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Christine Lynn Brown

Christine Lynn Brown of Langhorne passed away peacefully on Sunday, April 18, 2021 at Jefferson Bucks Hospital.  She was 38.

Born in New Brunswick, NJ Christine was the beloved daughter of Debra Brown and the late William F. Brown.

Christine was a fiercely independent woman who was not afraid to tell you what she thought or how she felt. She had a soft spot for any animal in need and was never afraid to give them love and a home, no matter whose home that may be. She worked many jobs and no matter where she worked, she gave her full effort but more importantly had fun and made friends while doing so. She worked as a Veterinary assistant and began taking classes to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. She enjoyed listening to country music and her Chevrolet truck, but most of all cherished being a mother to her loving sons.

Christine will be greatly missed, but eternally loved and remembered by everyone who has had the pleasure to have been in her life and loved by her.

In addition to her mother Debra, Christine is survived by her loving sons; Stephen and Aiden Mellen.  She is also survived by her brother Jonathan Brown, uncle John Eriksson, aunt Marie Knox, cousins Crystal Wade, Julian Eriksson, Holden Eriksson, sister-in-law Gabriela Brown, niece Catherine Brown, and nephew Nicholas Brown.

Services and interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to SAVE Animal Shelter https://savehomelessanimals.org/donate/

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