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Christine E. Marx

  • On January 31, 2021

Christine Elizabeth (Hughes) Marx, age 70 of South Park Township, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 30, 2021. She was born in Pittsburgh, PA on November 19, 1950 and is the daughter of the late Lawrence and Eileen Hughes. Beloved wife of Frank J. Marx; loving mother of Stephen (Cindy) Marx and Graig (Katie) Marx; sister of Beth Hughes and the late Cheryl Kindal, Sue Gent, Donna Davidson and David Hughes; grandmother of Nathan, Molly, Maya and Simon.

Chris loved her morning walks and the daily greetings with friends along Corrigan Drive. She was a mother-figure to many in her family, always wanting the best. Private arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, McMurray, PA. Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at www.PittsburghCremation.com.

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janet corbett
Dear Frank & family, My deepest sympathy on the death of Chris. May her soul rest in peace with our Lord. I am a daily south park walker & over some twenty years I sooooo often talked or walked with chris. She was always so interesting to talk with, we talked about your sons, grands etc. As long as I continue to walk, there won't be a day I don't think of chris as I am walking along corrigan drive. Peace to all of you. janet corbett
Dan & Janet Lippert
Frank, Steve and Greg and family, We were terribly saddened to hear of Chris' passing. We often ran into her while walking along Corrigan Drive in the park ( we spent more time talking than walking). It was quite evident from our conversations that she really was proud of you guys and loved you all tremendously. I have no idea how much you guys are hurting right now, but I do know that you will see her again, this isn't good-bye, just see you later. Stay strong, pray hard and know that she will always be with guys. Dan & Janet
Diane Smith
I will miss seeing Chris walking in the park. My deepest sympathies.
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