College Station He was one of two men killed during the Fidelity Street shooting in College Station last August. Saturday, the family of Christopher Northcliffe dedicated a park bench in his memory.
Northcliffe was a Texas Master Naturalist, a volunteer who provided education and outreach regarding community-based conservation efforts.
The outdoor enthusiast spent a lot of time at Lick Creek Park in College Station. His family and friends thought it was fitting to dedicate a bench there in his memory.
The plaque on the bench reads "In Memory of Chris Northcliffe - Texas Naturalist."
The memorial bench was provided by the Brazos Valley Chapter Texas Master Naturalist, the City of College Station, various Master Naturalist chapters and many friends and family.
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