Obituary for Christine Robin Parcher Smith
June 10, 1974 – March 7, 2021
Christie passed away peacefully March 7, 2021 in Randsburg, Calif. after a short battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her three sons, husband, mother, sisters and friends. She was 46.
Services will be conducted on April 8th at 1:00 pm at the Grace Lutheran Church, 502 N. Norma St., Ridgecrest, Calif. After the services there will be a Celebration of Life at the Cottage Hotel, 130 Ave., Randsburg, Calif.
Christie was born on June 10, 1974 in Walnut Creek, Calif. to Darrell and Sharlene Parcher. She had many interest from singing to playing sports, especially softball. Christie was such a happy person with the best sounding laugh in the world. She was a Job’s Daughter and loved working at their corn dog booth at the Nevada County Fair. She graduated from Nevada Union High School in Grass Valley, Calif. in 1992.
Christie married Kenneth Lorn Smith June 22, 1996. They had three sons, Tyler Robert Smith, born June 25, 1997, Matthew Curtis Smith, born February 16, 2000 and Zachary James Smith, born May 31, 2005. She was a dedicated wife and mother. She loved family gatherings and her family going to Disneyland as often as possible. She volunteered many times for the boy’s sports events in Sacramento. She was a fun, generous and loving person.
She took great pride in her job as the manager to Mark’s Hallmark in Roseville for over 25 years. Her Hallmark family meant the world to her. She touched a lot of lives and she will be sorely missed.
Christie is survived by her husband, Kenny, three sons, Tyler, Matthew and Zachary. Mother, Sharlene Goldie Jackson, and Mother-In-Law Carol Ann Smith, Step-Mother Elaine Parcher, Sisters: Brooke Kern, Cheryl Meyer, Sandi Johnson, Janine Jackson, Penny Dey, Sister-In-Law Charlene M. Bacon, Brother-In-Law Jeff C. Smith, as well as her cherished Aunts and Uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Christie was preceded in death by her Father, Darrell G. Parcher, Step-Father, Harold R. Jackson, Father-In-Law, Curtis L. Smith, and Sister Karen Ensworth.
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