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Christina L. Nuzik

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Nuzik, Christina L.
On May 15, 2016, my wife of 40 years and closest confidante, my beautiful wife Chris Nuzik, went to be with the Lord. Her last breath was at the Lund Home, Hospice of the Valley in Gilbert. She is preceded in death by our only child, Mat, in a 2010 automobile accident. We met in Tucson in 1975 and tied the knot April 23, 1976. We soon left for California and that is where we were blessed with a beautiful baby boy. After a short stay in Montana, we lived in the Portland area, and eventually ended up in the Kansas City area. It was during our stay in the KC area that Chris developed a very rare cancer, Psuedomyxoma Peritoneii (PMP). Chris was a brave cancer warrior and after 6 surgeries no more could be done. I did my best as a caregiver, the surgical oncologists did all they could but the cancer won out. To a fault I never heard a bad word spoken of another human being by Chris. She was always concerned about her family and friends who were devoted to this Godly woman. The pain and suffering we shared brought us closer to each other than ever before. She loved her new-found career in Cosmetology. (Free haircuts!) Loved plants-everything about them. And she loved to decorate the house and had a flair for bringing out a lot of charm and style for little money. Chris is survived by her husband (me, Al Nuzik), her father LLoyd Wilson and her brother Randy/Lynn Wilson. Her sister-in-law Debby Bambauer will miss her greatly as they were the best of buds. A celebration of her life will be held at Bueler Mortuary Chapel 14 W. Hulet Dr. Chandler, AZ on Wednesday June 15th 10:00am. In lieu of flowers a donation to the ACPMP Research Foundation (acpmp.org) would be greatly appreciated.
Published in The Arizona Republic on June 5, 2016
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