was a resident of Annapolis, Maryland and a sound engineer for feature films, television shows and music videos. He was a graduate of Montgomery College and owned the firm, CPT Sound Services Inc. Christopher enjoyed both history and travel, and his career allowed him to delve into both passions. In 1990, his work earned a Capital Region Emmy Award.
Thomas died May 3, 2006 at Anne Arundel Medical Center, from complications of a five year battle with Lyme disease.
Obituary published in The Washington Post on 5/9/2006.