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Christine Ann Smallwood

November 25, 1957 - January 15, 2018

Christine A. Smallwood, age 60, of Newark, Delaware, passed away on Monday, January 15, 2018.

Born in Wilmington on November 25, 1957, she was a daughter of the late Frank and Katherine (Thompson) Grier.  Christine worked with Red Clay Consolidated School District as a custodian.  She had an endless love for her family.

She is survived by her children, Brian Goodwin, James Goodwin (Michelle), Steven Goodwin, David Smallwood, Crystal Smallwood and Robert Smallwood; 6 siblings; and 13 grandchildren.

A gathering for family and friends will be held on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 from 2 pm until 4 pm at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 North DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, followed by a funeral service at 4 pm.  Interment will be held privately.

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  • Chris was one of those people that you tried to help, and she ended up helping you. I can’t tell you how much she inspired me with her love and commitment to her family. She judged no one. She always had room for everyone in her home and in her heart. Nothing was too difficult to tackle and she always found a way to get the job done. She was smart, kind, and had a great laugh. I will truly miss her and will always remember her spirit.

  • Rest in.peace fellow conradian

  • She was always there for anyone and never judge you. I can remember when i was a kid to always keep my head up and that she was always there for me.

  • We miss you so much Mom you are the rock to our family! Watch over us my beautiful Angel until we meet again! I love you so much fly high pretty lady

  • Ms Christine! God I’m gonna miss you so much. You were my second mom. We talked all the time. You always made sure you told me how much you love and miss me well I love and miss you 100000x more than you’ll ever know. Rest in paradise to a beautiful soul ❤️ I hope your dancing in the sky.

  • Prayers to you all

  • Truly one of the greatest women I have ever met. From day one my kids had a second mom. She was truly my Delaware family. I will miss her dearly and deeply.

  • RIP

  • During my 20 years in the Facilities Office with the Red Clay School District, I got to know Christine. She was always cheerful and was always willing to lend a helping hand whenever and wherever she was needed. Rest In Peace my friend

  • Heaven gained another beautiful angel. R.i.p. my prayers to the family god bless xoxo

  • Fly high and shine bright rip love xoxox love you

  • I remember as little girls running around the neighborhood. Trying to hang out with Mary Jane and Evelyn. And singing with them at the top of our lungs . Or chasing Sharon and Lisa around cause they were the babies. LOL RIP Chris.

  • My condolences to Christine’s family. Please find some comfort for your great loss in the promise found at Revelation 21:3-4.

  • Prayers for the family god bless

  • Rip, my friend Christine, she was fun to be around,I miss her so very much, Rest with the Angels my Dear Friend, Miss You Sister!!!!!

  • My cousin Christine, I will miss our talks. When my mom passed away you where there for me. I will never forget. I know you and mom are up in heaven having a blast. You and mom are probably getting hit in the head with mom mom Grier s black pocket book. I’m so glad we talked this past year. God must have brought us together. I’m so sad. You are such a caring person that will be missed by so many. I love you and I will miss u.
    Love your cousin,
    Dawn Robertson

  • So young to leave us. I remember her as a child when our families lived on the same street. My prayers go out to the family. Memories are forever!

  • Rip aunt chris one of the strongest women i kno u will be greatly missed

  • Although we had not seen each other in years it was like we never missed a beat whenever I saw you. I don’t remember much because I was very young, but one of my best memories of The East Side was you and your sister Lisa. You 2 always looked after me. The barefoot bad kid =). Thanks for those memories.

    RIP.

    Little Richie.

  • Christine was such a pleasure to work with. She always had a smile and a story:) and would help anyone she could. You are missed by all of us here at McKean. Prayers for her children and grandchildren. Rest in peace.

  • I will remember ALL the GOOD times and laughter, and stories we shared in Maryland Park, together, neighbors, friends, family…. That is what we were….I guess this is GOOD-BYE.. UNTIL WE MEET IN HEAVEN.. I LOVE YOU CHRISTINE…

  • So sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a very special lady. She loved you and her grandbabies so much. I met her when she came to Dr.McDermott ‘s with you boys years ago and continued on when Crystal brought her baby boy to Dr.Walter. I retired 3 years ago but often thought of her. Always a smile in good times and not so good. Please know I am thinking about you all. Keep your memories close to your heart.Nurse Beverly ❤

  • i miss you mommom. yesterday was your birthday. I love you

  • hey momom. my uncle stew died yesterday. And it’s really hard without you to go through this. but daddy is helping me. And so is Michelle. I miss you so much. keep looking down on us. I love you

  • You passed 3 years ago today. I miss you and your beautiful smile. I hope you’re doing good up there. heaven gained one amazing angel. I love you ❤️