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Kristine S. Elliott

April 25, 1969 — May 12, 2022


Kristine Susan Elliott, 53, longtime resident of Chicago left us unexpectedly on May 12th at home.

Youngest and beloved daughter of late Kenneth (Ted) Elliott & Sharron (Elliott) Trimm. Loving sister of Keith (Susan) Elliott, Kimberly Wilson, & Kevin (Amy) Elliott. Cherished aunt of Matthew, Andrew (Amy), Quinton (Lily) Wilson, and Ammanda Elliott.

Kristine Susan Elliott was born April 25th, 1969 in Moline to Kenneth & Sharron Elliott. She graduated from Moline Senior High School and Illinois State University, majored in Mathematics and Statistics. She spent over ten years as a Supplier Performance Manager for a major hardware company. For the past five years, Kris enjoyed her early retirement by spending a lot of time with loved ones, and taking in as many Cubs' games and vacations as possible.

Our Kris found a friend in every room, loved by all who knew her, known as a loving mother to a variety of animals over the years, and will always be remembered as THE CHICAGO CUBS’ #1 FAN.

She had always wished to spend eternity like her beloved father and will be cremated. A small family visitation will be held Sunday afternoon and a Celebration of Life to follow on Monday afternoon for family and friends. Please see Kris’s Facebook for further details on Monday celebration. 

In lieu of flowers, Kris’s family requests donations to Sarah’s Circle and local LGBT+ organizations, which they know would bring Kris the most joy to continue the fight for equality and against homelessness.



Aftercare entrusted to Chicagoland Cremation options of Schiller Park, IL.

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