Chrystina Dooley-Shy

Chrystina Dooley-Shy, age 34, was born January 1, 1985 and went home to be with the Lord on July 27, 2019.

Chrystina was an extraordinary person. She kept her head in the books and maintained exceptional grades all through her school days. She’s gained awards for poetry, volunteering with DARE programs, etc.

She enjoyed life in every way she could, whether that was out with her friends and family, or indulging in her own habits. She cherished her kids and everything she had no matter how small or big.

She leaves to cherish her memories; loving husband Jesse Shy, children Charles Lee, Cince-re Dooley, and Calise Dooley, mother Crystal Ball, father Jerry Powell, sisters Jerrie Snider, Jessica Snider, and Ashley Hill, brothers Chris Ball, and Jerry White, also a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and other relatives and friends.

Visitation 9:00am and Funeral 10:00am Saturday, August 17, 2019 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.

Condolence Messages

  1. Chrystina was so much fun and full of life. She made me smile and laugh every time I saw her.

  2. I am praying for her family god pls keep your arms around her family god pls wrap your arms, around her kids she is their angle now fly high baby girl

  3. Such a joy to be around always vibrant and full of life and energy. Very outgoing, energetic, hilarious, and straight forward. My sexy chocolate you are truly going to be missed Earth will definitely not be the same. You gained your wings your life on earth has been completed the good ones die young. I love you babygirl, a dent is inside me but I carry your memories.

  4. I will truly miss your laugh and your warm smile the most. Your sense of humor made me want to laugh so hard that I would cry when I had a rough day at work. You truly had a heart of gold and truly cared for the people around you. You were so nice and friendly to me during my employment there at Motel 6. Continue to rest in peace my friend & Sister. To her family, I know that it is hard right now and just know that she is looking down on you all everyday smiling and loving all of you from a far. Stay the course and you will all see her again. May God comfort you all during your loss.
    Sincerely Yours,
    Tiffany Hammond
    Tiffany Hammond
    Motel 6 Guest Relations Team

  5. My deepest heartfelt sympathy to the family. I pray you will be comforted as you mourn. Each time I spoke with Christina, wherever the conversation started, she would talk about her family and her faith. Both brought her great joy. It was my sincere pleasure have known and worked with her. God Bless.

  6. Dear Dooley,

    I will always cherish the good moments and the fun times we had at work. I will always remember your grind for your children and family and making sure they had everything they needed. I was glad to meet you and enjoyed being your supervisor. You worked my nerves everyday (during work) but made work fun and I was always laughing. I will remember the times you would be saying something wrong on the phones, and you would look around the corner to see if I was listening to you, lol. This is unreal and completely unexpected. Keep smiling as I know your in a better place and still laughing and making Heaven deal with your crazy butt. Until we meet again, I will remember the good times.

  7. I’m sorry for the loss of a real beautiful friend.she was the life of the party she was a good mother to them kids.this beauty will be missed

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