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Bucks woman who died during spring break remembered as ‘shining light’

by DrewLUD


The death of a Richboro woman in Miami Beach during spring break has left those who loved her back in Bucks County devastated as police continue to investigate. 

Meanwhile, two North Carolina men have been charged with drugging and raping the 24-year-old woman in the hours before she was found dead in a Florida hotel room, possibly of a drug overdose, police said.

Christine Englehardt, of Northampton, had traveled to spring break last week. 

“Our hearts are with the family and loved ones of Christine Englehardt. She was a shining light in our company and will be missed immensely, said John and Jan Ordway, who own Jules ThinCrust/Lovebird. “Her smile, her laugh and her wonderful energy will always be cherished and remembered.”

Christine Englehardt

Englehardt, a graduate of Council Rock High School North, worked as an assistant general manager at the pizza shop location in Newtown. An online fundraiser for funeral expenses and travel costs to court hearings had over $33,000 in donations as of Wednesday afternoon, less than 24 hours after Englehardt was publicly identified.

“Anyone who knows this beautiful girl knows that she had the biggest heart there was and her laugh was nothing short of memorable,” organizer Sam DiFrancesco wrote on the gofundme.com post. “She would do anything for a person in need and was always fun to be around no matter what. Christine was only 24 years old and family and friends were everything to her.”


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