Christina Lynn Moakler
Christina Lynn Moakler
  • September 10, 1978 - October 25, 2014
  • Arizona

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Christina Lynn Moakler was born at Desert Samaritan Hospital on September 10, 1978 to John R. Moakler and Vickie Lynn Toliver. Christina went to be with the Lord on October 25, 2014. She is survived by her parents; sister Michelle Renee Hayes; brothers John Ryan and Jeffrey Moakler; grandparents Mickey and Freda Toliver; nieces Kyla and Savannah Hayes; step-mother Kathy Moakler; aunts and uncles Michael and Tricia Moakler, Rob & Linda McDaniel, Andy & Susan Hangartner, Tim and Sheri Moakler, Mark, Johnny and Wanda Toliver; cousins Jody, Jamie, Casey, Tanya, and Sophia Toliver; Bryan, Andrew and Stephanie Hangartner, Tiffany Zimmerman, Robbie McDaniel, Kelly Martin, Jessica Dugan, Jack and Sammy Moakler, Lisa Long and Jennifer Bailey. She was preceded in death by Jack and Joan Moakler.

Christina attended Grace Community School, Connolly Middle School and McClintock High School. Christina graduated from Arizona State University on December 14, 2001 and was awarded a B.S. in tourism and marketing.

She worked at the family business, Toliver's Carpet One, for over 10 years in the design department and window coverings. For over 15 years, Christina was in the restaurant industry working at several high profile venues such as Maestros, Eddie V's, Eddie's House, Cowboy Ciao, Z Tejas and Pig & Pickle. She was dedicated to providing excellent service to her customers. She strove for perfection. Her dedication and drive to be the best was evident in the relationships she created during her career. Always available to co-workers, friends, family or customers; Christina's big heart was open to all.

She loved her dog Delilah of 16 years and Lola was her new Princess.

Christina's love for people was equaled by her love of Mexico; especially La Penita and Rincon De Guayabitos. She spent much of her lifetime in Rincon De Guayabitos; making close friendships with many people for over 30 years.

Christina was loved by all and will be missed forever. Her smile and laughter were contagious and will shine in our hearts forever.