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Christine A. Cook

Christine A. Cook

October 22, 2020

Christine A. Cook, 67, of the Chippewa County Town of Wheaton, passed away Thursday, October 22, 2020, at her home.

She was born on August 10, 1953, in Chippewa Falls, the daughter of Bernard and Shirley (Stoffel) Boos. Christine attended UW Stout and upon graduating became a teacher at Saint Olaf, Saint Charles, and Holy Ghost Catholic Schools until her retirement.

Christine really enjoyed teaching kids, even in retirement. She liked to spend time with her family & friends as well as her dog, “Buster.” Her many hobbies included, biking, hiking, rollerblading, paddleboat, and fishing. Her life was centrally focused on her nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly.

Survivors include her son, Scott Mueller of Chippewa Falls; two brothers, Wayne (Teri) Boos of Oconto, WI, and David Boos of Chippewa Falls; a sister, Lynn (Daniel) Reischel of Bloomer; and by her nieces, nephews, and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her parents; and her husband, Lee.

Graveside memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, October 29, 2020, at Forest Hill Cemetery in Chippewa Falls with Deacon Dan Rider officiating.

Thompson Funeral Home & Chippewa Valley Cremation Services in Bloomer is serving the family.

Visitation

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Service

Graveside memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, October 29, 2020, at Forest Hill Cemetery in Chippewa Falls

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Condolences

  • Kathy Krieger Chris taught my son when he was in first grade at St.Olaf. She was an amazing teacher who touched many children's and parent's lives. She always made children feel so welcomed in her classroom. Chris was always so positive, energetic, and happy. She made the world a brighter place. She will be missed.
    Kathy Krieger

    November 2 at 1:55pm

  • Bob and Mary Sue Briggs Dear Scott, Tom and family,
    My happy memories of Chris make you smile whenever you think of her and may knowing she is with Jesus bring you peace and comfort. We worked together for many years and I will always remember she had a different pair of earrings for every event and occasion! She was a friend to many and teacher for all. We were lucky enough to enjoy lunch with her and Tom a few weeks before she passed. A memory for us to have forever. God Bless you all. Bob and Mary Sue

    October 27 at 10:29am

  • Brian and Barb Dulmes Scott, we are so sorry to hear about your mom. She was a wonderful lady that touched many young children. Take care of yourself.

    October 26 at 7:31pm

  • Brian and Phyllis Schneider So sorry Scott and family for the loss of your precious. mom, sister, etc. Our thoughts and prayers thru this difficult time are with you.

    October 26 at 6:32AM

  • Joanne Blount To Scott and Lynn and family.
    Your Mom ,Scott, and Lynn, your big sister was the best friend a person could have had. She was always upbeat with a bubbling personality . She in her earlier years was ready to try anything once and hard to keep up with. She was a shoulder to cry on, a ready ear to listen to, the kindest heart in the world. We had some very fun trips and times. I will miss her terribly! May she rest in peace.
    BFF Joanne

    October 25 at 9:53PM

  • Patti Blount I'm sorry for hearing about the passing of Chris. She was a dear friend to my parents and our family. She will be loved and missed by everyone. Sympathy to the family during this difficult time.

    Patti Blount

    October 25 at 5:31PM

  • Rita J. Nowak My deepest sympathy and prayers. I worked with Chris at St. Charles School. She was always so positive. I always enjoyed seeing what holiday/seasonal earrings and attire she would be wearing. She was a farm girl through and through as an assortment of cow themed items were evident in her classroom and office. Rita Nowak

    October 25 at 11:40AM

  • Jennifer Armstrong Teachers plant the seeds of knowledge that will last forever. I just love Chris, great teacher, mother and mentor. Plenty of good times and laughs. She was one of the best. Peace ☮️

    October 24 at 10:49AM

  • Nancy Korger Haley I am so sorry to hear about Chris. I remember seeing you guys at St Peters for some breakfast before all this Covid thing. I knew she was quite ill. I just didn't know how ill. May she meet her hubby, mom and dad and other relatives in a peaceful place with no suffering!

    October 23 at 2:29PM

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