Christie Lee Wityszyn

12-Aug-1974 - 13-Aug-2019

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Posted by Judy and Paul Davidson | 25-Aug-2019

Dave, Sue, and Family

We are truly saddened by your enormous Loss. The loss of a Wife and/or Child at this young age is truly hard to fathom and never supposed to happen. We know that you have many amazing memories that will keep you going and give you the strength you will need to adjust to a new life without Christie. She is be missed by so many. Please know that you are in our thoughts.

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Posted by lisa dyer | 24-Aug-2019

Dave , Sue , Niki and family

I am so sorry for your loss … my prayers and thoughts are with all of you in this difficult time.
I will never forget Christie, when she would visit me at the employee store on her lunches sometimes daily lol!!! we would have such a laugh her humour and sarcasm was the best. Christie always was there to lend me a helping hand and I will never forget that.

She truly has a kind heart , and she will be missed by many. May she rest peace


Lisa Dyer

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Posted by Alcuin Noronha | 24-Aug-2019

Would like to express my heartfelt sympathies. A loss like no other. I cannot imagine enough how much she will be missed by you David. What I can imagine is that she leaves you with many wonderful memories to cherish and remember. May she rest in eternal peace.

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Posted by John Shaw | 24-Aug-2019

Sue and Family, my thoughts and prayers are with you during your time of loss. May your memories of Christie last forever.....John

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Posted by Susan Tantalo | 22-Aug-2019

I just recently met Christie while training with her and her mom. She was always so amazing and pushed herself during her workouts even with what she was battling. She always could crack jokes and we would all laugh. Such an amazing person and spirit and I am glad that I met her. She will be remembered and missed. My heart and love goes out to all her family in this time of loss. God bless them all and God bless Christie!

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Posted by Roger Pugh | 16-Aug-2019

Christie was my first cousin, once removed. We never really knew each other until after news of a death in the family in England led me to re-connect with Christie's mum, Sue in 2014. Shortly thereafter, I learned the difficult news about Christie's diagnosis.
Over the last few years, I've been fortunate to have had an all too brief opportunity to get to know Christie. I've admired her courageous and pragmatic approach to life, not the least of which involved the rigid treatment regimen that she was required to undergo as part of her battle.
From my perspective, Christie enjoyed a gathering and was happy to participate - never withdrawn nor bitter. She was stoic and maintained a wry sense of humour throughout. She could engage easily in frank discussion about her illness, yet never allowed it to dampen the mood to any extent.
Now that her life has been tragically cut short, all I can say is that I wish I could spend more time with Christie. I shall miss her greatly.
My condolences to her family and to all who had the pleasure of knowing her. May she rest in peace.

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