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Orlando diaries: Christopher Joseph Sanfeliz, a personal banker who was very positive

Published: 15th June 2016 10:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th June 2016 10:17 AM   |  A+A-

By AP

Christopher Joseph Sanfeliz, 24, was always friendly and outgoing, "the most positive guy I've ever known," friend Josh Palange said.

Christopher Joseph Sanfeliz.jpgThey became friends during middle school, and in high school, took honors classes and band together — Sanfeliz on trumpet. Though they didn't see each other much after graduating in 2010, "we stayed friends on Facebook," Palange told the Tampa Bay Times.

Sanfeliz's family moved there from Cuba in the 1960s, family friend Mike Wallace said. Sanfeliz took business classes at a community college and was hired as a bank teller and worked his way up to become a personal banker, Wallace said.

"He (was) a wonderful person and this is such a tragedy," said Wallace. "He was cut down in his prime."

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