Christa Ramsey, the “First Penny Lady,” left a lasting impression on the couponing community with her well-liked website, “The Penny List.” Her untimely demise has created a vacuum in the world of frugal living and in the hearts of people who valued her enthusiasm for assisting others in making financial savings.
Christa gained a large following because of her commitment to providing insightful money-saving advice and spotting bargains. She became a respected figure in the couponing community because of her contagious passion and dedication to assisting others in making the most of their money.
Christa Ramsey Death
Christa Ramsey, the founder and host of “The Penny List” by Christa Coupons, died in a tragic accident on February 1, 2024. She was 29 years old. We announce with deep grief the untimely demise of Christa Ramsey, the cherished “First Penny Lady” and inspiration of Christa Coupons’ “The Penny List.”
The news of her sudden departure has sent shockwaves through the community, leaving friends, followers on Instagram under the username @christacoupons, and coupon enthusiasts in mourning. She supposedly perished in a terrible mishap.
Many thank her for her tips on saving money and for creating a sense of community with “The Penny List.” Her unannounced departure is a painful reminder of the influence people can have on other people’s lives, even when it comes to practical, day-to-day issues like couponing and budgeting.
“Hey guys, I’m sorry to say my wife Christa passed away 30 to 45 minutes ago having to voice text this cause I can’t stop crying and the kids are devastated. I just felt the need should let Y’all her friends cause you care about Y’all so much about what was going on, thank you for all that Y’all have done for us and her she loves you guys so much I’m so sorry I had to tell you this way, but I don’t know what else to say. I’m so sorry.”
Thoughts and condolences go out to Christa Ramsey’s family, friends, and the innumerable others who benefited from her couponing knowledge and found inspiration and advice as the community grieves her loss. The “First Penny Lady” left behind a legacy of thrift and community service that will surely go on, inspiring all of us to live life to the fullest, with love and charity, and with a dedication to serving others. Peace be with her as she rests.