Kristina Rashelle DeGregori

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Kristina (Krisi) Rashelle DeGregori

January 29, 1977-April 21, 2023

Sister, Daughter, Friend

Preceded in death by her fiance, Alejandro Grenado.

Survived by her Mother, Serena Garner (Gary), Father, John J. DeGregori, Grandparents Joseph and Delores DeGregori, Sisters Katrina Burgess, Desiree Salem (Robert), Amy Hoopes (Marshall), Brothers, Trevor Messer, John DeGregori.

Kristina graduated from the University of Alabama, Birmingham in 2001, working her way through after graduating from Chelsea High School in 1996.

She touched lives in so many ways, teaching us to be strong and patient, and always encouraged charity.

A unique and genuine person, Krisi was like a candle that lit up our hearts with love, happiness and wisdom.

She will be forever missed. Every day will be difficult without her, but we look for the day that we see her again in God's glory. Until then, she will be with us in spirit.

Visitation will be held at Holy Transfiguration Melkite Greek Catholic Church, 8501 Lewinsville Road, McLean, VA on Friday, April 28 from 2-3 pm ending with Trisagion Prayers

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to the ASPCA

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  1. Q: What will you never forget about Kristina?

    A: I will always remember what a dog lover Krissy was. She was nice enough to dog sit for our little Charlie a few times and she always took such good care of him and always asked about him when we would run into each other. To be honest Charlie was a challenging dog at times and she always loved him like her own. Thank you Krissy!! The Madison Family misses you and prays you are in a peaceful, happier place!

  2. When I was younger and my Aunt Desi was getting married we went and stayed at my Aunt Krisi’s house for the night to get ready the next morning. I thought having a sleepover with her and her boyfriend was the most exciting thing that ever could happen. I got to sleep in one of her shirts and spend time with her and then the next morning we got ready together and had so much fun. She was always so caring and loved me and my brother so much!

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