Christina Lynn Craft

Christina Lynn Craft, 27, of Bryan, passed away Sunday, July 8, 2012. No services are planned at this time. Arrangements are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory in Bryan.

Christina was born August 29, 1984, in San Diego, California, to Patrick and Camala Craft. She has lived in Bryan for 14 years after moving from California. She was known for loving country and western music. Christina never knew a stranger and she was loved by everyone.

Survivors include her parents, Camala and Patrick Craft; brother, Christopher Miller; grandmother, Patricia McCulloch; aunt, Carrie Schultz; uncles, Joseph and Wayne McCulloch; great aunt, Clara McCulloch; and cousins, Michael Isgrigg and Allen Schultz.

View her Book of Memories™ at CallawayJones.com

Condolences

  1. Sweet Christina, I just read the paper and saw a picture of a beautiful girl in the obituaries. The picture is of you and I am so stunned that you are no longer on this earth and at Kroger to give me that smile and always great conversation. I remember you being in a class at Bryan High and though you were not one of my students you always spoke to me and even recognized me after you graduated and were working at Kroger. The world will have an empty place in it where you once walked and lived. I have no idea what happened to you, but I pray your leaving this earth to go to the arms of Jesus was a peaceful transition. You were a special touch of love Christina. I will never go to Kroger or enter the halls of Bryan High without thinking of your smile, your giggly laugh and oh so sweet personality. May you soar with the angels and lead the way!

  2. Christina was one of my good friends and one of the nicest people you ever had the pleasure to meet she was TAKEN to early my sincere condolences go out to her famiy as a mother myself I can not imagine what Cammie is going through. Christina I love you & will miss you R.I.P baby girl

  3. We worked together at Kroger and you never knew a stranger. You had a caring heart and helped others as you were able. My prayers to your family.

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