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Edward F. Carter Funeral Home

41 Grand Street, Croton-On-Hudson, NY

OBITUARY

Christina Martz

July 23, 1960January 17, 2020

In lieu of flowers please make a donation in Christina's name to a charity of your choice.

Services

  • Memorial Visitation Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Memories

Christina Martz

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Ed Hagan

January 25, 2020

My deepest sympathy is with all of Christina's family on her passing. I have not seen her in many years, but that has not diminished my memory of her vibrant spirit and caring heart. She made the world a better place for the many lives she touched and there is no better legacy to leave than that. God rest her beautiful soul.

Maritza Barnes

January 21, 2020

I hated Art but Ms Martz somehow found talent where I thought was none. She was a loving kind and patient teacher. The children adored her I will miss her lovely smile and her sunny disposition To her family you have my deepest sympathies and condolences Praying that The Lord gives you the strength to go through this heartbreaking time We were better for having known her A thousand hugs

Lisa Cruz

January 21, 2020

When I first met you when I was a parent in P.S.106 and then started as a school Aide we became friends. I was honor that you picked me and my husband to do your daughter and son in law The wedding celebration with your family and friend and you loved the Photo album . I will miss you dearly Chris R.I.P. our Angel 😭💔🙏🙏

Frances Gonzales

January 21, 2020

Dear Chris,
You taught me to be a better teacher by modeling kindness, patience, and creativity. You strove for excellence in every single thing you did. You always told the truth even if it was really hard to hear. You found uniqueness in every person. You truly believed that everyone had a unique gift to share and encouraged us to be our best selves. You loved bringing people together and knew that diversity made life sweeter. You loved to laugh and have fun and lit up a room when you entered.
You were a problem solver and believed that every problem had a solution.
You knew that the love of family and friends is the most important thing in life and made sure we all knew how much you loved us.
Your loyalty and friendship is a gift I will treasure forever.
I love you my friend💖

Angel Deckert McLaughlin

January 20, 2020

I haven’t seen Christina in so many years and reconnected on Facebook. We grew up in Edgewater Park together so many years ago. My deepest condolences to Christina’s family and the Martz family. I know the world was a better place because of Christina. I hadn’t seen her in years but I miss her already. Rest in eternal peace dear friend.

Doris Moljo

January 20, 2020

Artsy Marty,
You are truly a blessing from God.
You have made such a positive and loving impact on us all.
You were kind, patient, honest, funny, considerate, and loving.
You were the best at teaching, giving advice, being positive, and making others feel special and validated.
Your wisdom, in helping others solve their problems, was impeccable.
You have and will continue to make an incredibly positive impact on all who knew you and those that will hear about you.
I am blessed to have known you. My children are blessed to have been taught by you.
Sleep peacefully my dear friend.
💜Doris and Family🙏

Lauren Font Weiss

January 19, 2020

You are me and I am you...I love you mom... I always felt so good when she said that to me because it’s true her soul runs through my veins- but also makes my heart ache- I hope I can learn to harness energy the she always did...and hear it toward loving giving and creating. It goes without saying my mother had a peace of heaven living inside her. She had a way of accepting challenges , and creating an experience to learn from- for everyone around her. She was always learning and always teaching... whether she new or not. A piece of her is in everyone she loved.
Her compassion and dedication to her family and friends as individuals was one of her super powers....to connect...she was brilliant. sensitive, kind, creative, passionate, sincere, curious. Nothing in the world could have prepared me to lose her- but knowing a piece of her is in everyone she loved. It’s hard to find words to explain this experience so this my best.
Mom is my infinity. And always will be

Marsha and Michael Bloomfield

January 18, 2020

When our son David fell in love with Lauren and both of our families met, we were instantly one big happy family, and that was because of Christina’s welcoming open heart and loving kindness. We shared wonderful family times together, and sharing the birth of our grandchildren was the icing on the cake! We will miss Christina more than words can say. She was a true fast friend, and we loved her. To the Font/Martz family, our deepest condolences.

Yvonne Davis

January 18, 2020

Martzy-Artzy,
Your Smile was always a pleasure to see. You had a Happy Go Lucky Character, a Heart full of Goodness and always showed an enormous amount of Kindness. Thank you for letting me use your Art Classroom for Girl Scouts. I still have the oversized Pencil you gave me when you were gathering your items in preparation for your Retirement. I know that Heaven is receiving an Angel that will add plenty of Colors. Sleep in ☮️
🦋🎨🖌️✏️✂️🖍️🌈💔

Marylou Mooney

January 18, 2020

I first met Christina in watercolor class at the UFT teachers center. My first thought was, "She is way too young to be here!" My next thought was, "She's a great artist. I'm jealous!"Christina was a phenomenal artist and a very sweet person. I was delighted when she took the acrylic painting class I taught. I am so glad I got to know her even though it was for a short time. I am also glad I have become friends with her mom. I will miss Christina and I will always remember her. Love and prayers for her amazing family. Marylou Mooney