Kingwood Funeral Home

22800 Highway 59 North, Kingwood, TX


Christine Mayhew

May 22, 1952June 18, 2020

On June 18th, 2020, Christine Mayhew peacefully passed away at her home in Kingwood, Texas after a two-year battle with Ovarian Cancer.

It would be wrong to say that Christine lost her battle with cancer because she never stopped fighting. No matter how sick she was, she had a smile, a big hug and her amazing laugh ready for anyone she met. Christine was one of those rare folks that could literally light up a room. She could walk into a room of a hundred strangers and by the end of the night have a hundred new friends. She was gracious and kind to everyone. You couldn’t tell if she was talking to the CEO or the custodian, which was one of her many gifts.

Christine will be forever remembered by her husband David, their two sons Scott and Jeffrey, their spouses Paige and Nicole, grandchildren Cole, Piper and McCoy, sisters Becky, Gwen, and Tassy, and younger brother Buck.

A celebration of Christine’s life will be held in Kingwood, TX at a later date.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Susan Silvey

July 3, 2020

I have known Christine ever since she was 18 years old. We were in the same rush class for Pi Beta Phi and we became best friends immediately. In those days everyone called me “Ogie” and Chris never stopped calling me that. We lived together our Sophomore , Junior , and Senior years at Ball State and had way too much fun. Ordering pizzas and Dr. Pepper from Pizza King, going to New York and seeing the Rockettes, coming to surprise me for my birthday at my home and bringing a Baskin Robbins ice cream cake, going to Teibel’s Restaurant with my parents, bringing Scott and Jeffrey to Indy to meet my girls, and visiting be almost every year when she came to see her parents in Indy. Those times I will always cherish and will remember her for her contagious smile and for always being there. She will be remembered with love and joy.
Susan Silvey

Dawn and Terry Meador

June 29, 2020

Our prayers are with the family at this very difficult time. We have great memories of our boys playing football together at Rice! Even more wonderful are their lifetime friendships they formed and the families we became friends with! We will treasure these memories of the games, the weddings and sharing pictures of the grands as Christine will continue to live in these sweet memories and her grands!

Michael Coleman

June 25, 2020

Darlene and I recall our time spent with Christine fondly. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time of sadness

She was and remains a great lady

Greg Wilson

June 24, 2020

Thank you so much for welcoming us into your home years ago. It's not easy to feed a collegiate offensive line!!! You insisted we call you "Mom" instead of Mrs. Mayhew and you treated us like Jeff and Scott. The memories from those steak dinners will stay with me forever. Your smiling face and encouraging words after wins (or losses) became something I would look for amid the sea of family and friends. Rest well Mom. You will be missed.


"Big Greg"
One of your boys....

Terry and Marcia Kett

June 24, 2020

We are heart-broken at the loss of Christine, and can’t imagine the pain Dave and the family are experiencing. She is our loss and God’s gain. We regret that we only had the last couple of years to know Christine and enjoy times together. Within seconds of meeting her, we loved her. She had a very inviting smile and made you feel like the most important person in the world. We will never, never forget her.

George & Beverly Broussard

June 21, 2020

Beverly and I are wishing you and your family peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.

We will always remember how Christine could light up a room with her beautiful smile and engaging personality. She will be missed by many.

Josette Brown

June 20, 2020

Christine was a most gracious lady. She was always ready to lend a helping hand. Prayers go out to the family.

Kindest regards,
Josette Brown