OBITUARY

Christina Marie Fenyes

April 26, 1971July 5, 2018

Christina Suggs Fenyes, our beloved wife, daughter, and mother, passed away on July 5, 2018. She is survived by her loving spouse of 23 years, Sigi Fenyes; daughter, Kaitlin Fenyes; parents, Larry Suggs and Frances Suggs; brother, Stephen Suggs and Jinna Suggs; brother-in-law, Tibor Fenyes and Lisa Fenyes; and five nephews. The family will receive friends on Monday, July 9 from 2-4 and 6-8 PM at Woody Funeral Home - Huguenot Chapel. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.woodyfuneralhomehuguenot.com.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, July 9, 2018
  • Visitation Monday, July 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Christina Marie Fenyes

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Frances Suggs

July 21, 2018

As Christina’s mommy I was always so proud of her openness and love and genuine care for everyone around her. We would share all the little moments of our days. She would have her sparkling eyes flashing as she recounted all the cute stories. Our family always love and share our stories!
Thank you everyone for sharing your beautiful yet her too short journey with my baby. She is watching over each one of you and continues to love you. You may not see her but she’s there!

Millie Watson

July 14, 2018

Dear Frannie and Family,

I was so shocked to learn about your beautiful and precious Christi. Words can never express my heart-felt sympathy but just know you all are in my thoughts and prayers. I will never forget Christi's smile - it could light up a room. She was just like her mom!! Love and miss you so much!!
May God bless and comfort you,
Millie Watson

Deborah Booker

July 13, 2018

My dear Franny,
We have not seen each other for many years, but I will never forget you and the work you did at both Gordon and Evergreen Elementary Schools. I remember the love you had for your family and for the children you worked with. It broke my heart to hear of the loss of your daughter, but if you believe in prayer, then the prayers of all who knew her and who know you will continue to lift you up during this sad time. God bless you and your family.
With the deepest of sympathy,
Deborah Booker

Carolyn Urban

July 10, 2018

Dear Frannie and family,
Our family was so sad to hear of your daughter's passing. It hurts my heart to know that your heart is breaking. Your love for your family is unconditional and unwavering. Our thoughts and prayer are with all of you.
Sending your our love,
Carolyn

Kristi Kilby

July 9, 2018

I worked briefly for Christie at evergreen. I was so lucky to have her as a manager and a friend. She was extremely helpful, kind and considerate and I would like to believe she enjoyed my company as much as I enjoyed hers. I got to know her very well. I am shocked to hear that she has passed - it’s incomprehensible - so youthful and vibrant. It’s impossible to know the right thing to say to bring comfort to someone in a time of such grief. But Kaitlin, your mother loved you so much, when she spoke of you - her eyes lit up. She was so proud of you, you brought joy and unconditional love into her life. What a tragedy for such a young lady to lose a mother. I hope you are able to find peace and remember her as the best mother you could ever dream of and feel blessed for the time she was in your life. She is your guardian angel now. I pray for peace for you, Kristi Kilby

Virginia Walker

July 9, 2018

Dear Frannie,

I am at a loss for words. Please know you and your family have been in my thoughts and prayers these past days. I hope you find strength in each other and your wonderful memories of your most beautiful daughter.
Much love and hugs to you all, for comfort, at this most difficult time and in the days, months, and years to come.

Virginia Walker

Bonita bertovich

July 9, 2018

Frannie, I know your heart hurts but I also know it is full of love . Your son in law and grand babies will need that love more than ever now. I have added you and yours to my prayers. I know your daughter’s life will be treasured memories now. Hugs, take care, love, Bonita

mary elliott

July 9, 2018

So sorry to hear this. My daughter Savannah and I spent many afternoons with Christy and Kaitlyn on the BA Elementary playground. Christy was one of the kindest women I'd met and I enjoyed our time together. We will be thinking of your family and praying for peace.

Mary and Savannah Elliott

Carrie Kinnear

July 9, 2018

I work at the same company as Christie. I never had to actually work with her on her accounts but we would chat from time to time. She loved to hear about my three year old daughter and she loved talking football (soccer) with me. The first day I worked here she came up to me and introduced herself and said, "I know your husband, we are always ribbing each other over soccer", and that was that. I remember she ran after me once to warn me that the bathroom smelled terrible. I was like, you ran down the hallway just to warn me of that? Too funny. She was always talking about her Siggi and her Kaitlin and how much she loved them. I can't stop thinking of them and how they must feel right now.

I don't understand and I probably never will. Rest easy Christie. xx

Gaynor Baker

July 9, 2018

Frannie,
I just wanted to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Your grief cannot be imagined by those of us who are the fortunate parents of dear daughters...please feel a warm hug from me. Life is so very precious and we all must learn to live every moment to the fullest as we never know what the next day will bring. May the happy memories begin to ease the pain of your loss in time...thinking of you....
Fondly, Gay