Kathryn Armstrong Christensen

Salt Lake City, Utah


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January 1, 1934 - June 4, 2012Our beloved sister, wife, and mother, Kathryn Armstrong Christensen, died on June 4, 2012 surrounded by her husband and children. She was born to Curtis & Melba Armstrong in Ephraim, Utah on January 1, 1934. She grew up in Ephraim and graduated from both Ephraim...

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Dear Kathryn, the world has darkened a little more because of Kathryb's passing. I'll miss her great laugh, her wonderful smile and her innate goodness . You always knew if you had Kathryn for a friend, that she would be loyal, frank and would never let you down. I'm glad she is out of pain and wish dear Jay our love . Susie Mortensen

Kathryn will be missed by many. She was a talented lady, and was so generous and gracious to so many. p.s. Be sure to say hi to Gary when you see him.

Carol Cannon Westover (Fresno, Ca.)

I was in the temple yesterday and Sis. Urien told me about Kathryn's passing. I am so sorry. I always enjoyed her frankness and genuine conversation. She and Maxine Jones are probably having a wonderful time together. Sincerely, Kathy Johnson

James and Kerry and family,
We are so saddened by your loss but know your gospel perspective will bless you and keep you during this time of separation until you meet again.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Bruce and Kandy Graves

My heart breaks at the loss of my wonderful friend, Kathryn. In fact, she was more of a "sister" to me. When we were neighbors in Fresno, we visited EVERY day! Our children were great friends also and I want to express my sincere love to all of you!
I feel so bad that I can't be at the funeral as we have 3 months left of our mission. May you know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Love forever, Nancy Whetman (and Ron)

President Christensen: I will always remember Sister Christensen for her kind sweet spirit loving spirit. I enjoyed hearing her lovely voice and when she shared her many other talents with the sisters of the Fresno Stake. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

We had the privilege of meeting Kathryn at James' wedding to our dear friend Kerry. Such a gracious lady, and we feel very honored to have known her for such a brief moment. Our love to the Christensen family. May you sing with the angels and give those in your new home the blessing of hearing your gift of voice in song.

We are sad to learn of Kathryn's passsing and know she will be missed by many. We have wonderful memories of times spent with you, Jay, and Kathryn, in Fresno and we appreciate both of your fine examples of love and service.
Our love and prayers are with you and your family.
Wolf & Julie Muelleck

Kathryn was such a wonderfull addition to our extended Peterson family when she married my cousin, Jay. Our family would drop in on Jay, Kathryn and Laura in Fresno on our way to Southern California for a visit with my grandparents in Southern California. Kathryn was always so welcoming and sweet, and would always have delicious food to serve our big family. She was a joy to be around.