2013-10-24 / Obituaries

Christine Marie Spinney

Christine Marie Spinney, age 22, of Poughkeepsie, NY, formerly of Patterson, NY died Wednesday, October 16, 2013, at home.

Christine was born May 30, 1991, in Carmel, to Stacie (Ricciardi) Spinney of Patterson, and Richard Emerson Spinney, Jr. She attended Carmel High School.

Christine was a dietary aide at Putnam Ridge Nursing Home in Brewster. She attended the Patterson Community Church and was a member of the youth group; she attended work camp and missions with the youth group. She was an avid Candy Crusher.

Christine was a loving spirit, daughter, granddaughter, sister, mother, niece and friend. She filled a room with smiles and loved her son Brandon unconditionally. She will be missed by all who knew her and will be remembered with love.

Besides her mother Stacie and son Brandon, Christine is survived by her sister Kalah Spinney and her brother Tyler Spinney; her maternal grandparents Stephen and Rita ‘Gay’ (Scaperotti) Ricciardi and her paternal grandparents Francis and Irene Spinney; her great grandmother Freida Ricciardi; aunts and uncles Jessica and John Durso, Amanda and Dwyght Simpson, Stephen Ricciardi, Francis Herrington and Joan Gatto; great aunts and uncles Julie and Gary Stephenson, Sandra and Jeff Purdy, David and Michelle Scaperotti, John Scaperotti, and Victor and Regina Scaperotti; cousins Corri and Andrea Stephenson, Justin and Jared Durso, Elysha and Davian Simpson, and many other family and loved ones. She was pre-deceased by a great uncle Ralph Scaperotti and her grandfather Richard E. Spinney Sr.

A funeral service was held on October 20 at the Patterson Community Church, with a private cremation following. www.dwyerfuneralhome.com.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Christine’s memory may be made to the Patterson Community Church, P.O. Box 298, Patterson, NY 12563

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