My dad was a leader, an artist, a chef, a gamer, a writer, an earner, a genius, and a family man. His strength, humor, loyalty, passion, fearlessness, charisma, and intellectual conversation can never be matched. He worked hard his whole life and through his many achievements, he took pride in nothing more than his family. My dad taught us many things that we will hold on to for the rest of our lives. To name a few; “Greet a janitor with the same respect as the CEO. Always stand for what you believe in, even if you stand alone. Never lose sight of your dreams. Work hard and provide for yourself so nobody can ever say they did it for you. Never settle and take pride in everything you do. There is a difference between bravery and stupidity. Never forget who you are and where you came from. And most importantly that family is everything, stick together and take care of eachother no matter what.” He taught us loyalty, respect, dignity, modesty, strength, morals, and values. He was truly one of the smartest people I ever met, he was quick with a joke and had an answer for everything. We went to him for everything. If you want to feel better you ask mom, if you want answers your ask dad. And when wondering who we’ll look to, I remembered he’s always said that between him and his brother they know everything that there is to know. So we’ll look to uncle Frank, who is undoubtly just as Intelligent and spent the most time with our dad, as brothers and best friends. As many lessons as I have from my dad, I also have many of his attributes. His looks, his interests, his fight, his music, his talents, his strength, his art, his morals, his gaming, his anger, his skills, and his values. I am my father’s daughter, and I will carry on everything of him that I can. My dad will always be loved, missed, and remembered, as a Jack of all trades, a god amongst men, the greatest of all time. I love you daddy rest in peace?? ?Christian Micheal Pilone? 06.24.1979 ~ 05.05.2020?