Elizabeth Christine P. Robbins was born on Jan. 7, 1944 in Georgia to Harry and Vivian Pritchett. She passed peacefully with loved ones surrounding her on March 29, 2009.
She is preceded in death by both of her parents. She and her brother Mickey (Jean) were raised in Georgia. Chris went on to a four-year Bible College to earn a degree in theology.
She moved to Moab, where she met her husband, Neil Robbins. Together they had her pride and joy, “Chip” Kristopher Neil Robbins (Gina).
Christine has three beautiful grandchildren – Jessie, Anthony, and Symone. Christine was loved by her niece, Donna Valenzuela (Edson), of Denver, and her nephew, Mark, of Georgia.
Christine had many friends that she had made while working at Arches for the National Park Service, and the Forest Service. She was a teacher at the Christian Academy, where all of her students loved her. She was also a crossing guard for the city, where she loved to meet and greet people every day.
Christine’s hobbies were hiking, fishing, camping and hunting with her family; she was most happy being outdoors. She loved to travel to Alaska where she would do all of her favorite hobbies. She also went to Alaska with her church family to help underprivileged families.
Always putting herself aside to help and protect others, her selflessness was a gift from God and she was a guardian angel to many. She lived her life by example, never questioning her faith. She touched all hearts that knew her, and she will be deeply missed by all of those hearts.
Memorial services were held on Saturday, April 4, at the First Baptist Church in Moab. Arrangements were by Kimmerle-Hefner Funeral Home.