Christina M. “Chrissy” Riley, 24, of McConnellsburg, was called home to be with the Lord on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019.

She was born Wednesday, July 27, 1994, at Bon Secours Holy Family Hospital in Altoona, a daughter of Gregory D. Riley and Malinda A. (Ramsey) Riley of Aurora, Indiana.

In addition to her parents, she is survived by her sister, Jessica Paige Riley of Aurora; two brothers, Charles Earl Riley and William Fredrick Riley of Aurora, Indiana; great-grandparents, Robert and Edith Ramsey of Imler; grandparents Randy and Malinda (Lamborn) Ramsey of Imler; aunts and uncles, Amanda Ramsey of McConnellsburg, Richard Riley Jr. and wife, Sharon, of Hopewell, Victor David Riley and wife, Debra, of Lancaster, Lynette Delozier of Everett, and Rachel Imler and husband, Jesse, of Everett; and many loving cousins, friends and their families.

She was preceded in passing away by her paternal grandparents, Richard Riley Sr., and wife, Helen Riley.

Chrissy attended church with her family at the Everett Assembly of God, previously attended Northern Bedford County High School, and worked as a screen printer for Photo This in Chambersburg. An artist who was talented with drawing and painting, Chrissy also enjoyed making and buying costumes for any event. She was a lover of all pets and animals who adopted many lost and homeless pets, and truly loved her pet pit bull Izzy Bits. With great enthusiasm, she was always ready for her next adventure, be it going to the movies with her brothers and sister or attending a concert with family and friends. She will be truly missed for the laughter and love she shared so willingly.

Private services will be held by her family and memories may be shared online at Arrangements by Dalla Valle Funeral Service, Main Street, Everett.

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