Christina Lynn De George
A memorial service will be held for Christina Lynn DeGeorge at noon Saturday, April 20. Services will celebrated by HSRM Fred Weatherly at the Church on the Mountain/Crowley Lake Community Center. Christina was 43 years old. She passed away Friday, March 8 at Renown Medical Center.
Chris was born in Fresno on Feb. 3, 1970. Her family traveled a lot. She grew up completing her schooling on her own. She had a love for animals working at an animal clinic and living in Pasadena. Her interest in the medical field continued and she became a certified medical assistant working at Cedars Sinai for nearly 10 years before coming to the Eastern Sierra to continue her life.
In our area, she worked at Mammoth Hospital and at the Mono County Health Department in a variety of positions including management in emergency services. She also enjoyed similar work for the Alpine County Health Department. Her work included developing the AM Alert radio system in use in the area and continued efforts to enhance emergency awareness and unified preparedness for the benefit of all local residents and visitors.
In 2006 she went to work for Pre Paid Legal Services (Now Legal Shield) as an associate and director. She enjoyed working with computers and also developed a number of websites. In her spare time, she participated in volunteer activities including working with the Mono County Sheriff SAR team, the dive team and was a commissioner for the Long Valley Fire Department.
She leaves to cherish her memory, her husband of seven years, Peter De George and her immediate and extended families and friends in emergency services across the country.
Family, friends and well-wishers are encouraged to go to www.forevermissed.com/christina-lynn-degeorge  and Remembering Christina De George on Facebook.
In lieu of flowers, on behalf of Christina’s memory, please send contributions to the LVFPDVA, the Long Valley Fire Protection District Volunteer Association, 3605 Crowley Lake Drive, Crowley Lake, CA 93546.
Arrangements are by the Brune Mortuary in Bishop.