Christina Crowder-Woods

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Christina Woods, Sunrise August 13, 1960, Sunset March 29, 2023.

Christina Woods was born to her mother, Carol Butler, and father, Charles Banks, and raised by her mother and fathers Ira Cross Jr., and Hugh Eugene Butler Jr.

Christina attended Desales High School and graduated from Linden McKinley High School in 1980. She attended Columbus State Community College, where she studied social work. She was employed by Sparkle Brigh Cleaning Service, North Central and Viaquest, as well as a couple of other employers in her youth.

Christina met Jerome Woods, in 1977 and they were married in February of 1996 at Christ Memorial Baptist Church.

Christina had a great love of cooking, and shopping, as well as conversing with family and friends. Many people throughout the years called her “mom” because she was a protective and loving individual. Christina was fiercely loving to her family and friends.

Christina is preceded in death by her fathers; Charles Banks, Ira Cross Jr., and Hugh Eugene Butler Jr.,
grandfather; Beotis Crowder and grandmother; Christine Crowder.

She leaves to cherish her memories and love to her surviving family and friends, husband; Jerome Woods, children; Mitchell Hammond and Kyra Woods, mothers; Carol Butler and Joyce Woods, siblings; Ira John, Eveline Banks, and Michael Devlin who was like a brother to her, and grandson; Ethan Long, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Visitation 1:00 PM and Memorial Service 2:00 PM Saturday, April 8, 2023 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd).

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  1. La Tonya Faysonrobbins

    My condolences to the family of Christina Crowder-Woods. I met Chris in high school. We had so much fun and a bunch of laughs. Chris and I were very close friends. It would be Chris, myself and Gina. We would get in trouble laughing so hard at Mr. Herman. Chris was a very funny girl. She would come to visit me at my mother’s house. The last time I spoke with her she and her mother both had Covid. She was getting better. We shared messages and family photos on our Facebook profiles. I’m going to miss you my friend. I will see you again in Paradise❤️

  2. ashley graham sciacca

    I was 12 years old when i stepped into chris life. she showed me what it was liked to have someone care for a child who was not her own. ( that child was me). very big hearted person loved her children and would fight till the end to make sure they had everything they needed. holidays came around she stayed in that kitchen for 2 days making sure we had everthing and it was perfect. rest in peice momma

  3. To the entire family I wish to just send my love. Words can express the friendship I have with Chris. Here visits and support she was to my family are not able to be measured.
    I love you and I’m available to you.

  4. My cousin was so funny we were always at her house when we were little , because my aunt had a lot of food … she’s was our sister because she didn’t have any..I’m so happy for her she’s with Jesus now … no more pain

  5. Wofford and Locklear Families

    Our thoughts and PRAYERS goes out to all of the Woods and Crowder Families through this tough time, and MAY OUR LORD AND SAVIOR continue to BLESS you all, In the present and future, AMEN, AMEN, AMEN.

  6. I’m very sorry to hear just recently the passing of your love one. I see her and remember her as a little neighbor girl playing up and down the street. I pray peace and the presence of God into her family. May you take comfort knowing she is resting and with her creator, God.


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