Christine R. Lotz
1981 - 2004
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Celebration of Life Memorial Services for Christine R. Lotz, 22, a resident of Bettendorf, will be 5 p.m. Sunday in the All Faith Chapel at Halligan-McCabe-DeVries Funeral Home, Davenport. The family will greet friends from 3:30 p.m. until the time of service.
Christine passed away unexpectedly of natural causes on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2004.
Christine Robin Lotz, daughter of Steven and Linda (Allen) Lotz, was born Feb. 3, 1981, in Camarillo, Calif. Christie was a graduate student at the University of Iowa, Henry B. Tippie College of Business.
Survivors include her parents, Steve and Linda Lotz, and a sister, Deborah Lotz, of Bettendorf; and her paternal grandparents, Robert and Betty Lotz, of Darien, Conn., as well as extended family across the country
Christine was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Harry and Miriam Allen.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the United Way of the Quad-Cities in Christine's name.

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Published in Quad-City Times on Jan. 10, 2004.
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February 6, 2004

Mabs of Wisney
Marco Barbosa
January 12, 2004
So sorry to hear of your great loss. Our daughter, Rebecca, was a sorority sister with Christine at Alpha Z Delta. She will be greatly missed.
Steve & Sara Newbery
January 12, 2004
I just want to say that I didn't know Christine all that well but we were becoming closer. She was easy to talk to and always made me smile. I hope that she is Happy where she is now. She will be missed.
Miss you bun bun
Aimee LaNier
January 12, 2004
Christine and I met through our mutual online family, and always enjoyed giggling over something or another. She had a wicked sense of humor, something I will greatly miss. I'm heartsick over her passing.

I send love and strength to the Lotz family. I am so profoundly sorry for your loss.

Sleep sweet, BunBun.
Lindsey Wicks
January 11, 2004
Christine and I never actually met face to face, but we had "known" each other for over two years. She was part of several on-line communities (we even went so far as to call them "on-line families" because we all felt so closely connected to one another) to which I belonged (Neopets, Luffable Nutz Guild, and V-Zones New Horizones). Christine had a personality that even on-line could light up a room. She was best known for her wit, her sense of humor, and how much she truly cared for all of her friends. If you were ever down or having a bad day, Chris was the first one to instant message you to let you know she was there and she cared about you...and then she would launch her incredible wit & humor and have you laughing again in no time. I can only imagine what a wonderful thing it must have been to have known such a beautiful spirit face to face outside of the Internet -- because it surely was a wonderful thing to have her in our lives via the Internet. I want you to know I thought the world of Christine and am greatly saddened that such a beautiful, vibrant, talented soul has departed this earth much too early. My most sincere condolences to her family, friends, and loved ones during this very difficult time. Please know that I will never forget Christine -- none of her on-line friends will ever forget her -- and that I will be keeping her and all of those she left behind in my daily prayers. I’m sorry – I don’t know what else to say. :( (((hugs))) BunBun -- we miss you. :(
Ann Schneider-Allen
January 11, 2004
Christine, you were a loving person and a great friend. You will very greatly be missed. You are truly a wonderful person. *hugs*
Amber Kilpatrick
January 11, 2004
I'm sorry for your loss. I met Christine in a chatroom. Christine was a wonderful person who I will remember for the rest of my life. It will not be the same in the chatroom without her. She will be missed.

Melissa Nichols
Melissa Nichols
January 11, 2004
I know we didn't get a lot of time to get to know eachother, but I believe I speak for everyone when I can say you will be sorely missed. Your sense of humor and your attitude is what I loved most about you and will never forget about. You could always make me laugh.

To Steve, Linda, and the rest of the Lotz family, I express my deepest, most heartfelt condolences on your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers!
Justin Crossno
January 11, 2004
We miss you lots BunBun. We will make sure that your family knows how special we all thought you were. You are loved, no matter where you are now.

Please know that many of Christine's online friends will be thinking and praying for you all. We share in your pain. Please accept our condolences for your loss. She was a funny, intelligent and compassionate young lady. She will be missed.
Cali Colon
January 11, 2004
I am honored to have considered you a friend. Honored that you touched my life. You will not be forgotten.
Hugs Bun Bun
Alisa Dougherty
January 10, 2004
Christine was a joy and will be missed. Our prayers and condolences to her family and friends. Shire Whitewind of Wisney.
Shire Whitewind
January 10, 2004
I miss her so much.

Andrew Bradford
January 10, 2004
My name's Troy, although Christine knew me as Hound. I knew her as Christine and as Gnomey, as that was our nickname for her. This incident has really upset me. Christine was a great woman, and I wish I had spent more time with her. I will miss her greatly. Regards to Christine's family.
-Troy Stone
Troy Stone
January 10, 2004
Steve, Linda,Deborah and your families-I will pray for all of you today. Words cannot tell you my feelings-will see you soon.Lovingly, Linda Gillet
Linda Gillet
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