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Christine Porter

Christine Allen Porter

Sunday, July 25th, 1937 - Tuesday, April 28th, 2020
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Obituary

Mrs. Christine Allen Porter, 82, of Concord, passed away on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at Tucker Hospice House in Kannapolis, NC.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, May 2, 2020 at Meadow Ridge Memorial Park in Elkridge, MD.

Christine was born on July 25, 1937 in Atlanta, GA to the late Estelle Vaughn. She is also preceded in death by her husband, Melvin O. Porter; son, Ronald R. Porter; brother, Lester “Buddy” Allen.

Country Gospel held a special place in Christine’s heart, along with camping, Bingo, and trips to Dollywood and Cherokee.

She is survived by her sons, Ken Porter and wife, Mary of Cibolo, TX; Michael Fields of Dallas, TX, Ricky L. Fields of Kannapolis, NC; Randy Fields of Fayetteville, NC; adopted sons, Ronald R. Porter, Jr., David L. Porter; 9 grandchildren.

On-line condolences may be left at www.wilkinsonfuneralhome.com
Wilkinson Funeral Home-Concord, NC assisting the Porter family.
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Dian McCullough

Posted at 08:22am
Chris holds a very special place in my heart. She was always so good to me. Melvin and Chris were both good people. Fly high together again. Love you!
RF

Roger Furr

Posted at 12:55am
As I look back over some of my child hood memories some of the best included Aunt Chris and uncle Melvin from our trips to the mountains every summer to the races and the time I stayed a whole summer with her in Baltimore and that trip we took to Hawaii together and me pushing you thru the airport while you made me laugh . She always had a wise crake that would put a smile on your face and no matter how bad your day was her personality and sence of humor would always make it better and that's what I love about her. I will never forget you aunt Chris thank you for those memories

Kenneth Porter

Posted at 11:56am
I was fortunate enough to able to bring mom to Hawaii while I was stationed there. She had the time of her life. While visiting a favorite beach on the island, I kept encouraging her to get in the water. How can you go to Hawaii and not get in the water? After hours of pleading, she finally got in...up to her knees. She was scared to death. Once she realized that she was safe and no sharks were near, she had the time of her life. It was a special moment that I will never forget. I will love her forever!
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