Christina Frances Ladrillono
Mar 6, 1988 – Oct 23, 2018
Christina Frances Ladrillono, age 30, passed away peacefully on October 23, 2018, with her family at her side. Christina was born on March 06, 1988 in Seattle.
Christina attended Our Lady of Guadalupe Middle School and graduated from Seattle Lutheran High School in 2006. She attended one year at Western Washington University and returned to Seattle and attended Highline Community College, graduating with an Associate of Arts Degree in Business in 2010.
Christina’s career began with Fred Meyer, and after 7 years, she transitioned to the U.S. Postal Service working as a Windows Clerk PSE.
She lived life to the fullest and touched many lives with her loving way, and her smile and infectious laugh. Although her life was cut short she left all of us knowing that she had mental strength, terrific work ethic, loyalty, and determination.
She is survived by her mother Irma Alvarez and father Alfredo Ladrillono, her beloved dog Dino, and her uncles Hector Flores and Ariel Ladrillono, and Aunts Cynthia French, Patricia Chesterfield, Audrey Lutap, Rhonda Jablonski, and Rauline Ladrillono.
She is also survived by her cousins Erica and Heather Young, Christian Lutap and Charmaine Olsen, Kenneth Ladrillono and Ron-Louie Gonzales, Allen Ladrillono, Alyssa and AJ Ladrillono, her two god mothers, her two great aunts and many other close relatives.
A celebration of her life will be held at 10am on Tuesday, November 13, at Bonney-Watson Memorial Park, 16445 International Boulevard, SeaTac, Washington, followed by a reception gathering after the service.
Inurnment will be held at 2:00pm at Lakeview Cemetery.
Because of Christina's love for animals, and in lieu of flowers, please send donations to:
Animals In Need Rescue of Washington at:
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