Christine Falcone Douglass
Age 59, of Norristown passed away on July 9, 2020 from cardiac arrest.
She was born to Margaret (Peggy McLaughlin) and Rick Falcone. Married to Daniel Douglass in 1991.
Chrissy is survived by her children Christopher (CJ) and Daniele as well as her siblings Daniel, Benjamin, Amy, Jill and Donna; Ruth (Harper) Falcone, Step Mother and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She is preceded in death by her Mother.
Christine was a student of the Norristown Area School District through 8th grade, played CYO Basketball for Holy Saviour, and graduated from Bishop Kenrick where she was a member of the Drill Team. Chrissy attended Shippensburg University.
Christine’s office life started as an office assistant at Dr McGargel office in Norristown. After college she was the Accounts Receivable Manager at Wells Fargo Alarm Services’ Corporate Head Quarters in King of Prussia. Upon becoming a Mother, Chrissy worked as a part-time bookkeeper, at several diners and restaurants as a food server, where she met many new and old friends. Being a Stay at Home Mother and working part time is challenging to say the least, as most working parents have recently found out. Chrissy always felt so lucky to be able to volunteer at her children’s school, spend time with family and her nieces and nephews.
Chrissy was a smart, funny, laid back and independent woman. She loved doing crossword puzzles, card games, board games, especially backgammon, her Soaps and having a good time with family and friends. She loved music! The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Bruce Springsteen, Peter Frampton, Queen and The Doors to name just a few. She attended Live Aid and countless other concerts! Chrissy loved a good conversation and would give you straight forward advice.
Being the oldest of 6 kids was no easy task. She influenced everyone significantly in a different way. She is missed so much already!!!
Thank you all for your prayers and condolences.
A private memorial service will be held in the near future.
In lieu of flowers or donations, hug your loved ones, tell them you love them, apologize for hurting someone, agree to disagree and move on, forgive those who have hurt you, do your best and God will do the rest, and make good choices.
Some of Chrissy’s favorite things:
Barbecue Potato Chips...the more BBQ the better, Salt, Via Veneto Sicilian, T-Top Camaro, laying out in the sun using baby oil and iodine mix, The Bump Shop, The LOT, The Big Park
Some of Chrissy’s sayings:
Girl, I just can't; Time Heals all Wounds; Get a grip; You need to chill; Love you Baby 2020 SUCKS