Christine Marie Moore

Born: 12/17/1961 Passed:

Christine Marie Moore of Massillon, Ohio passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family on April 3, 2019 at the age of 57. Chris was a shining light to all who knew her and an undeniable force when it came to enjoying life. Her kids were her proudest achievement. Chris could be found observing nature with her son Ryne, traveling the country with daughter Audrey or jamming out to new music shared by her daughter Emily. Chris loved watching sunsets in the Florida Keys with her husband, Rob and sipping red wine with her best friends. She was always trading her favorite books with her sister Pam and attending Heart concerts with brother Mick. Weekly dinners with her mom, Bev and partner Chuck were a regular highlight.

Chris loved her work as the Perioperative Surgical Specialist at Aultman where she worked almost 40 years. She achieved her dreams of being a travel nurse in Nashville for a time as well. Chris believed in working hard and playing hard. Chris traveled around the country, visited countless National Parks, hiked a handful of mountains & kayaked with dolphins, all while working full time & battling cancer. She never let her diagnosis define her. She was a mother to all and a comfort to everyone. She had a gift for making everyone feel welcomed and accepted in her presence. Her spirit was always truly a free one.

Private services have been held for the family. A Celebration of Life is planned for May 4th at the Sippo Exploration Gateway. Event details can be viewed at https://www.facebook.com/events/334055420789170/?ti=icl.

5 Tributes to Christine Marie Moore

  1. Lori M. says:

    Chris,
    I will never forget your kind and insightful ways. We have shared some really great times professionally and outside of work. You have been there for me even in the worst of times. I will always keep you in my heart; you were a true inspiration to everyone around you. May peace be with you.
    Love always,

  2. Kevin White says:

    A joy to work with a privilege to know. Way to young to leave us. Rest in peace Chris . You are missed.

  3. Kim Brown, RN says:

    I met Chris in nursing school… Always the life of the party or the life of the lunchroom. We could dare her to do anything and she was game. Robin, Chris and i worked our first job together in the O.R. with Bob and Harold and Jim and many others. The 3 of us were fondly known as the “6 pack” (before the days of political correctness). Sp many memories of her. I hope she brings as much fun and love to heaven as she gave her on earth. Will be missed but not forgotten.

  4. C.w. says:

    Chris,
    I miss you each day. Our lockers were side by side for the last couple years and I never realized how much I looked forward to your smile and your forever positive way of looking at things. When they say the world lost a light, this perfectly described you. I have never met a person whose light actually shined from them until meeting you. You were full of grace, sass and humor and I miss you and your sass. I will miss you sweet friend

  5. Debbie Anderson says:

    Truly a sweetheart! Many memories of working with you on 4East at Aultman Hospital, walking down the hall with you tucked under my arm, sharing many a hug. I will remember you with deep fondness now and always❤️

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