Christine Harm

1957 - 2021

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Christine's Funeral Service

Date & Time of Service

Monday 22nd February, 14:00PM

Location

Blacon Crematorium

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Thank you for your friendship over the last 20 years and the weekends and holidays that we have shared X
Will miss you
Love Chris and John

Chris and John Hannah

Mum and I met Christine on a Girlguiding walking holiday in Switzerland in Oct 2017 with Chris and had a wonderful week together enjoying the stunning scenery, I’ve since met up with her at BigGig 2019 in Sheffield when we both took our girls to the show.
A lovely lady whose company I enjoyed and I know she will be greatly missed by Girlguiding as well as family and friends, Our thoughts are with you all at this sad time,
Nicky x

Nicky Patterson and Marjorie Stalker

I have known Christine since the days of TH Collison in Slough. Thanks to her I met my wife Pat and Christine was our bridesmaid. Great memories. Taken way too soon from John and Robert and the rest of us. My thoughts are with your family and I will be thinking of Christine on the 22nd. x

Alan Clayton

You are greatly missed by not just the Optical and Guiding Worlds but Society in general . Thank you for allowing me to be a friend of yours, it was a great honour! Brian Collison x

Brian Collison

Visits to Sue will not be the same, no more shared wine, catching up & laughter.
RIP Christine
Thinking of you all,
Love, Caroline & Simon xxx

Caroline & Simon Carter

Some people come into our lives and leave footprints on our hearts. Christine you were such a person. We are so glad that you were part of our lives for over 30 years and that we have many happy memories of fun times together – not least of our California adventure in your 60th year. You left before the story was finished; sleep tight til we meet again xx

Dave & Lesley Barrett

Tony and I are so sorry for your loss.
Jo x

Jo Macklin

Christine was kind and caring. She was sensible but always had an encouraging smile; beautiful on the inside and on the outside.
I consider it a privilege to have known her.
Rest in Peace Christine x

Gillian Smith

It was a privilege to get to know you Christine, In the short timè we new each other we had a journey together which I’ll always remember, due to our brief encouter in Morrisons at xmas which really meant so much. You were a lady who never stopped making a difference. So lets hope you can have this time to rest in peace. x

Kristian Clarke

Will be missed. In guiding and as a friend.

God bless her. Thoughts are with the family

Linda Forshaw

Thinking of you all at this incredibly sad time. I shall miss Christine’s humour during the cold nights in Prenton whilst helping with the Scout and Guide charity post xx

Gail Brennan

Thank you Christine for doing so much for Girl Guiding Wirral thinking of you and your loved ones Gail

Gail Roberts

A life well lived and taken far too soon.
Christine and I met through a chance meeting with my mum at a Guiding event. She came home and said she had met a lovely young lady, very confident and self assured, was sure we get on very well and even better she was going to Bradford doing the same course as me. I remember her saying she will go a long way that girl and how right she was. We met up before hand and that was the start of a long frienship.
Christine always had time for everyone, no matter what she had going on herself. She will be missed by so many people in all walks of life. I feel vey privileged to have had Christine’s friendship
My heartfelt sympathy to John,Robert and all her family.

Fiona Thomas

I first met Christine at a County Weekend at Waddow not long after she moved to Neston. Spent many an evening with her at various events including Centenary Camp at Harewood House in 2010 and Adventures in Copenhagen. She was also our Optician and that’s where Isabel first met her. Grateful to Christine and Chris for ‘adopting’ Isabel and her friends so that they could attend Wellies and Wristbands as Rangers and for all her advice and support over the years.
Christine – you will be sorely missed. My love to John and Robert on this sad day.
Till we meet again at the Trefoil Guild in the sky.
Deb and Isabel xx

Debra & Isabel Millican

Thinking of you all.

Kate Smith

So sorry to hear the sad news about Christine.
I know her as a I am a Rainbow leader and saw her often at the Girlguiding shop. She was always welcoming and friendly and dedicated a lot of her time to running the shop which was much appreciated by us all.
Sending condolences to you all
Cath 1st Upton Rainbows

Catherine Naylor

Thank you Christine for the happy memories you gave both Liz and l – many years ago but never forgotten

Scott James

Thank you so much for all you have done for Jessica and all the young ladies who have ‘Guided’ with you. Thanks also for your neighbourly care with mum.
Love Alison and Jean.

Alison Newport

Thank you for you always being you, being so supportive and making such a difference in so many young ladies lives including myself. You will be sadly missed as a friend and an inspirational member of Girl Guiding UK.

Leah Barnes-Smith, Laura Boote & Family

A fabulous hard working lady, dedicated Guide leader and friend.

Marion Forshaw

A lovely lady who always had a smile and a friendly word. She will be sadly missed.

Doreen Stanley

I met Christine at Bradford College, as a 16 year old the majority of my class were much older than myself and it felt a little daunting to be part of it. However, with the help of a select few namely Christine and Fiona I was made part of the group and enjoyed my time there. I was saddened when I learnt of Christine’s passing and would like to send my hearts felt condolences to her family and friends.

Janice Hoggarth (ne. Buchanan)

All the Hull family send their thoughts and prayers to all Christine’s family. We have watched your lovely celebration of Christine’s remarkable life, which brought back many happy memories of the times we spent together. She was much loved and will be very much missed by many people.
Derek, Andrew, Sian, Karen, Beverley and Alison Hull xx

Sian Hull

Such a lovely person who inspired me to go to Wellies and Wristbands one year and been going ever since. A true Guiding Sister.

diane graham

Christine was like the flower that lit up the room and other people’s lives. We are privileged to have known her. She will be sadly missed so very much.
Today we learned the meaning of her name and how she had grown into it.
Now sadly like the flowers, her strength has left her; her strength has not gone but remains within your memories, where she will always be with you.

Your friends Janet and Pete Walters,
here to help and listen as best we can xx

Janet and Pete Walters

Such a sad time, taken far to soon. Sending lots of love to the family at this difficult time. Its a true privilege to have known you!

Lots of love

Aimée x

Aimée Adams

RIP Christine we met through Guiding our units have shared coaches to Big Gig and Wellies on numerous occasions we will miss you xx

Karen Hodgson

Such sad news, Girlguiding has lost a treasure. Rest easy now. Deanna Saint & Family

Deanna Saint

Catherine Hilditch

Christine was a woman who made an amazing difference. She was helpful, she was kind and she was a ‘do-er’. She was a great support to me whilst I was Girlguiding Wirral County Commissioner as only someone who had previously been in a County Commissioners role could be. I enjoyed her company and directness. I miss her already. What a loss to your family and to us all. She will be remembered, but particularly on World Thinking Day each year. Thinking of John, Rob and all the family at this sad time, but remembering the light she brought into a room and particularly the Girlguiding world. Linda

Linda Smallthwaite BEM

Thank you Christine for your support and friendship you have given to us all. Thinking of you, John, Rob and Jen with love

The Washington Family

A lovely lady who will be sadly missed by all her friends in Girlguiding Wirral. My lasting memory will always be Christine in her pink cowboy hat at WAVE!

Sue Dutton

Chris will be sadly missed in Girlguiding Wirral, for all her hard work with both Leaders & girls. Such a loss.

My thoughts are with her family at this sad time.

RIP Chris

Sue May

Sue May

Taken far too soon. You will be so very missed x

Sarah Paterson

I’m so sorry for your loss. Christine was a great lady who helped me become the woman I am today. I have so many memories from guides, her training me to being her young leader, then on to training me to become a leader along side her. She helped with my confidence so much from being quite a shy person to having to take charge when needed. She was always there when I needed someone to talk to especially when my mum was going though all her cancer removal and treatment. I don’t thinking guiding events will be quite the same or the diversion without her. Sending you all my love. Heather xx

Heather Danks

I cannot believe you are gone. It was my privilege to have had your friendship. You found the wonder in the little things. You taught others how to see it too. One of the most inspiring and wonderful people I have ever met.

When I can, I will come to say goodbye where you rest in the Lakes.

Gemma Rowley

Thoughts and prayers to Christine’s family and friends. Always very friendly, supportive and great company at guiding events, offering support and guidance within girl guiding, she will be greatly missed by girl guiding, family and friend xx

Caroline Anyon

I cannot believe you are gone. Your spirit shone through yesterday.
I will come and visit you where you rest in the Lake District soon.
Safely rest Christine X

Gemma Rowley

Thinking of Christine’s family and Friends, Christine was always smiling and great company at guiding events and will be sadly missed by girl guiding, family and friends, lovely service hearing about her guiding journey xx

Caroline Anyon

Sleep well & safely.

Rosie Diver

Christine was one of those people put on this earth to show us how life should be done, and I feel privileged to have known her. She was a dear friend and outstanding professional colleague, who was the bedrock behind so many General Optical Council visits. There was nothing she did not know about her profession, she cared deeply about her colleagues and students everywhere, and, of course, her patients. God bless you Christine and give comfort to all your family and loved ones.

Sally Powell

Christine was a true friend always willing to listen and give advice. Although I only knew her for a relatively short time I am thankful for the time I had. Rest in peace

Jean Paterson-Barclay

You were taken far too soon with so much of your life to look forward to. Rest in Peace Christine. Our thoughts are with John, Robert and the rest of your family xx

Sue & Norman Jones & family

So many lovely memories

Denis & Margaret Woodhams

Thinking of you all at this incredibly sad time. It was such a beautiful service and a lovely celebration of Christine’s life and Todd Crag is such a beautiful resting place.
Christine was thoughtful, kind and generous with her time and was always someone I could rely on for her contributions, leadership and dedication in Hinderton Division. We had some fun Guide camps and holidays abroad over the years at Hadlow and Waddow, Amsterdam and Copenhagen which I will remember with fondness.
Christine will be so very sadly missed. Thinking of you all xx

Carol Williams

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