Christine L. Cook
January 26, 1924 – June 6, 2020
Christine L. Cook, 96, of Manchester, NJ passed away on Saturday June 6, 2020 at Community Medical Center, Toms River, NJ. Christine was born in Harlem, NY on January 26, 1924, to her parents Jeanette E. Johnson and Arthur H. Cook. She grew up and was educated in New York City. Christine was employed by the United States Army Department of Defense and received many commendations and certificates of her accomplishments and or services…….to name a few:
6-15-1964 United States Internal Revenue Service Conversational Spanish 5-21-1971 United States Army Specialist in Finance from Fort Monmouth, NJ 8-2-1972 Dept. of Army Federal Service 10yrs Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn NY 12-12-1972 Dept. of Army Commendation as Military Pay Clerk, Finance & Accounting Officer 1977 New York Housing Authority Leadership Certification 1-22-1987 Dept. of Army Certificate of 25 years of Federal Service
Christine moved to Manchester, NJ almost 40 years ago. Christine was a “treasured member” of Macedonia Baptist Church formerly of Lakewood, NJ and was active with the Cotillion and Lizzie Dunn Ministries. She had also served as the secretary/treasurer of the Greenwood Association. Christine was predeceased by her parents, her son, Arthur James Cook and her Aunt Thelma Hurdle. Christine is survived by her granddaughters, Desiree D. Weeks, Sherrie Weeks and Dawn Weeks and her grandson, Nathaniel Weeks, her cousin Elizabeth Gordon, as well as a host of dear family and close friends.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Christine L. Cook
June 11, 2020
To Betty & Desi
Sister Cook will always be remembered for her loving kindness and
her love of people. May her memories bring comfort to you as you grieve. Blessings, Vivian White & Family
June 10, 2020
Your grandmother may no longer be with us, but memories of her are still captured within our heart. Although it is difficult to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back on memories of her comfort you in your tomorrows.Your grandmother was truly an angel. She always wore a beautiful smile and offered encouraging words. She spread joy and happiness in the lives of everyone she met, especially in Macedonia Baptist Church. Her death fills our hearts with sadness. Please know that we, the Bivins Family, are with you during your grief and sadness. Please accept our heartfelt condolences and prayers. May God continue to strengthen each one of you.