In Memory

Chris Fenstermacher

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10/28/09 05:24 PM #1    

Susie Eash

I couldn't have asked for a better friend than Chris. Chris never ever let me down and we shared a lot of tears and a lot of laughter. Chris, you would have been a wonderful mom and it's broken my heart that you never got that chance.

10/29/09 12:53 AM #2    

Edward Dunn

Thanks for sharing your heart. She sounded like a great friend...Eddie

11/30/09 11:47 AM #3    

Kelly Lavy

Chris you will always be that special star in the sky. I see your Mother from time to time she is such a wondeful person. We talk about you I know she loves you deeply. Until we meet again, your friend Kelly

02/19/10 03:27 AM #4    

Carol Anne Seeger (Byrnes)

Chris was always such a caring person, and she made the world better for it. She and I sang in harmony -- literally -- in the junior high chorus and high school choir, and we played in music groups together as well. In some way, making music together brings souls together, and Chris will always be a part of my soul. I just wish her soul could have remained a part of this world for longer, rather than leaving it far, far too soon.

02/20/10 10:55 PM #5    

Bruce Riebe (Riebe)

I met Chris in first grade at Pajarito Elementory school
and i remember in 3rd grade she came to school in a new dress her mother made for her, it was light blue, and at resess time me my friends were swinging a jump rope,
i was the one swinging the rope as they jumped it and Chris was running by and tripped on rope, she fell and skinned her knees and tore her new dress that her mom made, i felt realy bad...
then in 1977 Chris and i got together and talked about old times and i told her about her dress and the jump rope, she rememberd and again i told her how sorry i am and that i still felt bad after all these years, and today i still feel bad....
Chris you were a good friend and you are still a good friend and i still feel bad...

05/12/10 10:00 AM #6    

Megan Cunningham (Gutierrez)

I moved here as a sophomore and Chris was one of the first people who smiled at me that terrifying first day at a new school.  I will always remember her smile!

06/30/10 03:36 AM #7    

Deborah Baber (Bonzon)

 I knew Chris at Pajarito elementary.  She was so much fun and enjoyable to be with.  One of my favorite memories of her was being at her house, when I was in 4th grade.  Her dear Mother had a group of girls over to make candles.  They were the prettiest candles. Cinnamon, cylinder shaped and some were made with cubed bits of colored wax and a white wax poured on top.  Her Mother was very patient and very kind with us girls.  Chris was proud to have us over.  I could see she adored her mother and was happy to share this time with us.  In Highschool, I remember her being a peaceful and kind person. So sad she left this earth, so young.  

08/03/10 08:14 PM #8    

Kerry Kelley (Perera)

Chris and I did not always get along- when we were little we did not like each other, hahah!-- But in 10th grade we became really good friends in High school... And she was so sweet- just like her mom...

She had called me 2 days before she died and I was working and never got to talk to her-  I did call her back but she never had a chance to call me back- i will always regret that I never got to talk to her..... But I know she understood. I went to her funeral and it broke my heart- she was/is a really wonderful person and a great friend. I  had a dream about her about 27 years, ago she and I were in front of the old Hilltop drugstore( where I had worked in HS) and she told me that all was well and she was happy and she hugged me- it was so real.. It made me feel  so much better and I know that she is ok...


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