WEST, Christine Anne (née Alexander)Print
Much loved mother of Susan, Helen and Angela (Pange). Loved mother in-law to Paul. Magical Granny to Georgia, Bridget, Amelia (Milly) and Maya.
Beloved “Big Sis” of Bill and Pete and sister in-law to Rhonddha and Lyn.
Funeral NoticePrivate service
In accordance with Christine's wishes, a private cremation will be held.
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We shared laughter and tears. Always will be remembered with affection. Loads of wonderful memories, Ireland was a special one!
Deepest sympathy to her loving family and friends
Beautiful memories of a quirky lady. So much energy, inspiration and thoughts for others. Well respected friend of Jean and Stan White. Your hard battle is over Chris . RIP.
A beautiful and talented lady who will be sadly missed.
A loving sister and a joy to all those that new her. you will always be remembered and in my heart. Your loving brother Bill
May you make merry mischief where you are Chris, I know Mum (Sandy) will be a willing collaborator.
I love you, will miss our chats and laughs …
I will miss our phone discussions on many aspects of life. Please keep the discussions happening where you are going. You will be missed Sue.
July 27 2022 11.07 am
So very blessed to have had 65 years of treasured friendship, conversations, and love shared with Chris. I will always be happy when I think of her, and think of her when I am happy. Her footprints are embedded in my soul.
My Warmest love Suzie, Helen, and Pange
Though our encounter through this part of our journey was brief, I felt the warmth of your smile, your love nature and your very special love for your family ….. till we meet again a Cara – Slan
Love you biggest mobs Aunty Sue. XO May you be at peace. Thank you for so many beautiful and magical memories.
Much love to my cousins Susan, Helen and Pange and their families 💝.
Living forever in our hearts 💕
Many happy memories of hanging out as a teenager and young adult in the West/Milligan home. Its been a few years but I still can see her warm and welcoming smile whenever I visited like yesterday. Back with your Mum again Chris. I hope there are lots of craft materials for you in heaven. X
Please accept our sympathies on the passing of Chris who kept our group of embroiderers on their toes, going out of our comfort zone and for me personally, instilled an ongoing love of gold work embroidery. Love from Gina and Charlie McMonagle
Goodbye to a wonderful friend of many many years, sharing our lives, our stories, and our children. You will be sadly missed, but never forgotten
At Norwood Street Toowong was a welcoming cottage, not far from our home.
Many happy memories…
The Roxborough family. XXXXXX
So sorry for the loss of your dear mum Suzie and your grandmother Georgia and Bridget. She was a lovely warm friendly lady. Although she may be gone her love for you and your love for her will live on. Sandra xx
My dear sister in-law I will miss you so much but I will always have our wonderful memories we had so much fun you were a kind loving talented beautiful lady you will be in my heart forever
Dear Susan Angela Helen and the Treasured Gran Children
Chris was an extraordinary person and I was blessed to have known her. She was an inspiration to me. I’m sure she will be in your soul wherever you travel. my love to all at this sad time.
Our deepest sympathies to all her treasured family.
“Everyone’s old friend. Birre’s Chris”
A talented, wonderful, well drawn crafty with a wealth of knowledge.
Our memories of staying with her Roxburghshire cousins so very vivid in the Scottish Borders.
So missed but never forgotten.
Dave & Wendy Dennis
Will miss you, our ‘putting the world right’ sessions, our philosophical musings, your energy and enthusiasm. Love and sympathy to Helen, Susan Angela and the rest of your family.
To Helen, Susan and Ange and families
It was a privilege to care for Chris over the last 3 yrs esp the last few month and getting to know her girls who she adored.
What a special lady Chris was, love and sympathy to you all
Dear Chris, thank you for being the loveliest neighbour with your gorgeous girls. Will remember you always smiling. Have a cuppa with Mum for us. See you in the light❤️❤️
Lyn, Robyn and Chris Hartley.
Dear Chris, thank you for the welcome you showed to my parents when we first arrived to Australia. Kaija will always cherish your friendship, and I will never forget the wonderful moments in the little white cottage. Love and sympathy to you all.
Sorry to hear the sad loss of your Mum
How can we describe how much we miss you already and always will. You brought a beautiful warmth and joy to every special, precious moment we shared and how we talked. We had so much in common (even our maiden names). Our love and thoughts are with you, Susan, Helen & Angela at this sad time. Rest In peace Chris, our wonderful friend.
Bob, Susan and Billy xxx
We will miss a very dear and special cousin, loved, admired and enjoyed. We are grateful for so many memories forged through her sustained efforts to keep us all linked, ensuring that our family bonds continue across the world.
Our love goes to Susan, Helen, Angela and All the wider family.
From Sarah and Dinny in UK.
Bonded us all across the seas.
So many happy and fond memories and laughter with you and your beautiful daughters! Especially in the close knit community of Toowong, with school, church, youth group, dancing and many other social gatherings, organised and spontaneous. Our homes were always open to each other.
Love and Hugs from Katyna, Brenden and family. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
I will forever cherish the fun memories of family gatherings at your little cottage in Amberley Street. Thanks for being a wonderful Auntie. Rest In Peace Auntie Sue. XO