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Christina Marie (Schannuth) WarrenMarch 17, 1971 ~ October 5, 2017 (age 46)
Christina Marie Schannuth Warren
Our beautiful Christina entered into eternal rest on October 5, 2017 after a long series of struggles with cancer starting in 2006. Her style and grace in life and death has been an example to us all. We rejoice in the knowledge that she’s been made whole and no more will suffer the pain and heartaches of this life. Praise God.
She was born March 17, 1971 with her twin brother, Christian Michael Schannuth to parents Robert Alan Schannuth and Glynda Kathleen (Poe) Schannuth in Independence, Missouri. She was preceded in death by her father. She is survived by her son Max Henry Warren, age 15 (Ben Warren, father), her mother Glynda, Aurora Colorado, and her grandmother, Dolores Mary Poe, Lees Summit, Missouri. She is also survived by her brother Robert “Scott” Schannuth (Sheri) daughters Corynne and Caylee in Hixson, Tennessee, sister Stacey Renee Aldrich (Frank) son Alex (Kelsey), son Brynner, son Keaton, and daughter Sophie in Centennial, Colorado, and twin brother Christian Michael Schannuth (Stephanie) son Colton, daughter Addison, and son Quinn in Parker, Colorado. She is additionally survived by her aunt Bonnie Schannuth in Kansas City, Missouri, uncle Armin Schannuth Jr. (and family) in Independence, Missouri, aunt Debbie Parker (and family) in Blue Springs, Missouri, and uncle Michael Poe in Odessa, Missouri. She also leaves many cousins, co-workers, church family, and friends behind.
Christina attended Franklin Smith Elementary School in Blue Springs, Missouri, and Carl Sandburg Elementary School in Littleton, Colorado. She attended Isaac Newton Junior High School in Littleton, Colorado, and Arapahoe High School in Littleton, Colorado, graduating in 1989. She also attended Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas (where she served as secretary to the Dean’s office) and the University of Northern Colorado at Greeley.
Christina’s most recent employment was with Littleton Public Schools in the administration office (operations and maintenance). She was loved and treasured by all who knew her. Her greatest joy was her son Max who is a blessing to us all, being in the company of those she loved, and trips to our beautiful Colorado high country. On Labor Day, she, Max and her mother spent the day in Estes Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, and on the majesty of Trail Ridge Road. There they stood “on top of the world” and bared witness to God’s creation. She enjoyed reading, music, and movies. She will be remembered with a Celebration of Life on Sunday October 8th, 2:30 pm at Littleton Church of Christ.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Denver Hospice, The University of Colorado Hospital Foundation, or, for support of Max, the Christina Warren Revocable Trust (contact Stacey Aldrich at email@example.com)