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Date: 9/21/2017
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Condolences for the Family of
Christine E. Cox

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From: Beezie Miller

Chris lived with such grace and faith, a beautiful lesson for all. She was my dear friend for many years and she will be missed. She often said "think positive", I will try to do just that. With love and prayers for you my dear Chris.

5/21/2017 11:23:06 AM


From: Nola J Tendrock

I am so glad I knew Chris. She was an amazing person. May God comfort her family and friends.

4/4/2017 1:07:58 PM


From: Adam Andre

Christine and my mother Joyce were very close friends. My mother, my family and I are all better off for having known this remarkable woman. Her joy was infectious and her faith was unshakable. We could all learn something from the way Christine lived her life. I am ashamed to say that I had not visited her since my mother passed away, but please know she will never be forgotten.

3/27/2017 11:36:54 AM


From: Mike Lemley

My thoughts and prayers are with family and friends. I am so glad to know Chris and I will always remember her beautiful smile, her strength and her strong faith.

3/26/2017 4:18:52 PM


From: Mike and Judy Kuzeppa

The world would be a much better place if we could duplicate how Chris treated others. She had so much to complain about but didn't and she found a positive turn to all the adverse things she had to deal with. She once said: " I was given a bunch of lemons and I'm making sweet lemonade out of them."

3/24/2017 5:55:45 PM


From: Kellene

Thank you to everyone who posted such thoughtful memories of my dear Aunt Chris. She was a formative force in my life and probably the most positive person I have ever met. She always saw the best in everyone and is an example to follow for looking for the good in others and being thankful for what we have rather than complaining about what we do not have.

3/24/2017 4:00:45 PM


From: Cheryl Tyler

My thoughts and prayers are with Chris's family at this time. Everyone who knew this kind and caring friend were so blessed to have her touch our lives. I will always remember her beautiful smile, her strength and faith. I know that God has healed her in Heaven. Sympathy and blessings to her family.

3/24/2017 10:57:07 AM


From: Don Carano

Christine: Like everyone that ever Knew and loved you, and there were many, the Carano's also loved you. While Heaven is full of beautiful people You and Lynn won't have to take a back seat to anyone. Life isn't always rewarding and we fill cheated in not being able to have been with you in your time of need. We know that you always knew we loved you as we knew you loved us. We thank God for Wanda and am sure God will likewise be generous to her. You will never be forgotten. Don Carano

3/22/2017 12:06:01 PM


From: Vicki Van Hosen Strief

Chris possessed the gift of being grateful and caring despite her own difficulties. Not only do I remember her as a lovely young girl at Valley High School, but as an inspiration during her life at Wesley Acres. It's rare to see someone handle life's circumstances with such grace. Well done, Chris.

3/22/2017 9:36:32 AM


From: Sherrie McFarling Dreyer

Chris was my high school friend. She was a bridesmaid in my wedding back in 1969. She was a beautiful, tall, blonde back then. She was a gentle, sweet, lady. When I visited her at Westley Acers, she never complained about her health problems as she said she knew the Lord would heal her someday. She is now well again and is with her parents in Heaven. May blessings and prayers be with her family.

3/21/2017 8:28:59 PM


From: Tommy Climer

My wife, Linda, and I extend our deepest sympathy, and our thoughts and prayers will continue to be with your family. I knew Bob through my employment with Dial/NW/WF from 1965-1999.

3/21/2017 9:56:21 AM


From: Kathy Shippee

I remember Chris as a loving, giving lady who always put care and concern for others ahead of herself. She remained enthusiastic for life in spite of her handicaps and was the perfect example of how to be thankful for life in spite of the setbacks life can deliver. I will honor her memory by remembering to be thankful for the good in my life and hopeful and strong when dealt hardships.

3/20/2017 10:57:19 PM


From: Stan and Colleen Lemkuil

We have fond memories of Chris. We remember attending a company trip with Chris when we went to Hawaii. She was a beautiful women inside and outside. Her new home is heaven. Our sympathy to her family.

3/20/2017 10:26:36 PM