Condolence: I have fond memories of playing hockey in Alliston with both Chris and Mike, along with their dad Terry as our assistant coach. Over the years I tried to follow Chris's hockey journey; there was never a conversation about hockey that didn't include us speaking about him. Through my years of playing hockey I can honestly say there was never a better player than Chris. It is with great sadness I learn of his passing. Myself, along with my wife Lori, and the Wilson family (Janet, Corinne/Dennis Wardell, Shawn and Jim) wish to convey our deepest sympathy to the family. He will be missed but never forgotten. Rest in peace.
During this poignant time for all of you - may you, your family & dear friends continue to hold Chris's memories close to your heart and fondly remember conversations, celebrations and time spent Chris.
May the warmth of your wonderful memories bring you some much needed comfort at this time.
Blessings and love from the Bussey and Hinam families.
Condolence: Our hearts go out to you all as you grieve the loss of Chris. We feel privileged to have known Chris and shared some good years with him as a friend on and off the ice.
Thinking of you with love.
Condolence: I would like to send my deepest and most heartfelt condolences to all of Chris' family at this very sad time. I feel for you all at this time of great loss. He was a warm, generous and caring man and possessed many gifts and talents. I most especially remember his beautiful smile and his great laugh. It is a great loss to lose such a wonderful person so young, he had so much good to offer the world. May you all find comfort in your grief knowing that he is now at peace and in the light. I wish you all love and peace.
Condolence: Sending thoughts and prayers to the McCauley family. I first met Chris when he played for the London Knights and subsequently met the rest of the McCauley family, a most generous and loving family.
Condolence: My heartfelt condolences to Maria and the McCauley family. I am inspired by how Chris chose to focus his energy and passion on things he could do to make a difference. He touched many and will not be forgotten. I will keep Chris and all of you in my prayers.