Christina Landrigan and the Theory of Dependable Goodness

Two years ago this morning the City of Fort Wayne and a community of thousands of friends and family had to unexpectedly say goodbye to one of the most genuine dependably good people a lot of us will ever meet in our lifetime. In thinking of my friend over the course of this week, I came across articles published by other friends that I hadn’t yet seen and wanted to share with you this one in particular because it speaks to the true nature of a young woman passionate about her faith, family, friends, and community. It is also one of the best examples I can think of as a guide to living as the best you you can be.

(originally posted as Christina Landrigan and the Theory of Dependable Goodness on the Lynchpin Creative blog by Kelly Lynch.)


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Downtown Fort Wayne meant the world to Christina Landrigan, a 29 year-old young woman who was killed in a terrible car accident January 6, 2016. Her loss was felt by many hundreds of people in the days that followed the accident. Her faith and kindness were felt and exemplified in everything that she participated in professionally, and the love she poured out for her family at home.

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