Christine Elaine Lamm Wagner, 64, of Uniontown and formerly of Louisville, passed away January 29, 2021, after a lengthy and courageous battle against cancer. Born July 17, 1956, to Earl and Louise (Keenan) Lamm, Christine was a graduate from Louisville High School in 1974. On April 2, 1983, Christine married her devoted husband, Don Wagner. Christine was a great inspiration to her family and her grandchildren. She was an example of a dedicated mother who continuously made sacrifices for her children and grandchildren. As a genuine Christian, Christine was a loving homemaker, who also maintained a small sewing business, Merinda Mae at Home. Weekends for Christine were often filled as a vendor at craft shows throughout Northeast Ohio. Christine also enjoyed studying history, especially Thomas Jefferson. She enjoyed traveling to Monticello, Williamsburg, the Smoky Mountains, and Walt Disney World. Christine spent her life helping others in the Canton area. For many years, she was a VBS director, Sunday School teacher, and librarian for Faith Community Church formally Christian Tabernacle. During the ‘80s, she was employed by the Stark County Democratic Women’s Club.
Christine is preceded in death by father, Earl, and granddaughter, Ava.
Christine will be dearly missed by her husband, Don Wagner; 4 children: Rebecca (Chris) Beck, Tara (Jason) Marteney, Merinda (Nathan) Leaman, and Jordan (Laura) Wagner; 6 grandchildren: Lily, Casey, Emily, Ridge, Anna, & Declan; 3 brothers: Dale (Julia) Lamm, James Lamm, Jeffrey (Debbi) Lamm; 1 sister: Laura (Ed) Buller; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Family may be greeted from 11-12 p.m. on Wednesday, February 3, at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home, 303 South Chapel St., Louisville. A graveside service celebrating Christine’s life will follow at Henry Warstler Cemetery, 2633 55th St. NE, Canton. Those attending the services are asked to please wear a proper protective mask and practice safe distancing requirements. Memorial donations in Christine’s name may be made to the Dystrophic Epidermolysis Research Association of America (DEBRA). Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.paqueletfalk.com
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