age 35, was
tragically killed at Holly Park in San Francisco on
Thursday, September 5th, 2013. She was relaxing on a blanket
with her eleven-month-old daughter, Isa, and family dog Ponyo
when she was struck by a Parks and Recreation truck. Neither the
child nor pet were injured.
She and her husband Vegar lived in San Francisco where they
Ventures West Coaching and Training School which enables
people to reach their highest potential. Christy appreciated and
embraced each day as a gift and an opportunity, and was grateful
for all of life's experiences.
She loved being close to nature and was an inspiring writer,
artist, and teacher. Always wearing a smile, Christy was full of
brilliance, passion and kindness. Her high energy and infectious
enthusiasm impacted everything and everyone she touched.
Christy grew up in Morgantown, WV, and graduated from MHS ('96),
and WVU (2001). After graduating from the training program at
New Ventures West, she joined their staff and later became
Director of Enrollment. She was blessed with many friends in
each of the places she lived.
She is survived by her loving husband Vegar, and daughter Isa,
as well as by her father and mother, George and Holly Moses, and
her sister and brother-in-law, Suzanne and Chad Kanick.
A memorial service celebrating her life will take place at a
How you all can
letter to her daughter.
Many of us who knew Christy well are
writing letters to Isa about her mom. When Isa grows up, she
will have these letters as a way of learning about the
amazing woman her mother was.
Please send your letter to:
359 Crestmont Drive,
San Francisco, CA 94131
Any other messages to Vegar can
also be sent to this address.
financially to support Vegar and Isa. A fund has been set up
to help Christy’s family transition to life without her.
Contributions can be made at:
Vegar will be donating superfluous funds to a children's
charity, in honor of Christy.
love and express your grief for Christy by posting a message
to the community site that Vegar has created in her honor:
From Holly Carnahan Moses - see
photo album of Christy
We returned from San Francisco on Sat. Sep 14 and I've been
unable until now to share our family's heartache in losing our
Beloved daughter & sister, Christy. Her father & I and her
sister Suzanne Moses Kanick & husband Chad Kanick are
devastated. And that word doesn't even begin to describe what
her wonderful husband, Vegar, is experiencing. She was a
wonderful, vibrant, very spiritual person whose life mission was
to help other people. She was in love with her husband and
Sooooo excited to be a mother and watch her 11 mo. daughter, Isa
It was a senseless tragedy that happened because someone decided
to take a short cut.