Christina M. Ciocco

November 20, 1970 - October 31, 2021

Visitation: Wednesday, November 3, 2021, 9:30-10:45; Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry

Service: Wednesday, November 3, 2021, 11 am; Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry


Christina M. Ciocco
Age 50, of Cranberry Twp., passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 31, 2021 after a courageous battle with cancer. Born Nov. 20, 1970, daughter of Thomas and the late Cecelia “Juanita” Ciocco. Beloved companion of Kim Marshall; sister of Thomas L. Ciocco, and the late Lisa Ciocco; aunt of Nikita L (Brent) Flanders.

Chris spent her entire 30 year nursing career at Allegheny General Hospital. Most recently she was the assistant manager of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. Not only did she touch the lives of many patients but she was also a influential leader and mentor to nurses throughout the hospital. She always put her family, friends, and work before herself. Heaven is lucky to be getting such a beautiful angel.

Family and friends are welcome on Wednesday from 9:30-10:45 at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry, 2678 Rochester Road , Cranberry Twp. A celebration of life will be held at 11 am at the Funeral Home with Rev. Matt Klenk officiating.

Chris will also be sadly missed by her two cats Sidney and Bo. She would love for donations to be made to the foster program Pittsburgh Cat.
I’m lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in Chris’ name to Pittsburgh Cat. (Venmo @pittsburghcat)

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  • Robin Daller

    Chris was an amazing woman friend and nurse. She will be greatly missed.

  • Liane Santilli

    I was so deeply saddened to hear this news. She was one of the best nurses at the bedside. Always with a great attitude and smiling. When I would come up to a code and Christina was there, I knew we would have the help we needed. I pray for her to Rest In Peace! Prayers her family for comfort snd peace.

  • Giulia OKeeffe

    Such a lovely lady and excellent nurse. I will miss her smiling face and laughter we shared

  • Gretchen Muckle-Bungard

    Kim, I’m so sorry to hear about Chris. She was always so friendly and kind. AGH is losing a wonderful nurse. I’m going to miss seeing her in the halls of AGH. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Dawn Soltys

    So sorry for your loss. Chris was a friend to all who knew her. She was kind and funny and a joy to be around. I am happy to have known her and I hope your memories will bring comfort and healing.

  • Evy Ozanich

    Chris was a wonderful person nurse and leader. My sympathies to her family. She will be missed by all who knew her. RIP Chris she is certainly an angel in heaven

  • Gretchen Muckle-Bungard

    Kim, I’m so sorry to hear about Chris. She was always so friendly and kind. AGH is losing a wonderful nurse. I’m going to miss seeing her in the halls of AGH. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Julie Norman-Stark

    I am so deeply sorry and saddened to hear of Chris’ passing. She taught me so very much when I had the pleasure of working with her in CCU. Chris was an amazing individual, extremely talented as a nurse with a heart for all she met. I was a better person for having known her. May God keep her family in his living arms and provide peace in this time of great sorrow. Chris will forever be loved and remembered. The world was a better place with her in it.

  • Alice C Glaser

    My love and thoughts for all of the family and friends.
    Chris certainly kept an upbeat attitude and certainly had been a support to family and patients. Love, Alice

  • Raymond BenZa

    Chris was simply one of the best nurses I have ever worked with! An advocate for patients, strategic in the most stressful situations, and an ally by the bedside. It was a true honor to serve with her

  • Tami

    What a wonderful person a fantastic nurse and a great person.

  • Rose & Larry Romboski

    So sad to hear this news. Chris was such a bright light! So many great memories working with her in the CCU❤️ A tremendous RN and even more tremendous human being.

  • Michelle (Sherrod)Gillott

    I’m so sorry to hear this, Chris was a wonderful RN and friend. She was so funny and a great coworker.
    My sincerest sympathy to Kim and her family.

  • Patricia Cook

    RIP Christina, you have your wings.

  • Gail Love

    I am so so sorry to hear of Chris’s passing. She was a wonderful person always seeing the brighter side of every situation. I worked with her in CCU and she would always be the nurse by your side giving a hand. Nursing will be missing a great nurse with a big heart. ❤️ A friend for life you’ll be missed by all.

  • Lori Parke

    John and I are so sorry for your loss. Chris will always be remembered as a bright, funny, caring person. I loved working with her. Prayers for you all

  • Evy Ozanich

    Chris was a wonderful person nurse and leader. My sympathies to her family. She will be missed by all who knew her. RIP Chris she is certainly an angel in heaven

  • Thomas L Ciocco

    Chrissy you were so beloved and will be missed by everyone you ever touched. I know heaven will welcome you in with open arms and your wings are waiting for you. Tell Mom and Lisa and all the rest of the family we miss them and love them. Love always Tommy

  • Lyn lucas

    A wonderful person gone way too soon. I worked with Chris for many years. We went thru many ordeals at work but no matter what we always managed to have fun.
    I remember her
    Halloween parties and how much she luved them. Her mom was always there too. A fun lady too. Fly with the angels and be with your mom. I know there are no clowns in heaven.

 

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