We are the family who lived down the street from the Kanes, we all love Chris and the Kane family. Chris was a fun-loving guy, very outgoing, creative and friendly. We grew up playing Street games together like hide-and-seek, stop and go, mother may I, baseball and basketball. We took the bus to St Simon together and played games while waiting on the bus as well. Chris built a few club houses with my brothers and amidst the Friendship sometimes there were a few feuds. We had some crazy times and lots of fun memories growing up with Chris. The neighborhood would not have been the same without him. He is in our prayers, and may He rest in peace.
Rest in peace sorry we never met james Kane Ireland and Australia. Of+14
I just want to say how much fun I had with your dad. I could tease him about anything and he would dish it right back. I'll miss his commentating during the Pacer's season.
Jordon, Danielle and the rest of his beloved family, my thoughts and prayers are with you.
A dedicated son & brother, A great father, An awesome grandfather, and a friend who knew how to laugh despite the situation. Chris, Godspeed my friend.
Miss you Lumpy!!
Praying for you all. Lots of wonderful childhood memories with Chris to treasure. Chris..rest peacefully in the arms of Jesus...we will see you again one day.
So sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers and thoughts
I have so many great memories about Chris because he was part of our family. My best memories was of him & many more neighborhood friends would go on picnics w/ my family in Noblesville on holidays. We played volleyball for hours together, swam & ate good food cooked my my mom & dad. I hold these memories of Chris close to my heart & you will be missed dearly my friend. Also you always made me laugh. Rest now!
I loved Chris. I flew up from SC and stayed with him for a week 4 years ago. Best high school friend I could ask for. My heart grieves. I'm so glad I came to see him...
I am very sorry for your loss. Prayers of comfort to you at this difficult time.
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