Memories of

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Christine Reid

“When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure”

Please share your own memories and photos of our mum so that the family can add to their treasure trove.

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Sue Witts

My wonderful sister. I watched in awe as she confidently mapped her way through the ups and downs of life .  Elegant she has always been and always had a wardrobe full of the most wonderful clothes which were hung in meticulous order. When we were teenagers ( only 18 months between us ) …

Geraldine Fisher

I met Chris almost 30 years ago, and was immediately struck by her elegance and her friendliness. I got to know her better when she joined the staff at Wake Green Centre, and a group of us continued to meet until the end of 2019. It was always great to see her. She loved …

Sue Cox

Chrissie and ! first met in 1972 when she and her family moved in next door. Neither of us knew many people with children  then and it was good to have a friend so close. Our second children were born within six weeks of each other and we were able to help each other …

Roger Meredith

It is not easy to put into words the learning of Christine’s passing, I have not seen her since Salford Days, has seemingly affected me as deeply as it has. It was wonderful to learn from Les Poulton that he had met Christine, along with the other ladies of Great Clowes Street and Ellesmere …

Marilyn Farr

Photo: Ladies of the night Going to a dance at Salford 1965 Christine seemed a very exotic creature when she arrived at Queen Mary’s, Lytham, from Harrow. We studied languages together in the sixth form and then went on to Salford together, where, as Julia says, we shared a (not particularly desirable) flat. Christine …

Alison Keepax

What a wonderful, elegant and classy lady Chris has always been.  We met through sharing an office at the Link Centre together, about 25 years ago.  Chris was immediately friendly, welcoming and helpful.  We struck up a friendship that lasted far beyond the few years we worked together. She had such an easy way …

John Dooner

I knew Chris from 1991 to 1999, my time with Birmingham’s Behaviour Support Service. My memories? Kind, considerate, patient and generous with gentle challenge and unswerving support. Thanks Chris, my condolences to your family and friends: it was a pleasure knowing you. …

Carole Currimjee

Christine & I were BFF’s since she arrived in St. Annes one day with her family – relocating from Harrow. We would ask her Dad to do a handstand so all his loose change would fall on the floor to be gathered up & taken to Holmes or Kembers for goodies. We stayed close, …

Keith Wiseman

I was fortunate to work with Chris, initially at Wake Green Centre and then later at both Link Centre and Kings Centre which were all part of the Behaviour Support Service, (BSS), which catered for disaffected boys and girls aged 11-16. Chris had originally worked with the Pregnant Schoolgirls Service but when that joined …

Les Poulton

I first met Christine at Salford University way back in 1964 and admired her from afar. She was so classy and elegant and, it appeared to me at the time, way out of my league. John Fovargue, a fellow student, reminded me a while ago that I once said of Christine, “she doesn’t walk, …
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