Christine E. Marston

1960 ∼ 2020

Christine E. Marston, 60, of East Falmouth, died suddenly, on September 7, 2020 at Cape Cod Hospital. She was the beloved wife of Kenneth Marston, for whom she shared 31 wonderful years of marriage together.

Christine was born June 11, 1960 to Russell and Karen (Hedberg) Williams in Anchorage, AK. She was raised in Alaska and it was there she graduated from high school. After meeting her husband, Ken, at a wedding, the two married and eventually started a family of their own. The couple relocated to Cape Cod, where they spent the last 22 years as East Falmouth residents.

Christine became accustomed to Cape Cod quickly and had a deep love of going to the beach. She could often be found in her garden, planting flowers, and love to go bowling with family and friends. Christine was also an avid reader, and constantly kept her mind busy with a good crossword puzzle. More than anything, Christine loved spending time with her family and will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She was a strong person having survived a battle with cancer for many years.

In addition to her beloved husband, Ken, Christine is survived by her children, Tyler Marston and her fiancé Adrian Baird, of Plymouth, MA, Brooke Marston, of East Falmouth, and Nicholas Marston, of East Falmouth; her cherished grandson Gregory Gatti; her father Russell Williams; and half-brother Mark Williams. She was predeceased by her mother, Karen Williams, and brother Steve Williams. Services will be private.

Christine E. Marston

1960 ∼ 2020

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