October 10, 1987 – March 31, 2018
Christina Costarella was born on October 10, 1987 and passed away on March 31, 2018
- Celebration of Life Sunday, April 15, 2018
- Inurnment and Butterfly Release to Follow Services
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April 11, 2018
Christina was always such a sweetheart to everyone. I will remember her as being the kind close friend that she was to me growing up just down the street from eachother in Shady Hills. I will never forget the memories of riding four wheelers and all with her. One memory that sticks out the most and a few others I know would remember is the epic I believe birthday party at her house. We all spent the day being teenagers, having fun swimming in her pool and socializing. Pictures were taken a lot that day and I am glad because at least I can look at the photos and reminisce on a great memory we shared. I’ll include one pic that I actually recently saved that she had on her Facebook page. I just wished we stayed in touch more during our adult lives, but everyone knows how that goes after starting families of your own and moving apart. Rest In Peace Christina. You will forever be missed.
April 4, 2018
Christina and I have had many memories over the 15/16 years. My fondest memory was at my wedding as she stood next to me as my best friend and maid of honor. Christina came over at 3am the day of my wedding just to be by myside and do my hair, gossip, talk, laugh, cry and remembering so much of what we did before I settled down with my husband. Ironically, Christina was the one who got my husband and I together and she doesn't even realize how much she had to do with giving me the love and the home I desired to always have. Chris loved her family especially her two young boys and fiancée. I still can't understand why and I doubt I ever will but I do know that Christina will always have a place in my heart and no one could ever replace her. She was one of a kind, amazingly beautiful and smart. My love goes out to you all and Christina, I will look to you for my guidance and talk to when it gets rough like we always did.