Kristofer's Guestbook


Trish and SteveDecember 21, 2007 @ 10:26 pm

This website is the most heartfelt thing I have ever seen in my life. I spent about 3 hours reading over your website and I feel so much closer to your family and I donít even know you all. Your son, Bryan, has helped our family more than you will ever know. We ran into some complications a few weeks ago and I had nowhere to turn. We had one week until payday and we had literally change to our name. We were trying to find whatever we could just to buy a few items from the grocery store. I posted an ad on Craigslist asking for help for my two kids, my husband, and myself. I feel that God answered my prayers because of the generosity of your son. He emailed me asking what I needed. I have never met Bryan but within an hour I received an email from him saying how sorry he was for what we were going through and asked what we needed. We could have settled for some bread, meat and milk, something just to make sandwiches for the week but in his email he asked what we needed to get us by until payday. I told him just something from the store to make sandwiches and moments later I get another email saying to stop by the Wal-Mart near our home in one hour and go to the customer service and a gift card will be waiting there. I was a little hesitant because I have never done anything like this before nor has this ever happened where we needed help like this. We went to Wal-Mart and when I walked up to the customer service and gave them my name they handed me a gift card. I started crying right then, the generosity that Bryan showed my family is something we will never forget. We were able to get groceries and even extra snacks for the kids. We got home and I emailed Bryan again thanking him for what he just did for our family and asked if there is anything I can ever do to repay him I would. He replied back the next morning saying, hope you were able to get what you needed. If you really want to repay me than please, if you ever find anyone in need just help them. Bryan, after viewing this webpage I see why you did what you did.

To your parents, you have raised the most caring children I have ever had the privilege to read about. My family thanks you and your son for helping us when we needed it most. Thank you for that. Trish and Steve

LoriDecember 16, 2007 @ 10:36 pm

Hello Moore family!

Kristofer probably wouldn't have remembered me, but I definitely remember him as one of the cutest little boys in our neighborhood! My family lived on the same block as you all in St. Marys, OH years old victorian house on the corner of N. Wayne St. Your house was the white one with the green shutters! I used to play with Jennifer all the time, and my older sisters hung out with Katrina (Jill's buddy) and Amy (Jenelle's buddy). I have a lot of fond childhood memories with your family but sadly, we lost track of where you moved to over the years.

Doug Hale, a good friend of mine from St. Marys called me tonight telling me about a new friend of his named Brandon Moore. They were shocked to find out through getting to know eachother that they had both lived in the little town of St. Marys, OH and that they both knew the Triplett family! What a small world! Anyways, Doug told me all this tonight, and I was of course shocked as well and also excited!

Anyways, I just wanted to stop by here and tell you all (some of you probably don't even remember me!) how deeply sorry I am for your loss of Kristofer. I will definitely keep you all in my prayers and let my family know to pray for you guys too. I know the Lord will give you strength, peace, and comfort now and in the days to come.

Feel free to contact me if any of you wanted to get back in touch with me, Jill, Jenelle, or Mark. I'd be happy to pass along their contact info, and I'm sure they would love to hear from any one of you!



old friend of the family
Olivia MeadorDecember 13, 2007 @ 6:01 pm

i didn't know kris or any of his family but i was familiar with andy and talked to her sometimes on myspace and became good friends with her

I was on her page today and it was totally dedicated to kris and i thought that it was amazing...

I am sorry for your loss

he seems like he was a great kid and a joy to be around

this site is the sweetest thing that anyone could have ever done for him and i am sure that one day when you see him in heaven, he will thank you for it!



christena philpotDecember 3, 2007 @ 8:14 pm

jen, i only knew your brother briefly but it was time enough to know he was an extraordinary young man...just like you are an extraordinary friend. i hope you and your family is finding some comfort. atleast we know Kris is on the right hand of God. love you, christena

Anthony OrtizNovember 27, 2007 @ 2:35 pm


I love the site you made for Kris. Mr. and Mrs. Moore you have raised a good son and he was the best friend I have ever had. Best of wish's.

Alexis AyoubNovember 26, 2007 @ 3:34 am

To The Moore family a.k.a My second one. Im with you in your prayers and you are in my heart. I wanted to be with you all at the hospital but i couldn't put myself up to it. I wanted to be at the funeral but couldn't make myself go. I wasn't ready to let Kris go, and yet even though it isn't goodbye its still hard to know that he is gone. I love you all. You guys are family to me.

With Love,


Glen MooreNovember 23, 2007 @ 12:28 am

my deepest sympathy to the family.

zachNovember 22, 2007 @ 9:27 am

I am so sade that you dide

Kevin McCollinNovember 21, 2007 @ 9:07 am

I know that I am the last person the Moore family thought that they would hear from but I am truly sorry for your loss and my families and my prayer go out to you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Time heals and I truly hope that things can be forgiven and you accept my heart felt sympathy

Gene BuellNovember 21, 2007 @ 6:17 am

Our family is thinking of you all, our prayers are with you, may god bless you all thru these hard times and Holidays.

Gene Buell

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