Christin Marie Deaton, 25, of Union City, OH passed away Jan. 22, 2014 as the result of an automobile accident.
She was born October 17, 1988 in Union City, IN to Joe and Tina Deaton.
She graduated in 2007 from Mississinawa Valley H.S. She was active in cheerleading for 5 years and gymnastics from age 3 until her junior year of High School. She also participated at Sandy’s School of Dance from age 3-17 and then became a Miller Highlight in her Senior year. Among Christin’s school and extracurricular activities she was very proud of one award in particular; in 2006 as a Junior, she received a scholarship on behalf of the members of the House of Representatives of the 126th General Assembly of Ohio for her outstanding essay she presented promoting Americanism in the 2005-2006 Voice of Democracy Audio Essay contest. Christin achieved academically and has many small awards and medals. She was a great student and classmate.
In September 2009 Christin was blessed with a precious baby girl, Aubrie Grace Deaton. Christin was a wonderful mother with the most loving heart. Christin had Aubrie enrolled in dance class and preschool. At such young age Aubrie was more than a daughter to Christin, she brought so much joy to her life and was her best friend. Mommy will be waiting for you in heaven my sweet angel.
Christin is survived by her daughter, Aubrie Grace Deaton, special friend, Rayne Honeycutt, parents, Joe and Tina Deaton, a sister, Josie Deaton, grandparents, Margaret (Kenny) Hatch and Sham (Marcia) Kiser. Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and great cousins also survive.
She was preceded in death by her: Grandfather Verlin E. Deaton, Cousin: Timothy J. Kiser, Uncle: Larry L. Kiser and her Great Grandparents. Friends may call Monday from 2-5 P.M. at Reichard Funeral Home Inc. 400 W. Deerfield Road Union City, Indiana. Memorial Services will be at 5:00 P.M. at the Funeral with Bruce Davison. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Aubrie Deaton Scholarship Fund at First Merchants Bank in Union City, Indiana with envelopes at the Funeral Home.