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Terri DaGrossa lit a candle
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Terri DaGrossa posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 18, 2018I remember playing at Christine's house when we were very young., We always had such good times together. We would swing on her swing and laugh and sing. Her mom and dad invited me to go one the boardwalk and Christine and I always had so much fun. We would go to Mass together and sometimes get the giggles in church and laugh so hard we cried. We became blood sisters as we pricked our fingers with a pin on her back porch. We did not have to do that as we always felt like sisters. We were allowed to play until the street light went on and we played we were walking on the curb and if you fell in the street you were eaten by the alligators! When the street light came on I did not want to go home but I ran home. As life went on we were separated for years, But still kept in contact by telephone, and we would sometimes get together and play scrabble in our recent years.We would get together and play scrabble and she always would win! But laughed a lot at the silly and sometimes questionable words. I will never for get her. Love you so Christine,Your sister in Christ Terri
Laurie Johnson lit a candle
Sunday, April 15, 2018
Mr. Wm. Christmas & Mrs Christmas posted a condolence
Sunday, April 15, 2018Sometimes mere words just aren't enough To take away our grief, So we rely on God for help And strength in our belief. May He uplift you gently, Take the sorrow that you bear, Then comfort you with healing In the safety of His care. Mr. & Mrs. Christmas
Maria Dever McCabe posted a condolence
Saturday, April 14, 2018So sorry to hear the sad news of Christine’s passing. She will be remembered with fondness by the Dever family. She was truly a very kind and loving person.
The family of Christine K. Derr uploaded a photo
Friday, April 13, 2018
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