Christine's memory will be in our hearts forever.
  • Born in Los Angeles, California, United States.
  • Passed away in San Bernardino, California, United States.

In Loving Memory of Christina "Christine" Renee Brown. This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Christine Brown.  She lived 48 years in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties of California and entered eternal life on June 3, 2015. 

She was very artistic and loved to paint pictures and decorate her home. She also loved all animals, especially her many cats. She had a natural artistic ability and left many beautiful paintings, some of them painted over her earlier attempts at artistic perfection on a canvas without a single bit of training. 

Christine was unique, stood for what she believed in, and had a mind of her own. She was also caring and loving especially to homeless people because she had been homeless herself. However, she said those were the best years of her life when she lived in Hollywood and at one point worked in a gun shop. During her life in Hollywood, she chose to live homeless on the sidewalks and that is where she met Tim Gould, the love of her life. He would spoon her body to keep her warm and protect her from the elements on the sidewalk. When her illness became critical, Christine finally accepted her family's assistance to get her closer to home and her own safe and independent life. Tim was the one person that she was most concerned about leaving when it was her time to enter eternal life. She is finally at peace and will remain in our hearts forever.

Poem written by Christine's grandmother: Grandma V. Brown

As we say farewell                                                                                                                     To our wonderful gal                                                                                                                       We remember our beloved                                                                                                    Daughter, sister, and pal

A talent for painting                                                                                                                    Of flowers and trees                                                                                                                 With only herself                                                                                                                         To finish and please 

Christine loved her cat                                                                                                                  #6 is my guess                                                                                                                             Tim took over                                                                                                                             To clean up their mess

In order to live                                                                                                                          She fought like a tiger                                                                                                              She finally lost                                                                                                                          But oh what a fighter                                                                                                                 

St. Peter has opened the gate                                                                                              Waiting for Christine to pass                                                                                                  Christine cried out, "Wait,                                                                                                             Till I kiss my cats

One of Christine's favorite quotes is by Oscar Wilde that she saved in protective plastic:          "I sometimes think that god, in creating man, somewhat overestimated his ability." 

Christine's Movie Recommendations:

The Matrix                                                                                                                                  The Strangers                                                                                                                      Clockwork Orange                                                                                                              Platoon                                                                                                                                    Blue Velvet

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