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Christine Wells-Ilic

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My condolences to Wells Family and those extended also. I sure remember Dennis's girls, when Kenny (Porky) and I would come visit you all. Such a great family and had great times. Another Angel that Kenny (Porky) and Dennis has greeted.
Cindy, Austin and Kendra Helderman

Love you sissy

Christine was a awesome person, always remember her taking good care of the students in Lowell. Also, always enjoyed her heart felt poetry she shared online. My condolences, Godspeed...

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

I don’t even know what to say right now.... I’m just at a loss!!! I’ve know you for how long....worked with you, laughed with, cried with you, played softball with you!!!!! I’m so very sorry to hear of your passing as it breaks my heart!!!! I’m so very sorry for your family, friends, and loved ones!!! I’ll miss you and remember all our great talks and the picture you just sent me!!! God always takes the good ones too soon!!!


Christine's Obituary

Christine Michelle Wells-Ilic

Christine Wells-Ilic, age 42, of Hammond, passed away suddenly and was called home on Friday, February 26, 2021. She is survived by her husband of 7 years, Jerry; daughter Lennon Mendoza; mother Kathleen Wells; sister Jill (Tony) Crayne; nephew Austin Crayne; father-in-law Bronko; brothers-in law Greg (Jessica) Ilic and Randy (Samantha) Ilic; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Preceded in death by her father Dennis Wells and mother-in-law Gwen Ilic.

Christine loved sports and played volleyball and softball at Morton High School where she graduated in 1997. She later went on to major in Education at Indiana University Northwest. Christine worked with the disabled at AccessAbilities in Merrillville and she was also a substitute teacher for the Lowell and Hammond School Systems. Christine was a “Chicagoland Fan”, she loved the Blackhawks, Cubs, and White Sox. She also loved to read, listen to music, and write poetry. Christine was also committed to her daughter Lennon, and loved her more than anything.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association

Services were private and entrusted to Solan Pruzin Funeral Home and Crematory.

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