Christine Anne Austin

April 16, 2001


Past Services

Thursday April 19, 2001
2:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions


Christine Anne Austin of Virginia Beach died in her home on April 16, 2001.

She was born in Richmond, Virginia and was the co-founder and owner of Forget

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Jay Steer
8 years ago

Chris was the perfect mother in law. Never interfering, she welcomed me into her family in her own way. I see so much of Chris in Crystal. We will miss you.

George and Karen Schaab
8 years ago

Friends and co-worker of Christine’s sister, Margaret Bruner.

Heartfelt Sympathy to the Bruner and Austin familes. A contibution has been made to the American Cancer Society in Christine’s memory.

Cindy Gorman
8 years ago

Hi, i had a bussiness for 10 years next to Chris,iam so sorry to hear, but i know she is in a better place. I was also born in Richmond Va and my maiden name was Farmer. I never knew that about Chris. My moms name was Christine Anne.Its a small world, iam not sure we were relatives.

God bless the family, our prayers are with you.

Cindy Gorman

Carolyn Stanley
8 years ago

I have been a customer of the floral shop for several years and will miss her very much. Condolences to Tim and all the rest of her family and loved ones.

Colleen Spruiell
8 years ago

I work for Century Cut Flowers and delivered to Chris and Tim for about two and a half years. I really got to know her during that time and she was a wonderful person. I always looked forward to a visit with them. She departed this earth way too soon. To Tim and her fanily, my deepest sympathy.

Bea and Bill Taylor{Nancy's parents}
8 years ago

We remember Christine as a very beautiful and talented lady, and we know that she will be missed by all who knew her.

Rodger & Cora Vandveer
8 years ago

We will always remember Chris’ smile and help that she gave our family in all of our dealings with Forget me Not. You’ll be truly missed by a lot of people