Chris was a multi-sport standout and outstanding student at Jesuit High School in Detroit, and he made sure his Princeton roommates Magaziner, Gsell, Marshall, Montebell, Rafeedie, Mooney, Smith, and Kelly were well versed in Motor City music.
At Princeton Chris was a politics major and graduated magna cum laude. Chris played freshman and varsity football, winning letters as a cornerback. He was passionate about everything that he engaged in and was a founder of the Dial Lodge Pedro Hoi Room.
Chris earned a law degree at the University of Virginia, where he was a member of the Law Review. Chris then joined the Phoenix firm of Streich Lang, where he became a partner with a practice focused on general corporate, securities, and governance matters. He ended his career as a partner in the firm of Squire Patton Boggs. Chris never lost his passion for rock ’n’ roll, sports, travel, long hikes, and Princeton.
He is survived by his wife, Christine; children Dusty, Abby, and Samantha; brothers Mark and David; niece Emily; and nephew Matthew.