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Christine Carol Deuto


1948 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Christine Carol Deuto Obituary
Deuto, Christine Carol



Christine was born September 20, 1948 in Fort Dix, New Jersey to Donald and Margaret King. While Donald was remotely deployed for the Army, Christine and her mom spent her early childhood in Vienna, Austria with her grandparents. After a short stay in Fort Knox, KY and several stays in Vienna, Christine graduated from Woodbury High School in New Jersey. She then enrolled in the Florida Southern College in 1967 where she met Bernard Deuto and two years later they were married. After starting a family with two sons Joshua and Jeremy and graduating from UNM with a degree in education, Christine started her career as an elementary school teacher. While raising two boys, teaching full time and completing her Master's Degree in Special Education presented challenges which Christine handled with elegance and grace.

After retiring in 2005 from Morarity School District including ten years with APS, Christine enjoyed many activities. These include traveling, book clubs, a gourmet group, arts and crafts, PEO, but the thing that gave her the most joy was visiting the three grandsons, Christopher, Luke and Chase. She was the best Oma, ever.

Christine Carol Deuto passed away on January 19, 2016, while holding hands with her husband Bernard. Christine was preceded in death by her parents, Donald and Margaret King. She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Bernard Gregory Deuto; her sons Joshua Josef Deuto and Jeremy Daniel Deuto; her grandsons, Christopher Deuto, Luke Deuto and Chase Deuto.

Christine Carol Deuto was a master educator, creative entrepreneur and loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She was in every way, a "Beautiful Person."

A Memorial Service will be held 1:00 PM Friday 29 January 2016 at Mountainside United Methodist Church, 4 Penny Lane, Cedar Crest, NM.in lieu of flowers gifts can be made to Gentiva Hospice Foundation; www.gentivahospicefoundation.org.
Published in Albuquerque Journal from Jan. 24 to Jan. 28, 2016
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