Christina M. Allen, 59, of Zelienople formerly of New Castle passed away unexpectedly on Monday, August 7, 2017 at UPMC Passavant Hospital.
Born September 27, 1957 in Ellwood City, she was the daughter of the late Anthony and Angeline Quintana Sbarro.
Chris graduated from Mohawk High School and Jameson School of Nursing. She was a Registered Nurse at UPMC Montefiore Hospital in Pittsburgh. She lived her life for her children and grandchildren.
Survivors include children, Mark S. (Jenna A.) Milone and Leonard, Jauan, Julius Allen, all of Zelienople, Nicole Allen of Pittsburgh; three sisters, Carmella (Glen) Russell of West Pittsburg, Linda (George) Thomas of Chippewa, Ellen (Frank) Bekoski of Bessemer; brother, Anthony (Joan) Sbarro of Shenango Twp.; and seven grandchildren, Mark Jr, Marissa, Tyler, Rylee, and Maleah Milone, and Drake and Kyrie Allen.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard Allen, son, Joseph Milone, and a brother, Thomas Sbarro.
Visiting hours will be held on Thursday August 10 from 4 until the time of the funeral service at 7 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home, 341 Main Street Wampum. Rev. James Downs will officiate.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
We are so sorry for your loss. Chrissy was very much a part of my childhood years. You have our heart felt prayers and deepest sympathy.
Patty and Mike Boyce and family
We are so sorry to hear of Chrissy’s untimely passing. God’s Peace be with you at this difficult time.
With Deepest Sympathy & Prayers,
Carl and Roberta Karner
So sorry for your loss. Wishing you peace at this sad time. You’re in my thoughts and prayers love Jane
To Chris’s family,
I am so sorry that you lost Chris. She lived to take care of you all and even though there were days that someone was “driving her crazy” she loved you all so much and often bragged about this one or that one of her family. I worked with Chris on 8 West for many years. I was the nursing clinical instructor from Pitt. Chris was always helping to teach my students her little tricks of the trade or how to get something done for her patients. She was tough on the outside, but we all know that she had a heart of gold!! She will be sorely missed by her co-workers, patients and most of all by her family. Chris never gave up no matter what was going on at home, kitchen fires, car trouble etc. She always believed that she could make things better. She was such a strong women. Please try to remember that about her. You also need to remember how she loved to cook for her family. She will be watching from heaven. You all will be in my prayers and have my deepest sympathy.
My sincerest condolences to the entire family. I am fortunate enough to have known her.