Lindon, Utah -
Christine Gail (Channell) Hill was age 62 when she died on December 15, 2021.
She was born on February 27 ,1959 in San Diego California to R. Reed Channell and Barbara Lois (Winther) Channell.
She married Adam Martin Hill on July 30, 1985.
Chris graduated from Utah Valley Community College as a nurse and worked over 25 years at Wasatch Mental Health. She served a health welfare mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Philippines where she met Adam and has never stopped serving others. She liked dancing, singing, acting, Harry Potter and the beach, but her greatest joy came from her family.
She is survived by her husband Adam Martin Hill, 4 children; Amy Morris (Shan), Steven Hill (Shelly), Brent Hill (Brianna), and Hayley Killpack (Nick); her siblings Jeanne Channell, Paul Channell (Alma), Larin Channell (Sherrie); and 13 grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her father R. Reed Channell, mother Barbara Channell and brother Ron Channell.
A private graveside service for Christine's immediate family will be held - however, Affordable Funerals and Cremations will be livestreaming the graveside service for those who would like to virtually attend. Please see livestreaming information below.
A celebration of life will be held Tuesday December 21st at 1pm at Lindon 14th ward chapel at 320 west 500 north, Lindon Utah 84042
To join by zoom:
a. Go to zoom.us in any internet browser
b. Click “join meeting”
c. Enter the meeting id - 8012878233
d. A box will open saying “https://zoom.us wants to open this application”. Click “open zoom”
e. Click “Join with Computer Audio”
f. Click “Mute” in the bottom left hand corner so that your audio does not interrupt the services
I'm so sorry for your loss. I never new her , but your a great guy. God bless you.
We just heard of Christine's death. We are sending our condolences to you, Adam and your family. We also send our love to you. Jim and Thelma Howerton
We’re so grateful to have been blessed to have Chris as a sister. We love her and know she will be busy on the other side of the veil, working to help her family in any way she is able.
I loved working with your mom. She was always so loving and kind to the patients and the people she worked with. She was such a blessing in my life. She was very positive and encouraging to me. She has a special place in my heart. I am sorry I cannot come to her funeral since I live in New Mexico now. Prayers for your family for God’s love to be around you.