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April 24, 2013
I just found out last night about Christine passing on, so I do apologize for such a tardy posting. I am so sorry for your loss. I remember the Natsios family with love and affection from our years in Den Haag.In my minds eye she is still that lovely young woman from all those years ago. I wish all of you peace in your sorrow, and send love and respect.You are all in my prayers. Laurie Darroch
April 6, 2013
Dearest Mitzi, Deborah, Valerie and Alexandra, I am absolutely overwhelmed by the idea that Christine has passed away, and cannot tell you how deeply moved I am by this sadness, and how much I truly grieve for the loss you must feel and the emptiness she has left behind. Her passing is such a marker. Having grown up with all four of you wonderful sisters during our years together in Holland (and then later, at university in the US), I always felt as though I was the extra 'Persian' sister, and that Christine, the oldest, was our muse and mentor - trying out the US for college first (and what an experience that was!), going out with boys, being always slightly mysterious and wonderfully wise. I remember so well driving down to Washington DC all together for Thanksgiving one year, sharing a small car, feeling so at home inside its cosy comfort as Christine manned the wheel, her rich voice surrounding us as she told stories of her work in the hotel business - such new experiences for the rest of us, who were still just students. The relationship between all of you four was special - and so deeply admirable. It was a gift to be a friend of all and each of you - to have known Christine in those early years, and to have been included in the warmth of your home in Wassenaar, surrounded by Mitzi's aromatic cooking (such fabulous breakfasts), and the constant chatter of girls! As an only child, it was for me a wonderful enclosure. Continuing the friendships through the years of university meant that although I didn't maintain my own close contact with Christine, I heard her news through one or another of you - as I've been lucky enough to stay in touch with each of you in different ways over the course of decades (!): Valerie my oldest school-friend whose life has hopscotched with mine from Massachusetts to New York and more recently Europe; Deborah at Princeton and later in New York; Alexandra living close to me in Brooklyn for several years. Christine remains alive and real to me, as I know she does for you too. What I remember most about Christine, about her life and choices, was her courage. Hers was not the trodden way, but her own - not an easy way surely, but looking back, a deeply meaningful one. It was her courage that made her life so worthwhile and a lesson. Indeed, I feel that is what I must take away from her passing - a new look at the ways of courage, a renewed inner strength by which to face the life that is left to me. Across the years and miles, I feel still so linked to all of you, and feel strongly that Christine is still with us. With love and deep condolences, Roxane
March 28, 2013
Christine was a great friend. Her beliefs, work ethic, and determination were positive influences on my life. She was a great Mother and Loved Brian and Kyla very much. Her smile and positive attitude helped teach us how to live and I belive that Christine taught us how to die.
March 23, 2013
Christine was a wonderful lady whom I enjoyed knowing when she lived in Richmond and worked at the Jefferson Hotel and was a member of the Cornell Club of Central Virginia. All of us are sad to learn of her passing, but will keep her in our hearts until we're reunited with her.
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