In Loving Memory of Megan Jean Christensen
Megan Jean Christensen, a cherished daughter and loving mother, embarked on her journey into the heavenly embrace of Jesus on October 24, 2023, following a tragic auto accident as she was on her way to pick up her children from school.
Megan entered the world on June 23, 1983. Her birth was marked by a crown of golden curls, hinting at the radiance she would bring into the lives of those around her. Megan called Post Falls her home from the tender years of kindergarten until her triumphant graduation from the Post Falls School District. Academic excellence came naturally to Megan, and she demonstrated an extraordinary ability to excel in every class. Her zest for life was reflected in various extracurricular activities, including tap dance, singing in choir; becoming a troubadour and competing with her beautiful voice.
Megan's joyful and compassionate spirit knew no bounds. Her ability to forge friendships with everyone she encountered in childhood seamlessly carried over into adulthood, as evidenced by countless friends who have poured out their love and fond memories on social media.
Megan more recently served as a manager at the JMT Expressmart in Rose Lake, Idaho, where she touched the lives of coworkers, customers, and those who had the privilege of knowing her. Her presence illuminated the workplace with kindness, and her radiant smile left a lasting imprint on those she encountered.
Yet beyond her accomplishments, Megan's heart was most pronounced by the profound love she had for her two precious children, Faythe and Dominic. She cherished them both deeply. Megan was an extraordinary mother, a guardian angel for her children, ready to go to great lengths to ensure their happiness and well-being. Her legacy of love and devotion will forever endure in their hearts.
Megan is survived by her beloved children, Faythe and Dominic Ulrich, and their father, Scott Ulrich. She also leaves behind her mother and stepfather, Bruce and MaryAnn Schevenius, sisters Michelle Darby, Makena Schevenius, and brother Michael Darby. Sisters through the bonds of love: Miriah Pfeiffer and Miranda Ulrich. She also held a special place in the hearts of numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins, all of whom will fondly remember her.
As we bid farewell to Megan Jean Christensen, we take comfort in the words of Scripture found in John 14:1-3, where Jesus assures us, "Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father's house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also."
We will forever hold Megan’s memory dear in our hearts, grateful for the time we shared. May we all find peace in the knowledge that Megan's journey has led her to a heavenly home where she will know no more pain or sorrow, basking in the eternal love of our Heavenly Father.
A memorial service to honor Megan's life will be held on November 10th at 1:00 PM at the Bell Tower Funeral Home, located at 3398 E. Jenalan in Post Falls, Idaho.
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