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Christine Appleby Martinelli

Ardmore, Pennsylvania

Mar 5, 1965 – Feb 18, 2019 (Age 53)


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McConaghy Funeral Home, Ltd. Obituary

Christine Appleby Martinelli, age 53, suffered a tragic accident and passed away on Monday, February 18, 2019.She is survived by her loving husband, David and her three children, Elizabeth, Will and Davis whom she adored. She is also survived by her four fur babies, Lady Bug, Louie, Mason, and...

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I was saddened to learn the news of Christine's passing. I had the opportunity to play golf with she and David at Merion. A great golfer, a wonderful wife and loving mom.
From your SMU family here in Dallas, our deepest sympathies to you David, Liz,Will and Davis.

I was recently told of Christine's passing. I was reminded of what a wonderful person she was. I offer my sincere condolences to the family and will pray for you in your time of need. I worked with Christine many years ago and have fond memories of her joyous approach to life. She always made my day brighter on her visits to Boston. She will be missed by all. God Blessed her with a loving spirit.

We are shocked to hear the tragic news of Christine's terrible accident. She will remain in our memory owning the dance floor in her beautiful polkadot dress at Lauren & Crawford's wedding. With our deepest sympathy, Karen & Tim Simmons, UK

I am saddened by the news. It has been a pleasure to have shared time with Christine and her husband David. I will miss her joyous spirit and laughter....

Dear David and family, my sincere condolences at the loss of dear Christine. You lost a wife and mother and we lost a competitive tennis player, a lively, generous and down to earth friend. We will miss her dearly in our Thursday group and as a member of MCC USTA team. To keep her within the team, as captain, I will create the Christine Martinelli Award which will be given to a member of our team this year who best depicts the character traits we so adored of Christine. We play for you...

I have fond memories of my sister Mary Ann and Christine playing together during their childhood years on Rolling House Rd in Rockville, Md. Christine's spirit was amazing.

Christine will be missed by her Oldfields family. She always made time for our school .She threw a lovely party and I enjoyed reunited with her. Rest In Peace. Joann

We were childhood friends on Rolling House Road. Many happy memories of sledding and sleepovers. So very sorry for her loss.

So sorry for your loss. My prayers go out to your family. May you feel and be comforted by the peace, and the love of your friends.