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Christine M Judge
February 28, 1987 ~ October 22, 2023 (age 36) 36 Years Old
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It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Christine Marie Judge who died unexpectedly on Sunday, October 22, 2023. Christine may not have “lived to comb gray hair,” but she fit a lot of living into the limited time she had during her brief 36 years. We will cherish every single memory we have from those years, and we will think of her with each and every day to come.
Christine leaves behind a loving mother and father, Maria and Frank Judge; a younger sister, Elyse Judge Griffin, and brother-in-law, Keith Griffin, Jr.; as well as more cousins, aunts, and uncles than we can count . . . all forming a circle of love and support for Christine in the past and for Frank, Maria, and Elyse as we carry her memory forward.
Christine was born on a bitterly cold New England winter day on February 28, 1987. (“After over 24 long hours of labor,” as her mother often reminded her!) She was an easy going baby… hardly ever crying or fussing. And as a child, she continued with her self-soothing ways as you could often find her on a Sunday morning curled up in front of the fireplace, reading the comics or devouring a good book, with a bowl of her favorite cereal.
To Christine (or CJ as she was fondly called by close friends and family) “all the world was a stage.” Active in drama as well as speech and debate clubs in high school, CJ lit up and was transformed whenever she was on the stage. Christine was an original (one-of-a-kind), always standing up for what she believed in, even when it wasn’t popular.
Her passion for the written word continued into adulthood as she completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism at Boston University in 2009. And she could not have been more thrilled when she got her first job at the Boston Globe after graduation. Christine continued to pursue her dreams professionally while positioning herself equally in the writing, publishing, and technology worlds. She loved nothing more than using her analytical mind to solve problems and to articulate simple, elegant solutions.
Christine was an intensely private person who was very hesitant to share if she was struggling. But it was the empathy that grew out of her struggles that caused her to always seethe good in people, to be quick to forgive, and to always give second chances. We are all kinder and better people for knowing her and for having her in our lives for the time that we did.
We are grateful that she is now at peace. Rest sweetly CJ, until we meet again.