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Grand Prairie Funeral Home

733 Dalworth Street, Grand Prairie, TX

OBITUARY

Christine Anne Senerote

May 31, 1950June 26, 2020

Christine Anne Senerote, 70, lost her courageous battle with cancer on June 26, 2020. She passed at home surrounded by her loving husband, Len, and her brother Jeff. Chris was the daughter of the late Alfred R. and Ruth (Weyhgandt) Ackerman.

She is survived by her husband, Leonard, her brothers, Jeffrey and his wife Peggy of Boston; and Johnathan and his life partner Scott Housen of New Hampshire. Chris was deeply loved by her niece Kristin (Ackerman) Locuson and her husband Chuck and especially by her great-niece, Ada Belle. She is also survived by her sister-in-law Jerry Senerote and her life partner of South Carolina.

Chris held a Master’s Degree and her practice spanned decades accumulating at Methodist Hospital of Dallas, where she was a Nutrition Specialist for the Liver Transplant Team.

Chris was a Texas Master Gardener and loved all things beautiful. Everyone she touched felt her light and love. She was an avid Pickleball Ball player. She shared this passion with her partner, Darwin Day. Together, they won many tournaments across Texas and neighboring states. She brought this passion to others at the Summit, her senior activity center here in Grand Prairie. She will be missed dearly everyday.

Arrangements are being made through Grand Prairie Funeral Home. Please visit their website to leave thoughts and condolences to his family.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.grandprairiefh.com for the Senerote family.

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Ann Fielder

July 8, 2020

Len,

It’s been a very long time since you took us “SAUSA’s’ from the State Securities Board under your tutelage at the US ATTY’S Office. I remember you talking about Chris with such fondness. I’m sorry for your loss. I’ve enjoyed looking at her beautiful photos in happy times. She was clearly a beloved partner and friend to many.

Ann Coleman Fielder

Larry Jarrett

July 8, 2020

Len, so sorry for your lost. Chris was a very special lady, and I sure that she will be missed by all. Be strong my friend-

Larry Jarrett

Valerie Carrington

July 3, 2020

I had the great pleasure of meeting Chris at the Grand Prairie Tourist Center when I worked for the city. She was always a great visionary and was very sweet and loving. We loved exchanging stories. One of my favorite memories was her showing off the curly hair she had gotten. She was a beautiful lady, inside and out. I know she continues to spread her love and smiles from above.

Chuck Locuson

July 1, 2020

I am very lucky to have met such a classy, fun, sweet soul as Aunt Chris. Chris was someone you could just talk with for hours about anything and I loved hearing about her adventures in gardening, pickle ball, home renovation, and cats. And I always looked forward to receiving her happy birthday wishes - what a thoughtful person. Wish we could have more visits with Chris, but at least we could video chat with her over the last couple years and have a virtual tea time with Ada.

My sincerest condolences to Len.

Wayne and Elaine Meyers

June 29, 2020

Len,
Our sincere condolences. Prayers for you during this time.

Jerry Wilder

June 28, 2020

Chris was a beautiful soul and I am honored to have met and become friends with her. She was funny...I still laugh aloud when I remember the story she recounted about her dog climbing up with paws in her lap and telling her(in dog speak) that those fur babies (cats) were taking up his valuable dog time! Of course, she did the imitation perfectly!

I will miss having you in this world, Chris...Rest in peace my friend.

Love,
Jerry Wilder

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