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Christina BABITZKE

Darrouzett Cemetery
Lipscomb County,

April 15, 1925-June 16, 2015

Married June 14, 1942

May 13, 1920-Nov 25, 2006

CANADIAN — Christina Babitzke, 90, of Canadian died Tuesday, June 16, 2015.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in First United Methodist Church in Darrouzett with the Rev. Danny Sanders officiating and the Rev. John Wagoner assisting. Burial will follow in Darrouzett Cemetery. Arrangements are by Hughs Funeral Home of Canadian.

Christina was born April 15, 1925, in Las Vegas, N.M., to Mr. Wilhelm Schneider and Mrs. Rosalie Reisweig Schneider. She attended schools in Booker. She married Henry Babitzke on June 14, 1942, in Booker. He preceded her in death on Nov. 25, 2006.

Christina worked as a waitress and for a florist company. She moved to Canadian in 2007 from Amarillo and was a Methodist.

She was also preceded in death by a son, Calvin Babitzke, in September 2010; two brothers, Ted and Ruben Schneider; and six sisters, Carie Voss, Ruby Dout, Martha Ginter, Laura Schneider, Louise Babitzke and Hilda Alexander.

Survivors include a son, Buford Babitzke and wife Karen of Amarillo; her daughter, Eline Burch and husband Don of Canadian; six grandchildren, Monty Burch and wife Dinah of Elk City, Okla., Ginger Webb and husband Buddy of Lipscomb, Kristi Brewer and husband Heath of Elizabeth, Colo., Brandon Babitzke and wife Misti of Broken Arrow, Okla., Jason Babitzke and wife Keshia of Amarillo and Cari Babitzke of Lubbock; and 12 great-grandchildren.

Amarillo Globe News June 19, 2015

Contributed on 1/4/20 by paperdoll1913
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Submitted: 1/4/20 • Approved: 3/26/20 • Last Updated: 3/29/20 • R252264-G252264-S3

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