Christine was very much part of her local community. Living near to the local high school, working there for some time and having worked at a local primary school, she knew many children and like her own children watched them grow into adults and become parents themselves. She particularly believed in being there for all children, her own, her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, neighbours children and the wider community. A true Partington “Queen Mother”
In the community Christine was known also for frequenting the shops at all times of day and night to grab a bargain. Christine was incredibly friendly and talkative and could strike up a conversation about anything, including politics, current affairs and a little bit of tongue in cheek banter.
Many will remember her as the cards and messages received resonate, as someone who "made you smile and laugh", “a lovely lady who gave joy, kindness and happiness with ease”, “a thoughtful and caring lady”
Christine is no longer in pain or worrying about others she leaves behind, she took comfort from her belief that she had loved ones waiting for her, particularly her own daughter Sarah, Mum and brothers. Christine, Mum, Nana, Great Nana, friend, neighbour will be remain in our hearts forever and may she “Rest In Peace”.
- £100.00 Brother & Sisters
- £20.00 Rachel Kanes
- £30.00 Anna & john
- £10.00 No 5 Redbrook Road.
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