Sharon Hubbard Obituary, Death – Christina Sharon Hubbard was a cherished daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin, and good friend, and her departure has left us with great sadness and broken hearts. We make this announcement with deep sorrow and shattered hearts. On November 16, 1986, Christina was brought into the world by her parents, Sharon Dersch and Doug Huff.
Early on in her life, she began taking piano lessons in addition to swimming, skiing, and hiking. She was a member of the Lethbridge Diving Club, obtained her lifeguard certification when she was 15 years old, and went on to become a beautiful pianist. She liked everything about being outside and would spend many hours in the mountains engaging in activities like skiing and hiking.
Christina had a gentle and compassionate spirit, and she was always looking for ways to assist those around her. Christina worked as a registered nurse at Chinook Regional Hospital after she graduated from the University of Lethbridge with a bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2009. There, she provided care, comfort, and support to patients. She was devoted to the field of nursing, had a high level of affection and esteem from her coworkers, and was held in high esteem by both nursing instructors and students due to the extraordinary guidance she provided.
Christina possessed a radiant grin that could light up even the darkest of days, and she almost never left the house without wearing it. When looking through her photographs, it was difficult to find any that did not capture the gleaming smile that characterized her joie de vivre. She brought unfathomable joy and happiness into the lives of a great many people, but none more so than the members of her own family.