Mrs. Corine F. Christian 95. of Dallas, Texas formerly of Youngstown, passed away
Mrs. Corine F. Christian was born September 27, 1927, in Kemper County Mississippi, the daughter of Willie and Annie Braxton. Mrs. Christian came to Youngstown at an early age. She united in marriage to Mr. Otis C Christian Sr, on January 15, 1947. This marriage was blessed with six children.
Mrs. Corine F. Christian was a member of the Ebenezer Memorial Missionary Baptist Church of Dallas Texas and a long-time member of Antioch Baptist Church in Youngstown, Ohio.
Mrs. Christian worked for over forty years of her life at various jobs. She was employed by the Ursuline Mothers, Furniture Land, and Coat Factory and became a seamstress for Master and Rondell Tuxedo Company. Mrs. Christian finished her journey as a childcare provider for the State. Mrs. Christian was a member of the Eastern Star Ruth for Harvest Lodge 26.
Mrs. Christian leave behind three daughters Mrs. Cora (Edward) Stewart of Lorain, Ohio, Mrs. Gloria (David) Jenkins of Dallas Texas, Mrs. Golie (Henry) Stennis of Youngstown, Ohio, and a son Mr. Robert (Verleda) Christian of Rowlett, Texas. Mrs. Christian has twenty-six grandchildren, sixty-one great-grandchildren, and forty great-great-grandchildren. She leaves three sisters Mrs. Ann West of Nevada, Mrs. Inez Cauley of California, and Mrs. Lula (James) Hardy of Indiana, three sister-in-law’s Nancy Potter, Youngstown, Carolyn Brewer Maryland, and Diane Christian, Youngstown and a brother-in-law, Larry Christian, Norfolk Virginia.
Preceded in death by her parents Willie and Annie Braxton, her husband Otis C Christian Sr., two sons Joseph Christian and Otis Christian Jr.; her sister, Elma Scott; brother, Perry Braxton; two grandsons, Dontaue Pack and Kendrick Stewart; and one great grandson, Larry London.
Visitation will be Friday, November 11, 2022, from 10:00 am to 11:00 a.m. at Antioch Baptist Church, 110 Funston Street, Youngstown, Ohio. Celebration of Life will follow at 11:00am. Due to the pandemic, guests are asked to wear masks and observe social distancing.