Dear Kathryn, Carol, Allen, Bonnie, Andi and Scott,
How shocking it was to learn of your loss. There is no way to understand the sorrow you must feel now. As everyone has said, Chris was one of a kind. His love for God, family, work, friends and those less fortunate touched everyone who knew him. He welcomed me to Elsberry as an 11-year-old and kept me attending the United Methodist Church. He let me drive his purple VW bug when I was 13, and I couldn't get the darn thing into reverse (sorry, Kathryn!) I never drove illegally again. When trouble in Ferguson began 11 days ago, and the Highway Patrol was brought in to help calm the city, the first person I thought of was Chris. He had a gift for soothing others, and I hope the people he taught carried his example with them. We will miss him terribly.
"Dear Kathryn, Carol, Allen, Bonnie, Andi and Scott,
How shocking it was to lear"
The Share on Facebook section allows online visitors to create an entry on their Facebook wall to share with other online visitors their loved one's Book of Memories.
Step 1 - Select the Share on Facebook button located at the bottom left of the Book of Memories.
Step 2 - Log into Facebook with your email address and password.
Step 3 - Use the arrows to look through the images. Remain on the image that you would like to have appear within the News Feed of Facebook. Place a check mark inside the box "No Thumbnail" if you do not want to have an image.
Step 4 - Where it says "what's on your mind?" enter a display title.
Step5 - If you would rather share this on Facebook with selected friends, click the "Send as a Message Instead" link. From there, you will need to type in each friends name.
Step 6 - Select the "Share" button. The message will then be shared on Facebook.