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Chris Anderson

Senior Vice President - GXT

ION Geophysical Corporation

Direct Phone: (281) ***-****       

Email: c***@***.com

ION Geophysical Corporation

Bldg III #400 2105 City West Blvd

Houston, Texas 77042

United States

Company Description

ION Geophysical Corporation is a leading provider of geophysical technology, services, and solutions for the global oil & gas industry. ION's offerings are designed to allow E&P companies to obtain higher resolution images of the subsurface to reduce the ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Channel Marketing and Inside Sales

Eemax Inc

Tobago. Photo

Media & Editorial Projects Ltd

Affiliations

Assistant Program Director and Cheer Coach, USASF Member
Virginia Wild

ORISE Fellow
Food and Drug Administration

Education



Marion Pleasant High School



St. Anselm College

Web References (153 Total References)


Home Health & Hospice Care

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In fall of 2008 life took an unexpected turn for fourteen year old freshman Chris Anderson, when his father, hero, baseball coach and best friend, became ill.  HHHC provided at home hospice care for Chris's father for ten days in January of 2009, and then his father requested to be moved to the Community Hospice House. Chris's father was only at the Hospice House for three hours before he died with his family by his side. Chris remembers his father's final days in great detail, particularly when his father said to him "you're the man of the house now. Chris embraced his father's words and the responsibilities that would follow.  Chris was the older brother of two sisters, a star athlete, honor student and did his best to move forward into this new reality, but he was grieving.  When his mother mentioned a support group for teens the fall following his dad's death, Chris decided to give it a try.

Chris joined the newly formed Teen Topics grief support group provided by HHHC in the fall of 2009. Teen Topics brings bereaved teens together from many communities in southern New Hampshire. Each session couples a topic related to grief with an activity. Bereaved teens often feel isolated in their school peer groups as their loss has put them in a different place. The group is a safe outlet for teens to meet with others who understand what they are experiencing. Chris has been a consistent participant for three years now saying, "I always feel better after leaving the group. When asked, Chris said that each session is helpful but for him the most meaningful activities have been the art projects, and specifically a collage booklet that he made about his father.  Chris has also played a key role in encouraging more physical activities for some of the grief sessions, including a low ropes course and hiking.
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The most substantial contribution that Chris has made to the group involves preparing his father's spaghetti sauce recipe for younger bereaved children.  For the last two years, members of the teen group have volunteered to prepare a pasta dinner for the families of Good Grief, the program serving elementary and middle school children. When the teens decided to reach out to the younger children in this way, Chris volunteered to prepare his father's spaghetti sauce. Some of his fondest memories of his father were standing by his side in the kitchen learning the secrets to his spaghetti sauce recipe.  Members of Teen Topics work together with Chris as lead chef to prepare the special evening. For Chris the night is not only a way to commemorate his father, but also a way to provide hope for the families of the Good Grief program. Chris feels it is important for the parents to see that children who go through difficult times are still able to thrive and even to reach out to others.  Chris has helped to create one of the bereavement division's most meaningful and celebrated events. This May Chris prepared his fifth batch of his father's spaghetti sauce for the families of Good Grief.
In spite of the life altering loss that began his high school career, Chris will graduate in June with a notable record.  He has been a National Honor Society member, captain of his football team, state wrestling champ, and influential member of his teen grief group.  Chris will be attending St. Anselm College in the fall studying forensic science and continuing to play sports. For the first time since his father's death, Chris also tried out for baseball this spring, a sport once coached by his father. Chris has made such a positive impact on Teen Topics that he has been asked to consider training to become a volunteer facilitator for future sessions.
HHHC has been a partner for Chris and his family in their life's journey. Although the people and the services of HHHC have certainly made an impact on Chris and his family, Chris has made an impact on HHHC by honoring his father's memory and reaching out to others while doing so.


Home Health & Hospice Care

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In fall of 2008 life took an unexpected turn for fourteen year old freshman Chris Anderson, when his father, hero, baseball coach and best friend, became ill.  HHHC provided at home hospice care for Chris's father for ten days in January of 2009, and then his father requested to be moved to the Community Hospice House. Chris's father was only at the Hospice House for three hours before he died with his family by his side. Chris remembers his father's final days in great detail, particularly when his father said to him "you're the man of the house now. Chris embraced his father's words and the responsibilities that would follow.  Chris was the older brother of two sisters, a star athlete, honor student and did his best to move forward into this new reality, but he was grieving.  When his mother mentioned a support group for teens the fall following his dad's death, Chris decided to give it a try.

Chris joined the newly formed Teen Topics grief support group provided by HHHC in the fall of 2009. Teen Topics brings bereaved teens together from many communities in southern New Hampshire. Each session couples a topic related to grief with an activity. Bereaved teens often feel isolated in their school peer groups as their loss has put them in a different place. The group is a safe outlet for teens to meet with others who understand what they are experiencing. Chris has been a consistent participant for three years now saying, "I always feel better after leaving the group. When asked, Chris said that each session is helpful but for him the most meaningful activities have been the art projects, and specifically a collage booklet that he made about his father.  Chris has also played a key role in encouraging more physical activities for some of the grief sessions, including a low ropes course and hiking.
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The most substantial contribution that Chris has made to the group involves preparing his father's spaghetti sauce recipe for younger bereaved children.  For the last two years, members of the teen group have volunteered to prepare a pasta dinner for the families of Good Grief, the program serving elementary and middle school children. When the teens decided to reach out to the younger children in this way, Chris volunteered to prepare his father's spaghetti sauce. Some of his fondest memories of his father were standing by his side in the kitchen learning the secrets to his spaghetti sauce recipe.  Members of Teen Topics work together with Chris as lead chef to prepare the special evening. For Chris the night is not only a way to commemorate his father, but also a way to provide hope for the families of the Good Grief program. Chris feels it is important for the parents to see that children who go through difficult times are still able to thrive and even to reach out to others.  Chris has helped to create one of the bereavement division's most meaningful and celebrated events. This May Chris prepared his fifth batch of his father's spaghetti sauce for the families of Good Grief.
In spite of the life altering loss that began his high school career, Chris will graduate in June with a notable record.  He has been a National Honor Society member, captain of his football team, state wrestling champ, and influential member of his teen grief group.  Chris will be attending St. Anselm College in the fall studying forensic science and continuing to play sports. For the first time since his father's death, Chris also tried out for baseball this spring, a sport once coached by his father. Chris has made such a positive impact on Teen Topics that he has been asked to consider training to become a volunteer facilitator for future sessions.
HHHC has been a partner for Chris and his family in their life's journey. Although the people and the services of HHHC have certainly made an impact on Chris and his family, Chris has made an impact on HHHC by honoring his father's memory and reaching out to others while doing so.


Discover Trinidad | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide

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J'ouvert morning in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson J'ouvert morning in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson

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The arch at Paria Bay, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson The arch at Paria Bay, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson
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50th anniversay fireworks at the Queen's Park Savannah in Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson 50th anniversay fireworks at the Queen's Park Savannah in Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson
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The Caroni Swamp, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson The Caroni Swamp, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson
Trinidad's Northern Range. Photo: Chris Anderson Trinidad's Northern Range. Photo: Chris Anderson
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The cliffs at Icacos, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson The cliffs at Icacos, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson
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Fire breathing blue devil. Photograph by Chris Anderson A blue devil, one of the many fascinating traditional Carnival characters, breathes fire (with some handy kerosene and a flambeau). One of the most exciting and atmospheric places to experience blue devils in action is Paramin in Maraval on Carnival Monday afternoon. Photograph by Chris Anderson
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Lopinot House. Photograph by Chris Anderson The Lopinot historical site is the main house of what was once a cocoa estate owned by a Frenchman. The wooden house sits nestled in beautiful gardens, surrounded by lush hills, with a lovely river nearby. Photograph by Chris Anderson. Ambard's House or Roomor. Photograph by Chris Anderson Ambard's House, or Roomor, as it is popularly known, is the only one of 'the Magnificent Seven' to remain as a private residence. Constructed in 1904 as a family residence, it was designed by a French architect and most of the materials were imported - the marble from Italy, the tiles from France and the cast-iron elements from Scotland. Photograph by Chris Anderson
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Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson Blue herons and a white Ibis in flight at the Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson Dawn breaks over the Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson
Columbus Bay. Photo by Chris Anderson Cliff at Icacos, near Columbus Bay. Photo by Chris Anderson Galera Point at dawn. Photo by Chris Anderson Galera Point at dawn. Photo by Chris Anderson Sunset view. Photo courtesy the Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre Sunset view from the Hilton over the Savannah. Photo courtesy the Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre
Knowsley house in Trinidad. Photo by Chris Anderson Knowsley house in Trinidad. Photo by Chris Anderson
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Turure Water Steps, Trinidad. Photo by Chris Anderson Turure Water Steps. Photo by Chris Anderson Port of Spain. Photo by Chris Anderson View over Port of Spain with the lights of Point Lisas in the distance. Photo by Chris Anderson Ducks. Photo courtesy the Pointe-à-Pierre Wildfowl Trust Ducks at the Point-à-Pierre Wildfowl Trust. Photo courtesy the Pointe-à-Pierre Wildfowl Trust
Maracas Beach. Photo by Chris Anderson Trinidad's Maracas beach. Photo by Chris Anderson
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The Cocal. Photo by Chris Anderson The "Cocal" or coconut forest near Manzanilla. Photo by Chris Anderson
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Poui tree. Photo by Chris Anderson Sunlight peeps through the branches of a poui tree around the Queen's Park Savannah. Photo by Chris Anderson


Island Sights | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide

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J'ouvert morning in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson J'ouvert morning in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson

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The arch at Paria Bay, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson The arch at Paria Bay, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson
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50th anniversay fireworks at the Queen's Park Savannah in Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson 50th anniversay fireworks at the Queen's Park Savannah in Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson
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The Caroni Swamp, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson The Caroni Swamp, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson Trinidad's Northern Range. Photo: Chris Anderson Trinidad's Northern Range. Photo: Chris Anderson
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The cliffs at Icacos, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson The cliffs at Icacos, Trinidad. Photo: Chris Anderson
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Fire breathing blue devil. Photograph by Chris Anderson A blue devil, one of the many fascinating traditional Carnival characters, breathes fire (with some handy kerosene and a flambeau). One of the most exciting and atmospheric places to experience blue devils in action is Paramin in Maraval on Carnival Monday afternoon. Photograph by Chris Anderson
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Lopinot House. Photograph by Chris Anderson The Lopinot historical site is the main house of what was once a cocoa estate owned by a Frenchman. The wooden house sits nestled in beautiful gardens, surrounded by lush hills, with a lovely river nearby. Photograph by Chris Anderson. Ambard's House or Roomor. Photograph by Chris Anderson Ambard's House, or Roomor, as it is popularly known, is the only one of 'the Magnificent Seven' to remain as a private residence. Constructed in 1904 as a family residence, it was designed by a French architect and most of the materials were imported - the marble from Italy, the tiles from France and the cast-iron elements from Scotland. Photograph by Chris Anderson
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Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson Blue herons and a white Ibis in flight at the Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson Dawn breaks over the Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson Columbus Bay. Photo by Chris Anderson Cliff at Icacos, near Columbus Bay. Photo by Chris Anderson Galera Point at dawn. Photo by Chris Anderson Galera Point at dawn. Photo by Chris Anderson Sunset view. Photo courtesy the Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre Sunset view from the Hilton over the Savannah. Photo courtesy the Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre Knowsley house in Trinidad. Photo by Chris Anderson Knowsley house in Trinidad. Photo by Chris Anderson
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Turure Water Steps, Trinidad. Photo by Chris Anderson Turure Water Steps. Photo by Chris Anderson Port of Spain. Photo by Chris Anderson View over Port of Spain with the lights of Point Lisas in the distance. Photo by Chris Anderson Ducks. Photo courtesy the Pointe-à-Pierre Wildfowl Trust Ducks at the Point-à-Pierre Wildfowl Trust. Photo courtesy the Pointe-à-Pierre Wildfowl Trust Maracas Beach. Photo by Chris Anderson Trinidad's Maracas beach. Photo by Chris Anderson
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The Cocal. Photo by Chris Anderson The "Cocal" or coconut forest near Manzanilla. Photo by Chris Anderson
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Poui tree. Photo by Chris Anderson Sunlight peeps through the branches of a poui tree around the Queen's Park Savannah. Photo by Chris Anderson


Touring Trinidad's Heritage | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide

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Ambard's House or Roomor. Photograph by Chris Anderson

Ambard's House, or Roomor, as it is popularly known, is the only one of 'the Magnificent Seven' to remain as a private residence. Constructed in 1904 as a family residence, it was designed by a French architect and most of the materials were imported - the marble from Italy, the tiles from France and the cast-iron elements from Scotland. Photograph by Chris Anderson
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Lopinot House. Photograph by Chris Anderson The Lopinot historical site is the main house of what was once a cocoa estate owned by a Frenchman. The wooden house sits nestled in beautiful gardens, surrounded by lush hills, with a lovely river nearby. Photograph by Chris Anderson. Ambard's House or Roomor. Photograph by Chris Anderson Ambard's House, or Roomor, as it is popularly known, is the only one of 'the Magnificent Seven' to remain as a private residence. Constructed in 1904 as a family residence, it was designed by a French architect and most of the materials were imported - the marble from Italy, the tiles from France and the cast-iron elements from Scotland. Photograph by Chris Anderson

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