In Memory of Tina Ormston

Visitation

Services

1:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at the Christian Community Home in Hudson, WI

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Tina Marie Ormston, age 46 of Hammond, formerly of Hudson died June 21st, 2018 at Regions Hospital following a brief illness with glioblastoma brain cancer. Tina was born on February 15, 1972 in St. Paul, Minnesota; the daughter of Charles and Vivian Ormston. She was raised in Hudson where she attended elementary school prior to graduating from Hudson High School She would further her education at Redwing Technical receiving her Associates Degree in Nursing. Early in her career, she worked for Greeley Healthcare prior to beginning a long and rewarding career as a nurse at the Christian Community Home in Hudson.  Over many years, she was a comforting face to many St. Croix Valley resident families and will be sorely missed.  Tina had a great appreciation for Native American culture and history. She enjoyed reading literature and gaining a greater understanding of their heritage and traveling to areas to learn more as well. Her greatest love was that of her daughter Micheala.

Tina will remain in the hearts of her daughter Micheala; mother Vivian Ormston of Superior; father Charles ‘Chuck’ (Carol) Ormston of Somerset; and her Christian Community Family. She is preceded in death by her grandparents Gerald Lawler, Jack and Mercedes Ormston.

A Memorial Service remembering Tina will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, July 10th at the Christian Community Home in Hudson with Chaplain Tom Johnson officiating. Interment will be private. Memorials are preferred. 

Tina Ormston's Tribute Wall

Tributes (3):

  1. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Chuck, Micheala and Vivian on your loss. Tina was one of a kind.

  2. I have worked with Tina for the last 16 years and she was one of the kindest of them all. She was a devoted mother and nurse, and worked hard.. I will miss her smile. She always found the good in everything and looked at the bright side to all. Rest in Peace my friend I will miss our conversations! Till we meet again. FLY HIGH!

  3. Dear family, my name is Anna, I worked with Tina years ago and also loved working with her. Very pleasant, quiet spoken. When my father was a CCH, she took very good care of him, and my dad appreciated her very much. My heart goes out to her daughter and family.
    Anna Schweitzer.