Christina Ruth Cronquist Kelleher

March 31, 1951 - March 30, 2019

In Loving Memory

Dear Bill, I was saddened to see notice of Chris' passing. My deep condolences on your profound loss to ypu and your family. May you find peace and comfort at this difficult time, and beyond. God bless, Wendy Strong Deverall
Wendy Strong Deverall
west jordan, UT
Bill and family, Lucy and I were so saddened to learn of Chris’ passing. Please accept our condolences and know how much you and the boys will miss her. Hopefully your memories of her sweet spirit and strong will can give you comfort and peace. We hope to see you soon. God bless the Kelleher family.
Bart Collard
salt lake city, UT
Bill and Chris, our lives are so much better for having known you. You both have been such good examples of selflessness, charity, strength in adversity, cheerfulness in pain and discomfort, and how to uplift those around you. Chris I can see you now running around, even dancing, and playing with your beloved pets. Condolences to those Chris leaves behind, but with such sweet memories. Love, Jeff and Ann Wiest
Jeff Wiest
salt lake city, UT
Bill, I am so sorry for your loss words are never enough. It is a beautiful tribute not only to your wife but your love for her and the love of your boys.
Lynda Hill Parrish
woods cross, UT
Bill, What a wonderful tribute to Chris! Neill and I loved watching the video and remembering both of you. Thank you, Bill, for your tireless service to Chris and great attitude about life and faith! Neill and I are in Portugal serving a mission. We wish we could be there to honor Chris! We will miss her! Love, David and Neill
David and Neill Marriott
Dear Bill: I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife Christina. When we last spoke, your deep love and admiration for her was very apparent. Sending you love and light. Shelley (Hilpert) Ebersole
Shelley (Hilpert) Ebersole
salt lake city, UT
Dearest Kelleher Family, My deepest sympathy on the passing of Christine, I am glad that she had such a wonderful life and loving family. I only knew Christine by taking care of her mother at St. Mark’s Hospital. Christine was always there at her mother’s bedside. She expressed how she always wanted to be a nurse, but I feel she did a great job raising her sons, managing a business and having a loving husband. She will be greatly missed, but rest assured she will be watch over her family from above.
Christine Akita Sulser
salt lake city, UT
Bill, I am so saddened to read of your loss. Losing a wife, lover, partner seems about the cruelest thing that can happen to a man, but sometimes it is for the best if your loved one has lead a life of pain and suffering. I just went through this 3 weeks ago and knowing that my wife no longer suffers, somehow makes this whole crazy thing a little bit better. You never know how much you love someone until they are gone. Hang on to your friends and family, they will help you get through this. Michael Hill (Genesee Ave.)
Michael Hill
heber city, UT
I have watched Chris grow up since she was a little girl. Ruth worked for my dad for years. At one point when Chris was young teen Shre lived with me for a short time. I lost touch when I moved to Denver, but I think of her often and she will always had a special place in my heart. I am so happy to hear that she was well loved by so many. My heart goes out to her family. Thank you for all the Love and care you surrounded her with.
Patty shapiro
denver, CO
I did not know Chris well (she had been a neighbor of my sister), but she was a sweet & caring person. I was so sorry to hear of her passing & send my deepest condolences to her family.
Robin Cantrell
morro bay, CA
I knew from the first time we spoke that I was speaking to a noble spirit. She definitely had a way of making you feel special when she spoke to you. My heart felt prayers to Ryan and his family. Sincerely, ~Andrea
Andrea Cuellar
elk river, MN
I am crying so hard. What a sweet obituary. You describe her personality/spirit exactly. Those of us who knew Chris well, know that she had no enemies and quickly became friends with anyone she met. I have missed her for years as her health made it difficult for her to socialize; but I now feel an emptiness beyond words. I love you all!
Chris L Kamlowsky
salt lake city, UT