Fans honor Linkin Park's Chester Bennington on the second anniversary of his death

Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington

(CNN)Linkin Park is marking the second anniversary of frontman Chester Bennington's death by asking fans to to share their memories of the beloved rock singer on Twitter.

"Remembering Chester today," the band wrote on Twitter. "Feel free to share your favorite photo or video of Chester / LP below."
Bennington died by suicide on July 20, 2017.
Thousands of fans responded with personal photographs and stories of the times they met Bennington and how he impacted their lives.

    'I miss him very much'

    One fan, who goes by the name Brown Sugar XOXO on Twitter, shared a photo of Bennington and himself standing together. He included a short story about how they met by accident at Disneyland.
    "He was with his family yet told me he would wait for me after the ride ended so we could chat and have a picture ... he kept his word," the fan said.
    Maria Ruiz, another fan, said meeting Bennington is her "most treasured memory."
    In another post, a proud father recalled the time his children met Bennington, who signed their t-shirts. "They will never forget meeting a rock legend," he wrote.
    Chasy, a German fan, shared a short video from a Linkin Park concert she attended in Berlin. "His energy was contagious," she said. "I miss him very much."