Hearing the unfortunate and certainly untimely news of Chris’ passing was a tremendous shock to me and I continue to process the impacts of this loss on my work and personally on what he meant to me. Chris was a valued member of our company’s Security Leadership Team and had become more than that in the two plus short years that I had the fortune to work and collaborate with him. He was a standout and dedicated security professional, calm and deliberate, yet passionate about the protection of company assets, information, and especially employees around the world. Our weekly conversations would always start with “weekend” talk where we shared information about our personal lives and interests and either what we did last weekend or were planning for the next. I learned over time about his love of flying his Pitts Special and riding his new Ducati, and his military career. He certainly lived life to the fullest and I only wish I had the ability to have spent more time with him. He will be truly missed as a standout contributor and more importantly as a colleague, teammate, and friend. I send my sincere condolences to his family and hope they feel some level of comfort that Chris touched so many in such positive ways. May he rest in peace and may his memory be eternal.