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Christine Marie Timmons

Posted By jim starks On July 2, 2020 @ 3:53 pm In Obituaries | 4 Comments

Christine Marie Timmons, 69, of Sister Lakes, MI and Benton Harbor, MI passed away at Hanson Hospice Center in Stevensville, MI. Per her wishes there no funeral service will be held.  Christine was born Feb. 26, 1951, in Watervliet, MI to Carl and Lucille Timmons. As a young person, she worked at Driftwood Summer Shop, the business her parents Carl and Lucille Timmons built and owned. Chris graduated from Dowagiac Union High School and completed her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work at Western Michigan University. She enjoyed her work as a social worker helping families and young people find employment.

Christine married Charles Cozzolino on July 25, 1985. She enjoyed living the country life and spending time with her pets, Boomer, Zero and Daisy. In her spare time she watched her favorite Cary Grant movies. She loved her bestie, Renee Tinkey and playing cards with her “nuttie buddies”.

Chris is survived by her husband of 45 years, Charles; brother, David (Lynn) Timmons; niece, Rochelle and nephew, Jason all of Tennessee; brother-in-law, Donald (Lynnette) Cozzolino of Illinois and sister-in-law, Nancy (Jim Cox) of Gobles, MI. She was proceeded in death by her parents Carl and Lucille Timmons.

Those who wish to remember Chris in a special way may make donations in her memory to the Hanson Hospice Center, 4382 Cleveland Ave., Stevensville, MI. 49127.

 

 

 

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Condolence from Janet Snelgrove on July 4th, 2020 3:05 pm

My heart is saddened by this news. Chris was a person who truly cared about people and did her best to help. She was such a positive energy in tai chi class and in my life. A very thoughtful person. My condolences to Chuck and her family.

Condolence from Judith Wild on July 5th, 2020 1:48 pm

Cris was such a beautiful person and my memories of growing up in Sister Lakes are wonderful. My prayers are with Chuck, my cousin David and everyone who loved Cris.

Condolence from Kathy Hayes on July 7th, 2020 2:09 pm

I have nice memories of Cris. Her smile and kindness will be missed. Thinking of Chuck and family at this sad time…. Take care of each other. Peace.

Condolence from Judy Winchester on July 10th, 2020 3:39 am

Chris was such a big part of my life, she was my sister Paula’s best friend. Her Dad, Carl would always just hang the phone up when he was finished talking to people, but Carl called me Judith, and he always said good bye to me. Chris would often ask me, how do you get my Dad to say good bye. I worked at Driftwood for 7 summers!!! I have so many memories from working and being with Chris and Paula on our shopping trips to Chicago, Shipsawana, casinos up north, and riding in the back seat of a fancy car, it was Carl & Lucille’s, Carl dropped the 3 of us off and came back and picked us up. On the way home I got car sick, I know Paula was close to puking, and Chris was saying don’t worry are you okay? When I turned 18 they tied my legs, arms, blind folded me turned me around in circles then put me in the back of Chris’s truck, started to leave me at the little cemetery in Sister Lakes, glad they didn’t, I ended up with a fun surprise birthday party. We’d sit on the wall, go to orchard parties, swim, then about 2-3 in the morning Chris would unlock Driftwood, she’d say “I think I need some mint chocolate chip”, it was always after her deciding a little scoop was ok!!! And as quiet as we thought we were, we would wake up Carl, he’d open the door and start yelling saying Chris what are you doing, then he’d notice me and say oh hi Judith, then mumble something and go back up stairs. Chris and Paula I’m sure were stuck with me much more than they ever wanted, but I was very fortunate to have the two best friends to get dragged along. Between Chris’s giggles and my sisters snorts Iam forever so fortunate to have such beautiful, fond memories. Thank you for being such an important part of our Winchester family, cause Chris was Family. She was such a strong willed, caring and giving lady. I will forever hold the wonderful memories, and cherish the unconditional love that Chris shared with everyone that she knew. Chris and Paula I’m sure are giggling and snorting and sending rays of good health and love to us ❤️
Chuck, You know that I’m always here for you, your wife touched many lives, she was a vibrant and fun loving lady. David & family, thanks for sharing such a wonderful person that I will forever miss, she was like a sister and role model to me.
I love you Chris, Judy Winchester

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