Christina Diane Adams Booth passed away Tuesday, August 9, 2022, from injuries sustained from a motor vehicle accident. She was born on Thursday, May 21, 1964, in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. At the time of her death, she was a resident of Portage, Indiana. She was 58.
Christina was always the center of every room she entered. Her presence attracted a strong orbit of friends and family members. It didn’t matter if she was in her kitchen, at an outdoor barbecue, or volunteering at the Little League concession stand: if she was there, then there were people surrounding her with a smile. One of her favorite hobbies involved sitting around with a big cup of coffee and reminiscing humorous anecdotes. Her laugh was contagious, and could last for hours.
All she cared about was her family. Her grandchildren were the light of her life and the cause of immense joy throughout the years. Not a day passed without her telling someone how proud she was of them, and she always meant it. Her heart was always sincere.
She loved so many people, and she was loved by just as many.
Some of her favorite books were Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides and Flowers in the Attic by V. C. Andrews. She also devoured everything by Stephen King. Her favorite movie was True Romance. She loved The Rolling Stones.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Doris J. Hull Stouter, and her sister, Bonnie R. Johnson Laughman. She is survived by her husband, Max Booth, Jr.; three sons, James Brown, Jeremy Brown, Max (Lori) Booth III; one stepson, Ryan (Lisa) Booth; her father, Bruce Adams; her stepmother, Barbara Adams; three sisters, Rhonda J. (John) Blough, Diana L. (Skip) Sydnor, Anita K. (Jim) Leaman; one brother, Wayne W. Johnson; nine grandchildren, Anthony Brown, Samantha Brown, Chloe Brown, Xander Brown, Christina Brown, Melanie Brown, Maddox Brown, Logan Booth, Nolan Booth; one great-granddaughter, Violet Ann Menear; and honorary family member Emily (Jason) Sibbrell.
Please join the family for a dinner in remembrance of Christina on Sunday, August 21, 2022 at 5:00 PM at Paragon Restaurant, 1701 E. 37th Ave, Hobart, IN 46342.