From the Morans

my wife Kathy and i along with our three children spent time with Gerard and Christina up in Prince Edward Island. i will never forget her beautiful smile and love she expressed on an everyday basis.

i will never forget her and her co-workers taking care of my oldest son Christopher in the NICU. without going on and on about her other qualities and passions i would like to say the world has a huge void in it. the only comfort we may have is knowing she is definitely up above with the angels and other super people who have gone before her. may she rest in peace!

-Steve & Kathy Moran + family

From Ursula

Christina with a group of her Irish friends from training days in the International Missionary Training Hospital in Drogheda, Co. Louth. (1974-1977). Photo taken in Boston in September 2009 at our group reunion.
May she rest in peace.

-Ursula Kane Cafferty

From her niece

My aunt Christina is simply amazing. It’s been wonderful to hear all the stories her friends are sharing about how she touched their lives. While I never saw her at work in a hospital myself, she sounds like an outstanding nurse who really went above and beyond for her patients and their families. She brought the same caring qualities to her friendships as well, and is one of those special people who easily inspire deep friendship and bring people together. Christina, you are well loved. I was lucky to have you in my life and I’ll miss you.

-Katrina Crocker