( For Christie) To sustain the incarceration of individual that murdered our daughter in 1988...

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#6

he murdered an innocent woman.

Taylor Warchol (Charleston, 2018-01-12)

#14

My friend was taken from thus world way to young.

Donald Balog (Mayfield Hts, 2018-01-12)

#17

This family had endured enough with the loss of Christie. Please do not make them deal with having her murderer out in the community.

Jeff Johnston (Willoughby, 2018-01-12)

#18

Do not let this man free. He is not wanted in our community or anywhere.

Elizabeth Lee (Willoughby, 2018-01-12)

#19

Christie was a classmate of my baby sister and the entire community was devastated keep the animal in his cage.

Brian Lako (Eastlake, 2018-01-12)

#21

So many people have been changed by Christie’s untimely death. Her absence is felt at every family gathering, every holiday, still today. While the Montrellas are a model for acceptance of what life has given them, no family should feel the pain and loss that they have endured over many years. There is no justice if this man ever walks free again.

Julianna Senturia (Shaker Heights, 2018-01-12)

#24

Christie Montrella was a close friend of our family. She baby sat my youngest and cared for our home (cats) when we were away. I loved Christie as one of my own children. I watched her grow. I saw her braces come off and the beginning of the woman she would have become. The night she didn't come home her brothers were over at our house for a sleep over. It ended. All of it. He does not deserve life. He stole this sweet daughter from all of us in the community.

Evelyn Novak (Burry) (Palm Harbor, FL, 2018-01-12)

#25

We live in Willoughby, Ohio and after all these years we still remember this heartbreaking crime.

Pat Schneider (Willoughby, 2018-01-12)

#27

I believe he should stay in jail as long as possible!
RIP Christie.

Michelle Young (Twinsburg, 2018-01-12)

#31

Christie was a babysitter for my kids. I remember this terrible event very well. Why should this murderer be released to have a normal life? He should have gotten the death penalty.

Marsha Scully (Euclid, 2018-01-12)

#33

This guy not only destroyed a family he hurt an entire community.

Daniel Anderson (Willoughby, 2018-01-12)

#35

This killer doesn’t deserve a life after he took someone else’s life.

Danielle Chavez (Willoughby, OH, 2018-01-12)

#40

For Christie

Jill Weathermon (Willoughby , 2018-01-12)

#45

I remember when this happened. So tragic. She didn't get a chance to grow up and make her life's path.

Julaine Manley (Mentor , 2018-01-12)

#56

He should never walk free for what he did!

Tracy Finch (Willoughby , 2018-01-12)

#58

He needs to stay in prison!!

Dyan Hirz (Wickliffe, 2018-01-12)

#63

I will never forget the horror this man caused. Her wonderful family has suffered every day. Do not release him.

Cheryl Wolenski (Painesville , 2018-01-12)

#66

Family friend

Susan Graf (Medina, 2018-01-12)

#69

Christie attended the same high school and was a friend of my sister’s. This man’s actions not only took a precious life but devastated her family and the entire community. We not only lost someone special, but we lost everything she would have given back to the community had she still been with us. An evil act by this man who was a co-worker of Christie’s and should have been safe changed many many lives forever. He still hasn’t shown remorse - the community won’t be safe if he is released.

Doris Savron (Phoenix, 2018-01-12)

#73

I never knew Christie personally but I know many who did. They all described her as a very beautiful person inside and out. That monster doesn't deserve to see the light of day for the rest of his life for what he did to her.

Kevin Senning (Painesville, 2018-01-12)

#81

I can still see her smiling gmface in class. We were so young. Then she was gone. She shouldn't have been taken so soon. She can't come back so he shouldn't be out.

Christine Bilinski (Willoughby, 2018-01-12)

#86

We need to keep violent criminals off our streets and behind bars

Kathleen OBrien (Pepper Pike OH, 2018-01-12)

#94

Should never be allowed out. You take someone's life, we should be able to yours..

Melanie Hurayt (Painesville, 2018-01-12)

#99

He should never be released. He murdered an innocent child. Keep the public safe by keeping the animal in a cage.

Rick Suts (Strongsville , 2018-01-12)

#107

Lives were shattered with his actions. They were premeditated and caused a generation to no longer feel safe. He should continue to be incarcerated for his crime against Christie, the city of Willoughby, and an entire community.

Shayna Jackson (Painesville Township, 2018-01-12)

#109

My children went to school with Christie. Christie would have graduated with my daughter. We knew the family thru different community and school sports. The man who murdered her was part of a family who owned a local pizza place in Willoughby. This was an emotional scar for our whole
community. He took a young girl away from her family. He left her along side a highway. He should never be released back into society.

Marilyn Elmore (Willoughby, 2018-01-12)

#110

No other family shoul go through this.

Joyce Ristau (Mentor, 2018-01-12)

#111

I was friends with Mark

Tiffany Walters Buehner (Perry, 2018-01-12)

#113

she was my neighbor and was never given the opportunity to grow up and experience all that life had to offer.

Beverly Hottois (Southlake, 2018-01-12)

#115

I’m signing because this is my friends aunt, and no murderer should be let out again.

Caitlin Hare (Gulf Breeze, 2018-01-12)

#127

A tragedy like this needs a consistent penalty. My family shouldn’t have to fight to keep this man behind bars

Dana Montrella (West York, 2018-01-12)

#131

Christie’s family should NEVER have to worry about him being paroled!! This man DOES NOT deserve to EVER be up for parole!!

Virginia Ulrich (Willougby, 2018-01-12)

#133

He should have gotten the death penalty

Michelle Bordon (Willoughby , 2018-01-12)

#137

it's the right thing to do

Steve Mihalic (Mentor, 2018-01-12)

#140

It is the right thing to do to honor Christie and her family. That made a choice and there are consequences for our actions.

Gretchen Toman-Clark (Willoughby , 2018-01-12)

#141

Deny this murderer parole!

Scott Kyreakakis (New York, NY, 2018-01-12)

#144

I believe he should stay exactly where he is. He is a menace to society. When he decided to murder Christie he wasn't thinking about the lives he was going to change forever! So why should we even think about him! I think he needs to continue to sit in prison and think about her family, her friends, and the community that was changed forever because of this man! He should root in prison!!!

Heather Martin (Mentor, 2018-01-12)

#156

For Christie!

Andrew Santer (Columbus, 2018-01-12)

#157

To support the Montrella family.

Julia Schick (Willoughby , 2018-01-12)

#160

I believe in due justice.

Natha Fulton (Columbus, 2018-01-12)

#161

I am a close personal friend of the Montrella Family and know first hand the devastating impact Christie's murder had on the family. The parole of Mr. Lombardozzi will not only put a killer back in society but will also to be deeply emotionally troubling for the family. Therefore, I ask that he not be granted parole.

Robert Hottois (Southlake, 2018-01-12)

#164

For Christie

Brian Sara (Mantua, 2018-01-12)

#165

The Montrella family DOES NOT and SHOULD NOT have to worry about this man being released from jail!! They have lived their nightmare...it doesn’t need to be relived over and over. He deserves to spend the rest of his life in jail!! Even that is to good for him!!

Donna Tiurk (Willoughby, 2018-01-12)

#172

I am signing in support of the Montrella family.

Kathy Hodson (Mayfield, 2018-01-12)

#175

This evil man should never walk free

Colleen Insana (Willoughby, 2018-01-12)

#176

No one who murders a child deserves their freedom. Keep him locked up.

Michael Clarke (Plainfield, IL, 2018-01-12)

#180

He took the life of someone’s daughter, someone’s sister, and so many others friend. He should not be allowed to walk around in freedom when he took away so much from the people who loved her.

Angela Montrella (York, 2018-01-12)

#185

This man committed a brutal, unimaginable crime and should not be allowed to freely walk amongst us.

Chris Milliron (Columbus, 2018-01-12)

#186

I remember this tragedy all too well. Do not let the monster out!

Laurie Allen (Eastlake, 2018-01-12)

#196

Keep that animal locked up so no one else has to die!

Sherry Rotach (Smithfield , 2018-01-12)