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Christina R. (Yoder) Feinour
January 9, 2023
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On Monday, January 9th, 2023 our beloved Christina went to eternal rest after a brief battle with breast cancer at the age of 61. Christina was born in Allentown, PA to the late Chester, and Carol Yoder of Mertztown, PA on September 8th, 1961. She was a graduate of Brandywine Heights, class of 1980. After graduating, she spent her working career in different factories and warehouses, gaining many friends along the way.
Christina had been married to Ronald E. Feinour Jr., who later separated in 2002. She found the love of her life, Keith Moyer of Longswamp Township, PA, in 2017. Very quickly, she realized he was her true soulmate who gave her some of the happiest last years of her life. He made her smile and laugh so hard every day. Her whole family is truly grateful for him.
She leaves behind her only daughter, Peggy Stoss (Feinour), husband Jeremie, of Germansville, PA with her favorite grandchildren, Lauren and Landen. She made sure she never missed a holiday with them, and loved coming to her grandchildren's sporting events. Everything she did, she did for her family. With her daughter being her only child, she also considered her daughters friends like children while they were growing up and loved to "hang out" with them.
She also leaves behind her beloved sister, Brenda Greis (Yoder), husband Marlowe of Lenhartsville, PA. Brenda, along with their mother Carol spent a lot of time shopping, watching old movies, going out to eat, and just being together.
Christina was a simple person who worked hard, not needing much to keep her happy. She loved music and tv, especially her "oldies". Spending time with her friends and family was always the most important priority. She will be so greatly missed by everyone she knew.
Arrangements will be held privately at the family's discretion. A public Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date and time. We truly beleive she would want us all to reminisce and tell all of our happy stories.