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1945 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
CRISTINE "TINA" BOTZENHARDT Cristine "Tina" Botzenhardt, of Las Vegas, passed away Aug. 22, 2017. She was born September 17, 1945, in Muroc, Calif., at the AAF Station Hospital, and has been a Las Vegas resident since 1966. Early in her career, Tina was employed by Hughes Nevada Operations, Mercy Ambulance, Allied Security and Goussak and Raben, CPAs. She was an office manager and senior accountant with the certified public accounting firm, McCrimmon, Ltd for 34 years. Tina started the firm with her close friend, Barbara, and they worked very hard to be successful. Tina worked closely with all their clients. She loved all her family and friends and was the first one with the best advice for each. Tina was a 16-year survivor of ovarian cancer. She loved life and fought every day to live. She was the strength for so many. She was the president of OCAN, a Las Vegas non-profit educational organization that supports women in their fight against ovarian cancer. She grew up in California, went to school and college in Montana, and then came to Las Vegas as her permanent home. She graduated UNLV with her Bachelor of Sciences, accounting major. Her kitties meant the most to her. We all remember the Christmas parties at Tina's home. She was preceded in death by her mother, Helena (Betty) Botzenhardt; and father, August Botzenhardt. She is survived by her brother, August "Aug" Botzenhardt III (Rita); nephew, August "Augie" Botzenhardt IV; great-nephew, Jacob Botzenhardt; niece, Alicia Botzenhardt; great-niece, Elizabeth Figley; great-nephew, Anton Figley; her sister of heart, Barbara McCrimmon (Bob Walker); and all her dearest friends. She would want all her loved ones to share in her "Love of Life." Lesson taught is, "Never to Give Up." Her family suggests donations to OCAN (Ovarian Cancer Awareness Network), at 7391 W. Charleston Blvd., #110, Las Vegas, NV 89117, or any cancer charities. Celebration of life party will be announced in the future.
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