Christine Hennessey-Larkin

Glastonbury, Connecticut

1952 - 2020


Glastonbury, Connecticut


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Christine Hennessey-Larkin, 68, of Glastonbury, passed away Monday (October 26, 2020) at her home. Chris was born, January 6, 1952 in Hartford, daughter of the late John T. and Rita (Skelly) Hennessey. She was a graduate of the University of Hartford. She was an employee at The Hartford Financial...

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I posted an old photo of my cousin Chris and me. I always cherished this photo because she was a few years older than me and such a special person throughout my life. Her loss leaves an unspeakable emptiness. My sincere condolences to my cousins.

My condolences to the whole family. Chris was my boss and my friend at the Hartford. Everyone that she supervised had a great deal of respect for her. She was a warm and giving person. She always spoke with such love for John and her whole family. She will be missed.

Chris was a wonderful woman. She exuded good will.
She was a beacon of patience and kindness to me, as I served her company for many years with Newkirk Products.
I hope to meet her in heaven one day, because of the mercies of our Savior.

John and extended
Hennessey family
My sincere condolences to all upon the passing of Chris. Chris was compassionate and a friend to all she encountered. I hope your fond and joyous memories of her humaneness will overcome your temporary grief. She will be remembered in thoughtful prayer.

We always enjoyed a good story and her energitic ways of making bows! I know that losing a sister can be one of the hardest times in your life. But, we will always meet again. She knows she was loved by her family.

I have no words to express the sadness I feel about loosing my dear friend . I know her family is devastated by this sudden loss . I will always remember Chris and the years of memories we shared . I will remember the laughter we shared and stories about our grandchildren.

Chris, my friend, my financial advisor, my dinner mate, my travel partner, my neighbor, the girl who grew up on my street, my confidant and my cheerleader passed away suddenly this weekend. I shall be forever grateful to my sister Betsy for sharing her best friend....our life will not be the same! We’ll always have Paris, New York, Nice, Portofino, Prague, London, Lake Como and St. Tropez, only to name a few. I love you Sista and my heart heart goes out to the entire family.

I am so sorry about the loss of Chris, way too soon. I know you will find comfort in all the happy memories you shared. I know I will. Although I wasn’t able to see
Chris much over the recent months, we talked often, mostly about our grandchildren. She loved telling me about Jack’s running and going shopping with her granddaughters! They were truly the light of her life! Her son, daughter in law and sisters also meant so much to Chris. I can picture her enjoying a cup of tea...

Our hearts go out to Chris’s family and friends at the loss of this beautiful and caring person. May all the wonderful memories of cherished times help to ease some of the sorrow. May she Rest In Peace with family and friends who have passed before her.

Tom and Linda Aldridge