Kristine "Kris" Pedigo

August 25, 1964 - August 02, 2023

Kristine "Kris" Pedigo

August 25, 1964 - August 02, 2023


Kristine “Kris” Pedigo, a beloved mother, friend, and graduate of the University of Portland Class of 1987, passed away on August 2, 2023 at the age of 58. She leaves behind a legacy of love, warmth, and cherished memories.

 Born on August 25, 1964, Kris lived a life filled with passion and purpose. She embarked on a journey of knowledge and growth, culminating in her graduation from the University of Portland with a degree that symbolized her dedication to education and personal growth.

 A woman of diverse interests, Kris found joy in various activities. She embraced the greens of the golf course, honing her skills while relishing the camaraderie of the game. Her strikes on the bowling alley showcased her competitive spirit, as well as her ability to connect with others through friendly competition. One of her favorite pastimes was shopping, especially when done in the company of her dear friends and family.

 Kris was a beacon of strength and love within her family. Her nurturing nature and unwavering support shaped the lives of those around her. She touched hearts with her kindness, compassion, and willingness to lend a helping hand.

 She is survived by her husband Frenchy, son Joss, mother Jan, and brothers Tim and Rob, who will forever hold her memory close to their hearts. While she may no longer be physically present, her spirit lives on in the stories, laughter, and love that she shared with all who were fortunate enough to know her.

 In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made in her name to Lydia Place.

 As we remember and honor Kris’ life, let us find solace in the beautiful memories we shared with her and keep her spirit alive by embracing the joy she found in every moment.

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2 responses to Kristine "Kris" Pedigo

  1. We miss you Kris! Our get togethers won’t be the same without you. ❤️

  2. Kris, you are so loved and deeply missed. ❤❤❤

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