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Condolence From: Heather Lawless
Condolence: Dear Lesley:

All of us at Grenville CFDC were so saddened to hear of Chris' death. Our thoughts are with you and your baby.


Heather Lawless
Monday March 19, 2018
Condolence From: Joanne Beaudry-Lewis (Esthetics by Linda)
Condolence: Although I haven’t seen or spoken to you in quite some time Connie, please know that my thoughts and prayers are with and your beautiful family in these difficult times.
Sunday March 18, 2018
Condolence From: Lindsay D
Condolence: My Deepest Condolences
Friday March 16, 2018
Condolence From: Sean, Linda & Nikolai
Condolence: We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your cherished fiancé, Lesley. May you find comfort in the love you shared, the life you created in Angus William and in the support from your loving family and friends. Our deepest sympathy to you, Angus and the Lang/Thompson families.
Friday March 16, 2018
Condolence From: Lois Terrance
Condolence: Thoughts and prayers with sincere sympathy to the family
Thursday March 15, 2018
Condolence From: jill vaughan
Condolence: My thoughts are with you daily. Know you carry an ache that's deep. Hope you can find comfort in each other, and know we care.
Thursday March 15, 2018
Condolence From: Gerry & CLaudette Benson
Condolence: Our condolences to Leslie, Angus and to all of the family. Christoper will be missed.
Thursday March 15, 2018
Condolence From: Denis and Denise Paquette
Condolence: Our deepest condolences to the Thompson family. We met Chris when his brother Jordan was attending the same school as our daughter Karen. We would take turns driving them back and forth to New Hampshire.

We knew from the minute we met Jerry and Connie that they had raised outstanding children. We first met Chris at his parent’s house. He must have been home from university on a break. He had allowed his little sister, Kelly, to paint his toenails. She was so happy and he was the perfect big brother. There was so much laughter in that house.

My mother always told us that your life resembles a stone thrown in a pond. You hope the ripples go far as they represent the lives you’ve touched. Chris’s “ripples” go far and wide. He certainly touched us and we will not forget him.

Rest In Peace.

Thursday March 15, 2018
Condolence From: Tony Kazulin and Marice Pelletier
Condolence: Leslie: It saddened me to read about your loss. Wishing you strength and comfort during this difficult time.
Our deepest sympathy to you, Angus, and the Thompson family.
Tony and Marice
Wednesday March 14, 2018
Condolence From: JR
Condolence: Where do I even start? I met Chris for the first time in 1990 at Akwesasne Mohawk School in the 6th grade. He wasn't in my class but he was a huge part of the lives of my fellow classmates. All of these kids all grew up together from day-care to elementary. I was the new kid and Chris immediately made that clear. You see Chris was very competitive and at that time he was the best Basketball player, Baseball, Lacrosse, and etc. He was very talented in any sport he tried he didn't really have any competition besides maybe Roy. When I showed up I really shook things up and before long all that was left for Chris and Roy was to insult me. Well at least Chris had his brains and Roy had his money. In those days Cornwall Island, St.Regis, and Snye were very much at odds with each other, and the various factions would assemble outside at each recess. Most of the time to bully each other or to play 'Can Hockey' which was really just full contact soccer with a crushed soda can as the ball. In that time there would be just the hint of peace, and adversaries would be teammates and friends. Back then AMS was a tough school. The school was broke and infested with drugs and violence. There was a pine tree planted in the centre of the bus circle as a sign of peace, many kids would go over there and stomp on it and try to rip it out of the ground, many of them are now dead, it wasn't good. The teachers had a hard job of regulating chaos and transform it into a learning environment. In this dilapidated school there were some pretty smart people and those who were the most intelligent now had me as a competitor. It was on a fateful day that he would become my friend. On one of those afternoons, just as the sun begins to set on the west end of the Island. Summer was long over, but there were still a few good warm days left. He was kicking a soccer ball around in the AMS soccer field all alone, but looking determined, that's what caught my eye. I got off the regular school bus and I went to see what he was doing. Hi Chris, what are you doing down here? "Oh? Hi Pizza face". Chris says. This was the name he called me because of the acne on my face. I turned around to see if my bus was still there, unfortunately it had already left. Well it was going to be a long walk to my Tota's. Then he says...'Hey wait, sorry Lloyd, Do you want to play soccer with us? "Yeah if there's a late bus" I say back to him. We kicked the ball around for a few minutes before Mr. Laurie and the rest of the boys showed up. Mr. Laurie was putting together a team to compete against other schools in Cornwall. Chris was the captain and in charge of telling other boys his age at AMS to join the team. Yes we beat all of those Cornwall schools with their cleats and their uniforms. One coach complained that we didn't have any equipment and there for wanted us to forfeit the event. We were all indians all the 'Boys from Akwesasne' wearing sneakers, and regular clothes, some of us even wearing blue jeans. It was a good time and we kicked all their asses. It was too bad that only the 2nd and 3rd place team got to raise up a trophy. I remember Chris being so mad that we won 1st place in the tournament and all we got was some cheap cloth patches that said we were the champions. We played together on all the school teams, like floor hockey, basketball, lacrosse, cross country, and he showed me how to throw a baseball really far. We were even going to confirmation classes together, I dropped out I didn't feel like being catholic anymore. I don't blame Chris for taking advantage of the opportunity to get a better education. Chris came back and invested his education and experience into Akwesasne. Akwesasne was going through a tumultuous period, what kid wouldn't want to get out of here at that time. I feel really bad though, that if things had been better, if Vaughn had been honest. Would he still be here? If I had gone that day instead of him. I guess we will never know. Thanks for the memories Chris you will always be in my daily meditations.
Wednesday March 14, 2018
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