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In Loving Memory

Christine Dyan Martin

Christine Dyan Martin was born on July, 7, 1966 to Fred and Sandra (nee Illert) Byerley in St. Louis, MO and entered into rest on Thursday, November 23 at the age of 57.

Christine was the loving wife of 31 years to Daniel H. Martin. Dear mother of Jonathan (Savanna) Martin. Dear sister of Mark (Shannon) Byerley, Brian (Lisa) Byerley, and Paul (Tonya) Byerley. Dear mother-in-law, niece, aunt, cousin, and friend to many.

She had a distinguished career as a Federal Auditor and CPA. Christine was also an avid runner, and hiker who enjoyed camping.

SERVICES: Funeral Service will held at Kutis South County Funeral Home 5255 Lemay Ferry Road on Tuesday, November 28 at 11:00 am. A Visitation will be held on Monday, November 27 from 4:00-8:00 pm. Internment at Resurrection Cemetery. Contributions in her honor appreciated to Basket of Hope, PO Box 510860, St. Louis, MO 63151 and/or American Cancer Society PO Box 6704Hagerstown , MD 21741


13 thoughts on “Christine Dyan Martin”

  1. Chris was so kind and caring to me and everyone she met. I was fortunate to work with her for many years and she was so excited to spend time with family on her many vacations to National parks and other beautiful places. I was proud to learn she was an outstanding athlete at SIUe my Alma mater. But she was much more than that. She was and is an angel. I a can still see her running like the wind down Brentwood boulevard. God Bless you Dan and Jonathan and her entire Family. Vince Fassi

  2. Dear Jonathan, Dan and Family,
    Christine was always helpful, kind and fun to work with. She was always so happy to show photos of her outings anywhere she traveled.

  3. Dear Dan and family,

    I was so sorry to hear of Chris’s passing! I enjoyed working with her for many years. She was such a sweet and compassionate person. I remember her care in helping others around her. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

    • Dan and Jonathan,

      My heart breaks for you and your family. I worked with Chris for a very long time at DCAA. Chris was always there if we needed a smile, a way to get things done, or a reminder to be kind with each other. She was so proud of her family and happily shared your accomplishments and how much she loved both of you.

      My continued prayers for you and your family.

  4. To Dan and Jonathan, may Chris be welcomed into heaven and may she be remembered as a strong person who livEd and loved her life to the fullest. May God bless you Dan especially in your time of grief. Chris was both your best friend and love of your life!! You were blessed to have had her!

  5. Dan and Jonathan, I was Chris’ supervisor at DCAA and enjoyed working with her. She was always very diligent and as mentioned by many, compassionate. Her actions said more than a thousand words and she will be missed. At the service today, I was impressed with what a great life she lived. As the pastor mentioned, we all will have the memories she left us.

  6. Dear Dan,
    My sincere condolences to you, Jonathan and your families. May many prayers, much love and healing be bestowed upon you.
    Cyndi Weinmann Evans


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