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Christine Morrison

Christine C. Morrison

Thursday, February 10th, 1949 - Saturday, June 15th, 2019
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Christine C. Morrison, 70, of Marietta, Ohio, died Saturday, June 15, 2019. She was born on February 10, 1949. Her parents were Carlyle E. and Helen I. (Farnsworth) Hill.
Christine was a 1967 graduate of Marietta High School, and received her degree in Political Science from Marietta College. She was Vice President of Marietta Savings Bank for many years, and was a big supporter of the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley, served as treasurer for the Showboat Becky Thatcher and The Castle, and volunteered with the Marietta Welfare League.
She is survived by her husband, Kirk Adie; sister, Melissa Grande (David) of Marietta; nephew Liam Grande; and many close friends and family members.
She was preceded in death by her parents, and her beloved grandparents George and Lulu Farnsworth.
Abiding with her wishes, she has been cremated and a celebration of her life will be held at a later date. The Marietta
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Amy Farnsworth

Posted at 09:40am
Very saddened to hear about Chris. She was always so kind to all of us. We will miss her.

Amy, Corey, and Cole Farnsworth
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Posted at 08:49pm
Chris always delivered unparalleled wit into a conversation without even thinking about it. She was was effortlessly the life of the crowd with her ability to converse with anyone & entertain us with her keen humor. She would gladly do anything for anyone. Chris encompassed a plethora of knowledge while maintaining a sweet, humble demeanor. The world certainly learned a lot from Christine Morrison & I too take great comfort knowing that she is chatting it up with Dad ❤️
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T. Taylor

Posted at 08:09pm
Chris- you were one of the most selfless and generous people I have ever met. You helped me and supported me in some of my greatest times of need. Your wit and sense of humor was unmatchable. You were the queen of handwritten notes that were thoughtfully written. You didn't forget dates, birthdays, and some of my favorite things. You were one of my Dads favorite people as well. I get great joy that you guys are now catching up on the last ten years. Thank you for teaching me how to laugh through pain, forget the old, and be open to the new things in life. The adventures that we had will never be forgotten. I am forever grateful that you came into my life when I needed it the most. I will miss you more than any words I can type. You were one of a kind! RIP
 
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Linda Posted at 08:31pm

Chris loved and hated politics - we relished the events of the past and current foolishness in Washington DC. She loved reading , we once looked at he the top 100 books and laughed about what we had read and hadn't read from the list. She loved the writings of John Irving and would quote lines from his works at the best times.She loved a good laugh,dogs and kitty cats. She loved a good hot cup of coffee- no cream or sugar ever! She loved listening to music ,Warren Zevon,David Bowie,Dayroom,Pearl Jam and Dave Matthews... we sat up too late many times singing along and enjoying it enormously. She was always impeccably dressed,always on time and to quote Warren Z - her hair was perfect. I will never stop thinking about you Christine,fly high and Rest In Peace.
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