Christine Ann Lindstrand

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Christine Ann Lindstrand

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Christine Lindstrand

Christine Ann Lindstrand was born in Great Falls on June 10, 1951. She loved horses and kittens especially, but all animals her whole life. In her early years, she owned, raced and showed horses.

Christine graduated from Eastern Montana College with a degree in accounting, later on specializing with estates. Chris became a level 2 Master Gardener and grew her orchids, plants and beautiful gardens, a testament to her love of plants, along with feeding the birds and squirrels.

All who knew Chris loved her quiet grace and sense of humor.

Christine sadly lost her battle with cancer on June 13, 2020. She was preceded in death by her father, Ken, and leaves behind her mother Frances of Great Falls; her brother, Dave (Alene) of Spokane, Washington; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

At Chris’s request, there will be no public service. Any donations in Chris’s memory can be made to RiverStone Hospice, 2230 Mission Way, Billings, MT 59102; or Yellowstone County Animal Shelter, 1735 Monad Road, Billings, MT 59101.

The family would like to especially thank RiverStone Hospice for their extraordinary care of Chris.

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6 thoughts on “Christine Ann Lindstrand”

  1. Kathryn L Bollwitt

    Fran I am so sorry for the loss of your daughter. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers!
    Kathy Bollwitt

  2. Catherine (Cathy) Lowden

    I didn’t know Christine very well but knew her to be a kind and loving soul. Her brother Dave was a friend to my brother and I and our family. We had many stories and laughs. A wonderful family in Great Falls. I’m so sad to hear of her passing. She was such a pleasant person. My Prayers go out to her family and to Dave and his mother Frances. May Christine rest in peace with the Heavenly Father, along with my Parents and brother Bill. May God keep you close during this difficult time.

  3. From the time when I was 8 years old, I remember always looking up to my cousin Christine. I remember thinking I wanted to be just like her. Life took us on very different paths as we grew up, and I hadn’t seen her in years. Rest in Eternal Peace, dear cousin, we will meet again..

  4. Dear Aunt Frannie, I’m so sorry for your loss..God’s Peace be with you. I’m thinking of you during this difficult time..🙂🌈💜

  5. Fran, Know that my heart is with you during your dark hours. You raised a beautiful woman who gave life her all and you are blessed knowing she is good with the Lord! May God grant you peace.

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