Christine Carol Cubitt

May 27, 1943 - July 22, 2013

05/27/1943 - 07/22/2013

VIRGINIA BEACH- Christine Carol Cubitt, 70, passed away July 22, 2013 in Norfolk. She is the daughter of the late Christopher and Frances Brennan. Besides her parents she is preceded in death by her sister Barbara Wityzcak. She served her country proudly in the United States Marine Corp during the Vietnam era.
She is survived by her husband of 48 years, Donald Edward Cubitt and her 3 children, David Cubitt, Michelle Kirksey and her husband Keith, Dennis Cubitt and his wife Rochelle. She was the oldest sister of, Daniel Brennan, Joan Hoyer, Lynn Hinsey, Jean Brennan, David Brennan and her beloved grandbabies, Dustin, Devin, Madysen and Jordan.
A funeral service will be held Friday at 10am at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach. Burial will be held at Woodlawn Memorial Gardens. In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the following charities Virginia Beach; SPCA, American Lung Foundation and the American Heart Association. Online condolences may be made at www.Altmeyer.com

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Todd Cushman
7 years ago

From all of us at Phillips Machine we want to tell you that you’re in our thoughts and prayers. When you lose someone you love you gain an angel you know.

Lynn Hinsey
7 years ago

I am sending my heartfelt condolences to Don , Michelle,David ,Dennis,Rochelle

Keith and to Christine’s beloved grandchildren.We all were blessed to have her in our lives.I will miss my dear sister more then words can say.

She is at perfect peace with the family who departed before her.

Love and miss her always till we meet again. GOD BLESS…

Jill Holland
7 years ago

I met Christine when she began work at Norfolk Health Department in 1999. She was a kind and funny lady that I remember fondly.

Shannon Eckenrode
7 years ago

Missy, David, Denny and Uncle Donny, I am so sorry for your loss. I hope that Aunt Chris is resting peacefully now. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

Love to all,

Shannon