad to hear you guys got the car running so it could be there.
What that reminded me of is the Riderless Horse that is sometimes used in State funeral processions. I remember John F. Kennedy had one and it was really a very respectful thing to see. I think having your friend's car there was very much like that, and I bet he was looking down and smiling the whole time. It was fantastic that so many of his friends worked so hard to make this happen.
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