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Christine C. Reusser

November 11, 1945 - March 4, 2019

Christine Chapin Reusser, Age 73, of Denver, Colorado went home to be with her Lord on Monday, March 4, 2019. Christine was born in Chicago, Illinois on November 11, 1945.

Christine was a very giving person who adored her granddaughter and had a passion for quilting like none other.  After she retired from Johns Mansville, she fulfilled her dream and traveled to several different states on quilting tours as well as to Europe on a quilting tour. Christine also had a love for cats and owned several throughout her life, she enjoyed cross-stitching cats, quilting cats, cat figurines and Garfield. The Colorado Rockies baseball team was another favorite of Christine.  She loved the game of baseball and enjoyed going to baseball games with her daughter and son-in-law. The one game she remembered the most was sitting through the cold and snow during the Rockies first ever home opener in 1993. Christine is survived by her older sister, Sharon Goodman of Springfield, Missouri, daughter Julie (Ken) Redlinger of Parker, Colorado and granddaughter Rachael Redlinger, student of Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado.

She was preceded in death by both parents, James B Chapin of Big Fork, Montana and Dorothy Chapin of Las Vegas, Nevada

 

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to

Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue

World Wildlife Fund

Co-Pay Relief Foundation (Breast Cancer)

Wounded Warriors


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6 Responses

  1. Jean Borden says:

    Dear Aunt Tina. I remember you at the quilting store. We both love quilting and cats. Chuck remembers you in his classes at South. Love to all your family. See you again in heaven.

  2. Sharon Goodman says:

    My only sister Christine (Tina to family) was the closest person to me throughout all our decades of children and grandchildren, precious cats, and all the things we had and did in common. No matter what else or who else failed or ended in our lives, we always had each other. We visited each other in whatever states we lived in, or met for vacation time in a place we both liked, and always supported each other. Her loss leaves a huge void in my life. But because she was a Christian, we will meet in Heaven. See you in a bit, dear Tina.

  3. Earl Sherman says:

    Dear Aunt Tina I remember when you and Uncle Sam would come to the house when my mom and dad was alive and I always thought how pretty you were and how lucky my Uncle was to have you. Our prayers are with our family and that the Lord would comfort each of us with your loss.

  4. Sam Reusser says:

    You are so dearly loved by me and have been for over 55 years. Our Daughter is our miracle. You are now in complete happiness. I’ll be Home soon and we’ll rejoice together. Our Mom’s are blessing you with Love and Master Jesus has set a place in his Realm.
    Namaste, dearest Tina!

  5. Scott Deason says:

    Always loved you aunt
    Christine.
    You were my first crush when
    I was little. You seemed
    to be able to find the humor
    in every situation. I will
    miss you. Now you can rest.

  6. Lori Crowson says:

    Love & miss you, Aunt Christine.
    See you in heaven!

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