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Christina James Fought, 44, most recently of Gilbert, AZ, passed away on September 24, 2016 of a sudden illness.  Christina was born July 19, 1972 in Hollywood, CA.  She is survived by her husband, John M Fought, of 20 years, and their four young children, Jake, Rachel, Megan, and Ben. She is also survived by her mother Julia L Smith of Leesburg, VA, her sisters, Kim, Wendy, Julia, Melissa, Rebecca and her brothers, Ryan, David, Paul and Bradley.  She leaves behind numerous loving relatives and friends.

Christina grew up in the Northern, VA area. She graduated from Mount Vernon High School and attended the University of Maryland.  She worked as a real estate agent as well as a dental assistant. She enjoyed meeting new people and cultivating new friends. Most of all, her passion was her family, where she dedicated her life to the health and growth of her family. 

A memorial service celebrating her life will be held Wednesday, Sept 28, 2016 at 10am at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home Chapel, 21809 S Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142. 

The family suggests memorials be made in her name to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).

 

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4 responses to “Christina James Fought”

  1. Chris Ferrell says:

    Christina, I will miss you, your laugh and your spunky sense of humor. A little sparkle in all of our lives is missing without you.

  2. Gabbi Bernal says:

    Christina,
    I will forever be grateful to have known you for the past 5 plus years. You were funny, witty, and I loved your comebacks to my smart remarks. You were such a down to earth and kind person. I know how fiercely you loved your children and how much time and energy you put into making them good little people. You will truly be missed by me and the rest of your Seville Family. Rest in peace my friend. I miss you already.

  3. Jaime Sabin says:

    Christina,
    I did not know you personally but our daughters met at Payne Jr. High. My daughter was new to the school and your daughter was nice and sweet to my daughter from the very first day. You know children like that were taught kindness from their parents. Please know my daughter will support and be strong to help Megan at school or when ever she needs. I pray for your family to find peace in all the memories they have made with you and that they know No matter the Day, No Matter the Time you will be with them.

  4. Mya says:

    Ms. Christina
    I’m so sad that I never had the chance to meet you. You’re daughter Megan is one of my best friends and I’d like to thank you for raising her to be such a sweet, thoughtful, caring, sensitive, talented, beautiful girl. Not a day goes by when she doesn’t think of you. It makes me so sad to think of how wonderful you are and I never got to meet you. I know that you will get to see your family again one day, but until then take care. I want you to know that me and Megan’s other friends will take care of her.
    ❤️

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Christina James Fought


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Christina James Fought, 44, most recently of Gilbert, AZ, passed away on September 24, 2016 of a sudden illness.  Christina was born July 19, 1972 in Hollywood, CA.  She is survived by her husband, John M Fought, of 20 years, and their four young children, Jake, Rachel, Megan, and Ben. She is also survived by her mother Julia L Smith of Leesburg, VA, her sisters, Kim, Wendy, Julia, Melissa, Rebecca and her brothers, Ryan, David, Paul and Bradley.  She leaves behind numerous loving relatives and friends.

Christina grew up in the Northern, VA area. She graduated from Mount Vernon High School and attended the University of Maryland.  She worked as a real estate agent as well as a dental assistant. She enjoyed meeting new people and cultivating new friends. Most of all, her passion was her family, where she dedicated her life to the health and growth of her family. 

A memorial service celebrating her life will be held Wednesday, Sept 28, 2016 at 10am at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home Chapel, 21809 S Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142. 

The family suggests memorials be made in her name to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).

 

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4 responses to “Christina James Fought”

  1. Chris Ferrell says:

    Christina, I will miss you, your laugh and your spunky sense of humor. A little sparkle in all of our lives is missing without you.

  2. Gabbi Bernal says:

    Christina,
    I will forever be grateful to have known you for the past 5 plus years. You were funny, witty, and I loved your comebacks to my smart remarks. You were such a down to earth and kind person. I know how fiercely you loved your children and how much time and energy you put into making them good little people. You will truly be missed by me and the rest of your Seville Family. Rest in peace my friend. I miss you already.

  3. Jaime Sabin says:

    Christina,
    I did not know you personally but our daughters met at Payne Jr. High. My daughter was new to the school and your daughter was nice and sweet to my daughter from the very first day. You know children like that were taught kindness from their parents. Please know my daughter will support and be strong to help Megan at school or when ever she needs. I pray for your family to find peace in all the memories they have made with you and that they know No matter the Day, No Matter the Time you will be with them.

  4. Mya says:

    Ms. Christina
    I’m so sad that I never had the chance to meet you. You’re daughter Megan is one of my best friends and I’d like to thank you for raising her to be such a sweet, thoughtful, caring, sensitive, talented, beautiful girl. Not a day goes by when she doesn’t think of you. It makes me so sad to think of how wonderful you are and I never got to meet you. I know that you will get to see your family again one day, but until then take care. I want you to know that me and Megan’s other friends will take care of her.
    ❤️

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