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Christine Perkins Schuler Obituary - Hill Funeral Home

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 Friends may call 4 to 7 PM Friday, December 20, 2019 at HILL FUNERAL HOME, Westerville where services will be held at 10:30 AM Saturday. Interment Pioneer Cemetery. 

 

Dearest Chris, you were always a bright spot in the day. Your positive energy touched the lives of everyone around you; each of us was lucky to know you. We are forever grateful for your time here, and we are comforted to know that you are at peace.

Angela Casey

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Obituary for Christine Perkins Schuler

Christine Perkins Schuler 1954-2019

Christine Perkins Schuler

07/15/1954 - 12/14/2019

Christine Diane Schuler of Westerville, Ohio died peacefully in the comfort of her own home surrounded by family on December 14, 2019. She was a graduate from Westerville High School in 1972. Then she was in the dental field for over thirty years and loved dearly by all of her patients. Christine loved playing cards, Hallmark movies, amaretto sours, anything and everything Christmas, and dancing. Her determination and will to fight was an inspiration. She was strong, brave, courageous, beautiful, bold and a warrior. In life and in death. 

 

Christine was preceded in death by her parents (Charles and Patricia Perkins). She is survived by her husband, Blair of 46 years, son Robert (Scarlett) Schuler and daughters Michelle (Todd) Wright and Victoria (Derek) Priestas.  Christine has 8 grandchildren (Brendan, Alisa, Cody, Payton, Lainey, Broderick, Beckett and Macallister) and 4 great grandchildren (Skieghlyn, Braxton, Avery, and Colton). In addition, she is also survived by her brothers and sisters; John Perkins, Nancy Ferla, Cheryl Perkins, Jerry Perkins, Mary Jane Keleher, and Rick Perkins.  Christine was a loving daughter, wife, mother, sister, grandmother and friend to everyone.

 

Christine’s love for her family and friends was unconditional.  She was a woman of great character and a role model to all. Her outgoing personality drew others in. She didn’t know a stranger no matter where she was and she would give everything she had to help someone in need. 

 

Christine’s life was cut way too short because of many health issues.  The worst of which was rheumatoid arthritis. It eventually crippled her body and battered her spirit. This prevented her from living life the way she wanted and deserved.  Please help others from enduring this same pain. In lieu of flowers, financial donations can be made to the Arthritis National Research Foundation in memory of our mother. The website is curearthritis.org 

 

Mom, on earth and in heaven…  we love you to the moon and back.