Gazette Ceases Publication: Donates Archives to LHS

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Christine A. Quain

Christine A. Quain, 66, of Mamaroneck, NY died on Friday, January 22, 2010, after a brief illness. Born May 15, 1943, she is predeceased by her parents Edmund and Christina (Mahan) Quain and her devoted step-mother Alice Quain.

She graduated from the Academy of the Resurrection High School and The Westchester Business School. Christine was an administrative assistant employed by IBM for more than 30 years. Prior to joining IBM she enjoyed a varied career employed by the Japanese Embassy in Washington, D.C. and Memorial Sloan Kettering. Christine was generous to all who knew her; giving many hours of service to the Food Pantry.

She is survived by her sisters Patricia Kapp of Southbury, CT, Patricia Kirk of Salt Lake City, Utah and Kathryn (William) Flynn of Mamaroneck, nieces Barbara (Thomas) Kukowski , and Amy (Charles) Howe , nephews William J. (Graziella) Flynn, Jr. and Christopher Kapp. She was the beloved great aunt to Kelsey, Matthew, Laura, Ryan, Colleen, Will, Alison and Dan. Christine also leaves behind special cousins, dear friends, cherished neighbors and valued co-workers.

On Saturday January 30, 2010 at 10 am a Mass in her memory will be held at Most Holy Trinity Church, 320 East Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck, NY. A celebration of her life will follow the Mass. Contributions in her memory can be made to the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force, PO Box 634, Mamaroneck, NY 10543.

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2 comments to Christine A. Quain

  • Teri Guadagnolo Sinopoli

    I am so sorry to hear of Christine’s death. Her love of life, sparkling energy and smile are some of the fond memories of I have of her. She and my sister, Charlotte, were good friends. My deepest condolences to all of you. Teri Guadagnolo Sinopoli

  • Carol Cauley

    I, too, am very saddened by Chris’ death, my friend and colleague. She was a tireless advocate for our local food pantry and the people it serves. Chris was one of the founders of the Hunger Task Force and served as its Secretary for the past 16 years, writing hundreds of thank you letters every year to the generous people who contribute to the work of the Food Pantry. She was always on the lookout for a neighbor who might need help and was quick to sign them up for food from the Pantry. Chris’ smile would brighten your day, but she always chose to work “behind the scenes”. The Hunger Task Force will be forever grateful for her incredible dedication, and I feel a deep personal loss. My prayers are with her family and friends.