Ms. Christine Elizabeth Tucker
April 5, 1986 – March 4, 2020
Christine Elizabeth Tucker, 33, of Sudbury, Massachusetts passed away Wednesday, March 4, 2020, after a fierce battle with cancer.
She was born on April 5, 1986 in Concord, MA and was raised in Niskayuna, NY. Christine graduated from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania in 2009 with a Masters in English and Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies. She also earned a Bachelors’s degree in English, with a concentration in Creative Writing and a minor in Sociology. She had a number of editorial accomplishments while at Lehigh and notably was very proud of her role as Editorial Assistant for Teen Voices magazine in Boston in 2008. After graduation she joined Wolters Kluwer’s UpToDate medical journal and was most recently Manager of Editorial Projects. Christine moved to Massachusetts at that time, first to Brighton and later settling in Sudbury in 2016 with her husband and son.
Christine was a talented and avid photographer and captured countless wonderful moments for her family and friends to treasure. She took great joy in creating vivid floral arrangements and spending time in her garden. Christine loved to cook and bake and was a voracious reader. In her youth she was a beautiful and dedicated classical and contemporary ballet dancer. She always looked forward to family vacations in the Vermont mountains. As a child and young adult Christine enjoyed travels to Europe with her family and maternal grandmother, Rita Williams. Throughout her life she nurtured deep enduring friendships. Above all else, Christine enjoyed spending time with and devoting herself to her loving family.
Beloved wife of Lawrence Alexander Wind; devoted mother of Casper Tucker Wind; loving daughter of Catherine Williams of New York, David E. Tucker and his wife Denise of Marietta, GA; cherished sister of Emily Tucker and her husband Alastair Davies. Also survived by her paternal grandparents, Emerson W. Tucker and his wife Dorothy of Peabody; parents-in-law, Lawrence S. and Barbara Wind; sister-in-law of Laura Hucklebridge and her husband Gregory, Phillip Wind and his wife Dasha, all of Yardley, PA; many aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, colleagues, and friends.
Visitation and memorial service to honor and celebrate Christine’s life will be communicated at a later date and also updated at: Duckett-Waterman.com. Interment will be held privately by the family at a later date.
In accordance with Christine’s wishes memorial donations may be made in her memory to Camp Erin, an Eluna bereavement camp for grieving children experiencing a significant loss. Please contact Eluna at elunanetwork.org.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Ms. Christine Elizabeth Tucker
March 29, 2020
Our hearts ache for you and your family Catherine. This unimaginable loss has left a hole in our hearts. We will forever remember Christine’s beauty and that infectious laugh. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending love and light.
March 27, 2020
Cathrine I am so sorry. I don't have the words to let you know how much I feel for you and your family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
.your friend , Kenny " the wine guy"
March 11, 2020
To Larry, Casper, Catherine, Emily and David- I offer my deepest sympathy. It's impossible to comprehend your loss.
Christine and I were cousins, and for us that meant Sunday dinners together in Lexington at our grandmother's house. All the holiday and birthday celebrations were made brighter by Christine. After she moved to the Boston area for work, I was able to see her more and more. I was blessed to be there for her wedding shower, wedding, baby shower and even got to visit with her and Larry in the hospital when Casper was born. Christine radiated warmth and calmness and intelligence. She loved Larry and Casper with such devotion and strength. With amazing effort, she and Larry and Catherine hosted us all for Thanksgiving this past year. My final memory of Christine was this day, her house in Sudbury, filled with food and laughter. We gathered around the living room after the meal and talked. Casper stole the show, as usual.
Christine, you will be forever loved and forever missed.
March 10, 2020
We at Northeast Ballet Co remember Christine with very fond memories.
She was a beautiful dancer and a friend to many .
She was the first in her family to join the school and co . She inspired her mother to work in costumes and her sister to follow in her footsteps . This was her gentle way .
Our condolences go out to her families and young son . She left Too soon.
Miss Myers & Co
March 8, 2020
I met Christine in middle school. As a school counselor, I look back at the beauty of her kindness and friendship through those years where kids need community and a place to belong amongst their peers. One fond memory I recall is the mystery game dinner she hosted. Her laughter brought great warmth to a room. I’ll never forget the compassion and sympathy she showed me when my grandmother was ill with cancer. Christine’s sincerity and care for others will continue to be an example of love to so many she impacted.
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