Remembering Chris Wise with the Gift of Giving
Chris Wise, aka, C-Dub was an avid motocross rider and racer since 2000 when his parents bought him his first bike; a CR80. After a year of riding that first bike, Chris got the racing bug that we all know too well. Over time and with a lot of hard and desiccation, Chris became a very good rider and racer. In 2003 he moved up to the big bike class on a CR250. From 2004 thru 2013 his life and dreams were racing and turning pro. During those years, Chris and his Dad raced throughout Colorado, California, Las Vegas and Oklahoma with his main goal of qualify for Loretta Lynn’s.
In June 2013, he got his pro rider card and he hung up his boots. He may have quit the sport, but he never lost the passion to watch and follow the sport. He was so excited to attend the Mile High Supercross this year here in Denver and watch the sport and rides he loved so dearly.
Sadly, Chris was taken from us way too soon on April, 24 2019, he passed away from a serious fall at work.
Our Son was such a kind, loving, giving person. He would help anyone, anytime. Chris’s final act of kindness and giving was to be an organ donor. He was able to give the following of himself to help others live and have the gift of sight.
- 5 skin graphs
- Bone graphs
- Heart valves
- Arteries & veins in from his lower legs
- His eye corneas which will give 2 people eye sight that otherwise could not see.
This generous donation will help dozens and dozens of people on Chris’s behalf. This truly shows what a special Chris person he was.
Due to the way Chris live his life, his mother and father have decided that in lieu of flowers, donations to Road 2 Recovery would be the perfect way to honor Chris’s legacy as such a generous soul. This would make Chris so happy to help another injured athlete.
You can make donation on Chris behalf here.
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