Christina A. Fale
Christina Ann (Hammond) Fale 37, of East Providence passed away at home on January 14, 2016 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Chrissy was the wife of Shane Fale of East Providence. She was born in Covington, Kentucky on June 9, 1978 the daughter of the late Elizabeth (Casey) Hammond-Leighton of Providence and the late James Hammond of Kentucky. Chrissy grew up in Providence and lived in Florida, Massachussets, Texas, and Washington before moving back to Rhode Island. Chrissy is survived by her husband Shane; her sister, Jeanna Aquilante and her husband Ronald Aquilante of Cranston and their four children; her brother, James Hils and his wife Jamie Hils of Kentucky and their four children; many loving aunts, uncles, and cousins; her late mother Betty's husband, Michael Leighton, of Johnston, and his family; and many friends. She leaves three "fur-babies",Leia,Brady, and Bella,at home. Throughout her life, Chrissy loved to work with children, both in daycare and as a nanny to several families. She also spent time working with ReFocus, an assisted living facility for adults with differing abilities. She was planning to pursue a degree in Special Education. Diagnosed with endometrial adenosarcoma in the autumn of 2010 while living in Washington, Chrissy was given 5 months to live. She had other plans, and a lot of living to do. She researched her type of cancer tirelessly, as well as available treatments, often surprising her doctors with her insights and suggestions for her treatment. She supported others going through similar battles and made friends through support groups, in waiting rooms, and even while receiving chemo herself. She and Shane moved home to be closer to her family, and Chrissy continued to fight. The cancer returned twice more, the last time in January of 2015, when she was given 7 months to live. Chrissy didn't give up then either and happily celebrated Christmas and New Year's surrounded by family and friends. Calling Hours will be held at Butterfiled Home and Chapel 500 Pontiac Ave Cranston, RI on Monday January 18, 2016 from 4pm to 8pm. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Mary's Church 1525 Cranston St Cranston, RI on Tuesday January 19, 2016 at 11 am.
cathy Barber Morris - 01/17/2016
I am so sorry for your loss I new chrissy and her family since I was a young girl
She is at piece now. with the rest of the angles
Ruth E Funk - 01/17/2016
Prayers are with all families. R.I.P.
Darlene westerfield - 01/17/2016
My prayers and love are with you all. Chrissy was a very special lady and I loved her very much.I know she is with Jesus and other family that has passed God Bless you all
Rachael &Ged o'connor& Family - 01/17/2016
Our thoughts are with Shane&chrissy's family at this time.We both wouldve loved to have met Chrissy either over in America or back here in Newzealand.
We will miss seeing your beautiful face and hearing your kind&caring words on Facebook Buddy.
Say hi to all the loved ones from us.R.I.P Chrissy xox
Robin Desmond - 01/17/2016
You were and always will be a great inspiration to me. I will always keep you in my prayers. Rest in peace my friend.
Gloria Thompson - 01/17/2016
My thoughts are with u at this sad time.
Jo Smiley - 01/17/2016
Go with peace Chrissy! Spread those wings and fly like a butterfly on the wind! Love and Hugs to Shane and Chrissys family XX
YOUR FAVORATE BRO IN LAW - 01/18/2016
Chrissy you did the best you could do you put up one heck of a fight.YOU'll never be forgottin REST IN PIECE
Gina Vallante - 01/18/2016
Thoughts and prayers to all of the family.
carolyn and jim digilio - 01/18/2016
i am so sorry for your loss our prayers and thoughts are with you and the family she will be missed
Joan - 01/18/2016
My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. You fought a tough and courageous battle with strength, grace , I never heard you say"Why Me". You took the bull by the horns and took control. You will live on in hearts and memories of your family and friends ...God Bless
Kimberly Westerfield - 01/18/2016
My heart is heavy, Although, My tears are for happy times, she was such a strong women, she fought so hard and was such an inspiration to all, so loving and caring to everyone, Chrissy had a heart of gold. She might be gone, but totally will never be forgotten. Much love to the family and just know im thinking of you all across the miles.
Your fav bro inlaw - 01/30/2016
Chrissy i hope all is well i miss our early morning tex now i just talk to myself its not the same chrissy i love you and miss you always Your FBI
Fav bro inlaw - 01/30/2016
"PS" i will be coming to visit you today