Christine Fluehr grew up in the Torresdale section of Philadelphia. While she attended school in the city, her family spent summers in Bucks County on the family farm. Chris earned her BA in economics from Immaculata University in 1966 and married Joe Fluehr three years later. In 1976, she and Joe opened their first funeral home. Chris is a tireless community activist. She’s a member of the Soroptimist International of Indian Rock where she served as president of the board. While a member of the Northampton Township Historical Society, she served as board president and was honored to receive the Living Tree Award in 1993. Other involvements include the Northampton Business and Professional Association, St. Bede’s Women’s Club, Community League of St. Mary Medical Center, where she served as a board member, and 100 Women Who Care. Chris was also a member of the St. Mary Medical Center Foundation Board, and the Bucks County Community College Foundation Board. She’s an active member in her church, St. Bede the Venerable in Holland. Chris and Joe have three children, Tina (Jeff), Joe (Kathy,) and Trish (Joe.) She is also the proud grandmother of JV, Maggie, Conor, Kiley, Joe Jr., and James. In addition to spending time with her family, Chris enjoys golf, traveling, spending time with friends, and laughing.