Chris died July 19, 2022, at the age 53 from undetermined causes. 

Born March 20, 1969, he prepared for Princeton at Ridley College, Ontario, Canada, where he ran cross-country and played squash. Dubbed “Turbo” by his Princeton squash teammates, Chris played four years of stellar squash for our University. Fellow team members recall his passion, dedication, and endurance and his intensity, kindness, and courage. Junior year he took over the No. 1 position on the team and earned All-America honors both junior and senior years. Majoring in politics, he was an independent and a member of Rockefeller College.

After graduation, Chris continued to play and coach squash. He returned to Canada in the early 2000s and took on a series of jobs while bravely battling mental illness and several associated extended hospitalizations. He remained close to his friends and supported by many of his Princeton squash mates, continually hoping he could get back on the court and recover his health. Toward the end of his life, he turned to art therapy and shared many of his works with friends. 

Chris is survived by his sister, Sarah; and his parents, Elizabeth Andreen and Peter Stevens. To his family, friends, and teammates, the class extends its deepest sympathy. 

Undergraduate Class of 1991