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Christine Ann

Serdynski, Christine A.
(nee Johnson) Born to Eternal Life on Thursday, March 30, 2017 at the age of 59 years. Beloved wife of Matthew. Loving mother of Angela Keith. Dear grammy of Zachary and Olivia. Daughter of Diane (Phil) Beltran. Sister of Kathy (Ross) Youngell, Jennifer Johnson, Kathy Docter, Tom Slivicke, and Vicki (Marty) Zoglman. Daughter in law of Gerald and Ellen Serdynski. Sister in law of Raymond (Heidi), Wayne (Kathy), Vincent (Christine) and Brenda (Paul) Stern. Preceded in death by her father Robert and her brothers Jeffrey and Douglas. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

A Memorial Gathering will be held on Saturday April 22, 2017 at ST. LUKE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 18000 W. Greenfield Ave. from 9-11:45AM with the Mass of Christian Burial at 12PM. Private family interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials to the American Cancer Society appreciated. Christine was an employee of Chase bank for over 40 years. A special thank you to the staff at the Cancer Care Center at Froedtert Hospital and the Center for Advanced Care.

New Berlin Chapel

Past Comments

Carolyn Harris

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Kristine Richards

My memories of Chris revolve around her grandchildren. I didn’t know her as long as many, but I knew her as a grandma always. Whether sitting in a folding chair at the Boerner Gardens watching Zach & Olivia dance to the band or sitting in a folding chair in the Robinwood gym watching Zach and Olivia sing carols, her eyes beamed with pride love. Her loss is immeasurable. Her love lives on.

Tami Marek-Loper

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Nicole Burden

Aunt Chris, you had the most beautiful handwriting. I remember being in awe of it since I was little—it definitely matched your heart. You leave behind a legacy of love, generosity, and deep adoration for your family. You will be so missed, by so, so many.

Love, Coley xoxo

Heidi Musha-Serdynski

Once upon a time two Bay View Burrell Street girls met and became friends. They shared many memories and great times from CYO, to a Peppermint Patti Green Bay game.

With luck and fate, we were further bonded as family when we married the “Ski” brothers. Your seat at our family gatherings will be saved, right next to me, as always.

I only hope my fondest memories shine brighter than the sorrow I feel now.

Time moves on——but our hearts never forget.

Love, Heidi

Carolyn Harris

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Sandy and Steve Sandner

That laugh. We will never forget that laugh. There have been many fantastic memories but one of our favorites would have to be from a few years ago. We were all gathered at the state bowling tournament and considerably less than sober when cousin Joe brought out the game, pig mania. The next hours were filled with non-stop laughter and the sound of rolling pigs. Chris’ laugh was contagious enough to grab the attention of fellow patrons and staff, all of whom had large smiles on their faces. Our grief cannot be measured by the loss of this wonderful woman. We miss her. Our thoughts go out to her family.

Sandy and Steve Sandner

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