Join us for a fond look back at Rue Morgue issue #100 (March 2010) for a sit down with the legendary Christopher Lee to talk about the things that mattered to him most. Lee passed away in 2015 and we are thankful to have spent time with him. RIP. For...
Sir Christopher Lee – the actor who stood at 6ft 4 and starred in over 200 movies – was not only a cinematic titan who towered in the literal sense, but one who reached the heights of consummate merit and tremendous skill. In his lengthy filmography he was bound to feature in a few filmic duds – but never once in his career did he ever give a bad performance. Look back on any of his films and you will see how his charisma and commitment to the most bizarre lines of clunky dialogue are always treated with the upmost reverence and sincerity. Simply put, Christopher Lee was a rare breed of actor that elevated every film he featured in.
Christopher Lee Hoff, 37, of Radford, passed away Friday, December 31, 2021. Survivors include his wife, Jennifer D. Hoff; mother, Donna Byers; father, Allen Michael Cox; maternal grandmother, Suzanne Pizzarelle; sons, Drayton and William Hoff; daughters, Lyra and Luna Hoff; sisters, Brittany Hoff, Heather Holcomb, Jessica and Katie; and many other relatives and friends.
December 8, 2021, Christopher Lee Pyles was peacefully called home to be with His Lord due to a diabetic coma. He was born in Montgomery County, Virginia, on August 10, 2001. He is the son of Aaron Elizabeth Manfrede of Peterstown, WV, Brett Manfrede of Orlando FL, and Roy Lee Pyles and wife Eliza, of Pearisburg, VA.
The celebrated British actor claimed to have served in a number of secret organizations during World War II, but some have accused him of exaggerating his role. By the time Christopher Lee died at the age of 93 in 2015, he’d left his mark on the world. As an actor, Lee made more than 275 movies and brought classic villains like Dracula to life. But Christopher Lee’s military career seems even more impressive than his filmography.
It’s no surprise that sitting all day does some pretty significant damage to our bodies over time. Research has linked excessive sitting with an elevated risk of health conditions like Type 2 diabetes and heart disease, among others. However, Christopher Lee, Buffalo, NY fitness trainer, has some ideas on limiting those risks and undoing the damage by doing specific exercises.
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INDIANAPOLIS, (October 4, 2021)—Apria, Inc., a provider of home medical equipment, supplies and related services in the United States, announced the appointment of Christopher G. Lee as chief accounting officer, a newly created position. Lee will report to Debra Morris, Apria’s chief financial officer. Lee has 18 years of accounting...
Cape May County Herald
Christopher Lee Pietrusza, 39, of Dennisville, NJ, passed away on Monday, September 20, 2021. He was born in Orlando, FL and moved here in 2007. Chris was an avid Phillies fan and loved animals. He worked at the Dennisville Wawa, Blitz’s, and Hugits. He always had a smile and never met a stranger. He would help anyone with anything they needed and always did it with a smile. He continued to help others in his passing by donating his organs and giving the Gift of Life.Chris is survived by his mother Cheryl Pietrusza (Bob Keen); his father Philip E. Pietrusza, Jr.; his brothers Robert Holderbaum and Randall Pietrusza; his sisters Tiffany Labenberg, Jacquelyn Keen, and Victoria Stacy; his grandmothers Sybil McKanna and Phylis Pietrusza; his uncle Joseph Pietrusza; his aunt Sandy Neapolitan; his nieces and nephews; and his dog Owen. He was preceded in death by his brother Philip Pietrusza, III.Services were held on Monday, September 27, 2021 at the Radzieta Funeral Home. Memorial donations may be made to the Wolf Conservation Center, P.O. Box 421, South Salem, NY 10590 or at https://nywolf.org/www.radzieta.com.
Daily Mountain Eagle Online
Christopher Lee "Cham" Chamness, 43, passed from this earth Thursday, September 23, 2021. He was born in Jasper on February 27, 1978. He started playing guitar at age 12 and became known as a notable musician in North Alabama. He spent years working in the music industry as a touring musician, studio musician, guitar teacher, and a sound equipment technician.
Graveside services for Christopher Lee “Chris” Corbett, age 57, of Fayette, were held Friday, Sept. 24, 2021 from Shepherd Baptist Church Cemetery. Mr. Corbett died Monday, Sept. 20 at DCH Regional Medical Center. He was preceded in death by his father, Joseph “Joe” Corbett. Chris was born on June 2,...
The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Christopher Lee Walker, 38, of Tupelo, MS, died Thursday September 16, 2021 at North MS Medical Center. He was born June 8, 1983 in Tupelo, MS to Richard Walker and the late Doris Ann Claiborne. From the moment he was born, his inner joy seemed to shine. Everyone loved him instantaneously as he had a likeable personality. He was affectionately called "Chris" by his family and close friends. He attended Tupelo High School and was part of the class of 2001, where he played football and was in the marching band. He worked for Phillips Garden Center and was quite the handyman. He loved mowing yards, painting houses and fishing. But his true passion was detailing cars. He learned from the best as he worked for his grandfather at Walker's Clean Up Shop when he was a young boy. He enjoyed spending quality time with his children and doing things for "Maw Maw" around the house. Christopher was a member of Temple of Compassion and Deliverance under the leadership of Bishop Clarence Parks. He also fellowshipped with The Church of the Living God. Christopher is survived by his father; Richard (Shariah) Walker, sisters; Angel Walker and Hannah Walker; a cousin-brother; Zachari Ruff, four step-sisters: Gabrielle Gates, Kenya Gladney, Kyla Claiborne and Kierra Claiborne, two step-brothers: Evan Gates and Camrhon Claiborne, two daughters: Arianna Walker and Krislynn Walker, three sons: Avaante C. McSwain, Christian Walker and Jakobe Walker, his grandmother: Willie B. Ruff, his step-father: Rolan Claiborne, his girlfriend; Porshia Copeland, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Services will be held Saturday, September 25, 2021, at Temple of Compassion and Deliverance, 1148 North Madison Street, Tupelo, MS 38804. viewing will be from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with Funeral Services at 1:00 p.m. Serenity-Autry Funeral Home, Pontotoc, MS is in charge of arrangements. For further information and online condolences please visit serenityfuneralhomeinc.com.
Does Exercise Increase Hunger and Appetite? Christopher Lee, Buffalo Fitness Trainer, Explains the Science Behind the Post Workout Phenomenon
A healthy lifestyle requires a balance between good eating habits and regular exercise. For some individuals, exercise seems to increase appetite, making dieting more challenging. However, for others, specific workouts feel like they suppress hunger. So which one is it- does exercise increase a person's hunger and appetite or stifle it? Christopher Lee, Buffalo, New York Fitness Trainer, will use science to explain what's really going on here.
Marketing Expert Christopher Lee of WNY Holdings Discusses How to Calculate Customer Acquisition Costs and Customer Lifetime Value
Every business knows that marketing is important to build a brand, attract new customers, and retain current customers. But, a marketing expert at WNY Holdings, Christopher Lee, often sees that business owners don’t know how to track, manage and analyze their marketing plans effectively. Luckily, there are standard metrics that...
The extended Sherlock Holmes Universe, as we might call it, has grown so vast in the last century (as with other franchises that have universes) that it’s possible to call oneself a fan without ever having read the source material. Depending on one’s persuasion, this is either heresy or the inevitable outcome of so much mediation by Holmesian high priests, none of whom can resist writing Holmes fan fiction of their own. But Sherlockians agree: the true Holmes Canon (yes, it’s capitalized) consists of only 60 works — 56 short stories and four novels, excluding apocrypha. No more, no less. (And they’re in the public domain!)