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Christina Galarza

Aug 30, 1983 - Nov 22, 2023

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Clearwater, FL

It is with profound sadness that TR Dallas Funeral and Cremation Services LLC. , bow with humble submission to the will of our heavenly Father, we deeply along with The Galarza Family are saddened by the passing of: Mrs. Christina Galarza of Dunedin, Florida formally of Maywood, Illinois, was born on Thursday, August 30, 1983, and transitioned from the troubles of this world at the age of 40 on Wednesday, November 22, 2023. Life Celebration Service will take place at a later date, once details h...Read More

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