Christina (Tina) Marie Nestorovich (nee Frolick)
Christina (Tina) Marie Nestorovich (nee Frolick) passed away Thursday April 30, 2015 at the age of 44 in Edmonton, Alberta after a long battle with Crohns Disease.
She was born February 27, 1971 in Fort St.John, British Columbia to Richard Frolick and Sandra Lukes. The family moved to Grande Prairie, Alberta where she attended Swanavon and Holy Cross Catholic School before going on to attend Grande Prairie Regional College. She met her loving husband Raymond in 1996 while working at the Stanford Hotel. She made the move to Edmonton and the two were married September 22, 1999.
Though her disease caused her many problems, when able, she enjoyed camping and travelling with her family.
She was predeceased by her parents, Sandra and Rick.
Christina is survived by her husband Ray, her three children Sandra (Chris), Harry (Dawn) and Sheldon and her five grandchildren, Drayden, Lexis, Hannah, Wilhelm, and Rosealie. She also leaves behind her two sisters Tracey (Warren) and Tammy (Gary), two brother-in-laws Dale (Lori) and Brian, mother in law Elsie, step mother Ruth and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Cremation has taken place and the family would invite family and friends to attend the final interment at a later date.
The family is grateful for the condolences and ask that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in Christina's memory to Crohns and Colitis Canada (crohnsandcolitis.ca).
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Dear Ray and family
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family at this sad time. May the many memories of Tina help you through this difficult time.
Hugs and love your way.
Uncle Vic and Auntie Vi
ps. if we can get someone to drive us in we will attend he memorial.
I have known Tina since we were 14 years old. We were best friends, when Sandra was about 2 we lost touch. She was an amazing and full of life teenager, we had a lot of fun and a lot of laughs. I will always remember her as a smiling, happy teenager. I would like to offer my sincerest condolences to her family.
“For some moments in life there are no words”.
We are so sorry to hear about Tina’s passing.
With warm thoughts,
Chris and Kelly
Ray – Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. May memories keep Tina close to your hearts and bring you comfort in the days ahead.
Our condolences Ray and kids. I am so sorry we were not able to attend the service on May 28th, however, you have been in my heart and throughts all day long. Take care and know you and your family are never forgotten by us. Luv Aunt Sandra and Uncle Dan.
Ray & Family
Thank you for everything you did for my sister to make her memorial, memorable and special. It was truly beautiful and appreciated by all of her family & friends. She will always remain in our hearts and mémoires forever. My thoughts, my love and prays are always with you. Please keep in touch. I love you all very much.
Ray & Family,
Thank you for making my sister’s memorial memorable & special, it was truly beautiful and appreciated by her family. My thoughts and love are with you always. Please keep in touch. I love you all very much.
Ray & Family
It was a pleasure to finally meet you and see the boys again and to finally see Sandra all grown up. Due to circumstances I lost track of the girls for a lot of years but I still have memories of Tina when she was young. She always was a vibrant little girl, who, even at a young age, looked out for her younger sisters. I saw her again once when Sandra was a baby, Christmas of 1988. I wish you and your family all the best in this trying time and can only hope you find comfort in the children you had together as they are her legacy. We will miss her, but she will stay with us in our hearts and memories. Take care