Christina Louise Warriner

christina warriner

October 11, 1975 ~ April 23, 2019

Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Christina 'Chrissy' L. Warriner was born October 11, 1975, in Phoenix, Ariz. and gained her wings on April 23, 2019, in Pueblo, Colo. At just 43 years old she passed while peacefully sleeping, suddenly and unexpectedly. Survived by her three young boys, Justin, Hayden, and Jacob Warriner; as well as her fiancé, Scott Smith and his two daughters, Annie and Skylar Smith; sister, Paula Leigh Stapley and her parents, Valerie and Paul Stapley, Rick and Barb Fulton. Christina moved and traveled throughout her life, from Arizona to Utah, Oregon, and finally settling in Colorado. She had a zest for life and brought all of us along with her for an unforgettable experience - filled with joy, laughter, love, and light. Her absence will be deeply felt by all who were blessed to be in her presence. Whether you were a friend in North Carolina, an employee at Three Rivers, co-worker at Wells Fargo, neighbor in Bailey, customer at Naturally Women, family or stranger; not one person could ever deny being touched by her kind and generous heart. Her boys were her world and she stopped at nothing to see them smile and be successful in their lives. When you think of Christina, picture the small island of Kauai in Hawaii; serene paradise, peaceful energy, and the bluest water you've ever seen. She fell in love with Kauai life, just as we each fell in love with her. We will honor this beautiful soul with a viewing at 1 p.m. Friday, May 3, 2019, followed by a memorial service at 2 p.m. in the Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel. This service will also be streaming live, for those who cannot attend in person at: In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Autism Speaks at:; click on the donate button and select the 'make an honor/memorial gift' link. Online condolences,

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  1. Just want to thank you for everything you did for me. You’re the reason I got to see my father the last time. I will watch the boys and guide them the best I can.

  2. Christina – You left us WAY too soon but you gifted all who knew you with a legacy of love and kindness, caring and determination. I respected you so much for striving to have a successful life for you and your sons and loved you for always treating your friends like family.

    You are greatly missed – may you rest in peace.
    With Love,

  3. “Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted.” I pray that God will comfort and bless you all and give you the strength to get through this very difficult time.

    My thoughts and prayers will be with you.

    In Faith & Sympathy,

  4. Oh Rick and Barb. My heart is breaking for you. May God help you through this most difficult journey.

  5. It’s hard to let go of someone so beautiful! Deepest condolences to my family, her family, and so many who treasured her!!!

  6. My deepest sympathy to Chrissy, her boys & family. She was a wonderful person & led a full life. The world was a better place with her in it! GBY Chrissy & RIP.

  7. I loved this beautiful girl. She was such a rare treasure, one of the most honest, accepting, compassionate, non judge mental, generous and free spirited people I have ever known. She was an amazing friend, always there to listen and support others. She inspired me with her passion for life and her ability to bring joy to others.
    A few years ago, after I lost both my parents. Christina reached out to me and shared a few of her fondest memories of my mom and dad. Sharing that remembrance with her and just knowing that she was there for me helped me process the terrible grief of losing them both. I will always be grateful that I had the opportunity to really know her and that I was able to call her my friend. I will miss her always.

    I am deeply sorry to her family for their loss. You are all in my heart and prayers.

  8. Chistina you will be missed. My prayers for the family and friends who knew this beautiful human.

  9. Christina and I were close while working at Wells Fargo. She gave me my first massage and I watched her blossom with her first pregnancy! She was the brightest, most passionate, considerate, fun going and strong women I knew! She has left us all too early, but I know she is at peace. My thoughts and prayers go out to her loved ones, especially her boys.

  10. Christina saved me physically 2 times. She is the best and most wonderful lady and friend ever. I will truly miss her. Theirs a hole in my Heart. Teri Hervey

  11. Sympathy for the loss of one so loved and precious to each of you. I’m sorry cannot reflect the sadness at your loss.

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