March 18, 1980 — February 29, 2016
Tavia CV Christensen, 35, passed away on the morning of February 29, 2016 in Cedar City, Utah. She was born on March 18, 1980 in St. George, Utah, to Stanley and Sandra Schlosser Christensen. She spent her early years in Hurricane, Utah, and her secondary years in Logan, Utah.
Tavia loved her family and being a mom. When she was young, she loved taking girl’s camping vacations with her sisters, cousins, aunt, and grandma. She loved being in the outdoors and this passion continued when she became a mom. She loved spending time in the mountains or at a lake with her sons and doing the “boy’s stuff.”
One of the things that people will remember about Tavia is her sense of humor. She loved to joke and would never turn down a dare. The sound of her laughter will remain with us always.
Tavia had a generous heart. She would take anyone into her home, reached out to those in need, was concerned about everyone else’s well-being, and was always a good listener. She was a people person. Tavia was loved by many and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Tavia was preceded in death by: her son, Thomas H. R. Christensen, her Grandpa Rolin Christensen, and her cousin Hillary Erin Gerber.
Tavia is survived by: her sons Skyler Masterson, Shawn Fox Masterson, Davin Jamie Hamlin; her mother, Sandra Louise Christensen; her father, Stanley Lorel Christensen; her brothers and sisters, Kyle Ray Fletcher, Natasha C. Everton, Shawn Thomas Lahammer, Kerry Thayne Christensen, Kimberly Ann Higginson, Taren Leigh Christensen, and Brittney Marie Christensen; her Grandma Schlosser and Grandma Christensen, along with a loving and large extended family.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to State Bank of Southern Utah under Tavia Christensen.
- Close friends and family members may share condolences on Saturday, March 5, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the 2nd Ward building located at 256 S. 900 W. in Cedar City, Utah.
Arrangements are being handled by Southern Utah Mortuary. Online condolences can be made at www.sumortuary.com