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Christopher Hook, 31, Detroit Died June 3, 1995 in San Rafael, California 

Chris was born at the U.S. Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VA., Sept. 10, 1963 and attended schools in Bismarck and San Raphael.  He graduated from San Raphael High School in 1981 and received a B.S. degree in industrial engineering from the University of California at Berkeley in 1986.  Chris received a master's of business administration from the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, in 1989.  He worked as a corporate planner for Zexel Corp. in Tokyo, Japan until 1993, when he was transferred to Detroit.  1994 he joined Rockwell International in Troy Mich., as a product line manager for products including auto navigational systems.

A multilinguist, Chris was fluent in English, German, French, Dutch and Japanese.  He enjoyed travel, jogging, reading, computers, investing and had numerous innovative business ideas.  Creative from an early age, he taught computer programming to adults at age 13.

Chris is  survived by his parents Margo Turkington, San Rafael, and Dr. William F. Hook, Bismarck; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Paul Franklin Hook, San Rafael, and William Charles and Debbie Boucher Hook, Marquette, Mich.; one sister Kari Hook, Grand Forks; one niece, Rachel Ann, and a nephew, Stephen Dyas Hook, of Marquette;  his grandparents, D. Power and Catherine Boothe, Sausalito, Calif.; and uncles and aunts, Barry and Joan Boothe, San Francisco, Joe and Catherine Boothe Lifto, Coto de Caza, Calif., and Richard and Pat Karlgaard, Bismarck.