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Christina (Nina) Vivolo, 40 years young, passed away peacefully on Saturday February 24th, 2018 in her home in South Park Seattle.
Christina (Nina) is survived by her mother, Francis Vivolo, her Partner Bradley Bunnell, 3 children, Jasmine, Bradley Jr., Brianna, and her brothers, JoeWoody, and Antonia VIvolo.
She is predeceased by her father, Joseph Vivolo and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Vivolo. Leaving behind a host of first, second and third cousins.
Christina was born in Seattle Washington on February 12 th, 1978, to Francis and Joseph Vivolo. She attended Kent Meridian High School. She was a valued Warehouse Associate, at her place of employment and was on tract to grow with the company.
Christina (Nina) was a quiet young lady in her day to day life. However her quietness took a back seat when it came to how she lived and relationships with others. Christina showed great respect and love to her mother and friends. Those who have shared time in her life shared the same sentiment, as her mother.
Christina, was described by all those that knew her, and Loved her as “beautiful”, “My Friend- My world, My everything,” she had a heart of gold, “ “she was spiritual, nice to everyone she met; comfortable to be around, supportive to those troubled or with a need. A warm auntie, loving sister-n-law, “the little sister I didn’t have”; “ it is said Christina would give the shirt off her back to anyone in need. She never looked at race or put anyone down. “She wanted the lives of those around her to be easier”
Christina lived the life as her grandmother Green would say “ If you have nothing good to say about anyone, then it’s better off to say nothing at all”.
This was our Christina (Nina) Vivolo.