Celebrating Chris Zimmerman and his impact on community

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562072_377669988944624_964900961_nToday was Chris’s funeral, his body too frail from the cancer, but his impact can be felt for a long time. Rev. Ron Perry talked about the ripple we leave and that is true of Chris.

In his work with computers he always was on the lookout for equipment for our work. When Dr. Carter upgraded his  system Chris helped us receive the computers. Chris upgraded them and made sure that they were ready to go to help people.

Now the computers are being used daily: a child doing their homework, a teen checking his face book, a young adult filling out job applications, a senior citizen learning computer skills so that she can facebook with her grandchildren (and discover online shopping), a person signing up for food stamps, another person working on their GED, or looking up something, or getting a recipe.

Every day we see Chris’s ripples as he leaves a legacy in his community.

He understood that his love for God translated in his love for people and that God has given him gifts to share with others.

Thank you Chris, you will be missed, but your legacy goes on.

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