Crystal Dell "Christy" Crousillac
1982 - 2021
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Crystal "Christy" Dell Crousillac, a loving mom, daughter, sister and friend, was born January 6, 1982 and passed away January 1, 2021 at the age of 38 after battling breast cancer for 10 months. She was a graduate of Belaire High School and worked as a payroll administrator for Worley Parsons at Dow Chemical. A very hardworking, free spirited woman, she was determined to continue to do things her own way. Her loyalty and love for everyone around her outshone any rough patches she fought until the very end. She has taught us that "sometimes you have to go through the bad to appreciate the good". She is survived by her three beautiful daughters, McKenzi Guillory, Alyssa Crousillac and Jailyn Guillory, her mom, Margaret Pate Crousillac, sister, Sandy Harris, brother in law, Bert Harris, niece, Madison Harris, nephews, Hunter and Hayden Harris, Godparents Carl and Brenda Richard. She is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Christy was preceded in death by her dad, Donnie Lynn Crousillac, maternal grandparents, Benjamin "Bennie" Pate and Idell Horsley Pate, paternal grandparents, Hugh "Cadillac" Crousillac and Ruth Ray Crousillac. A special thanks to all Christy's doctors, nurses and caregivers for their endless support. There will be a Celebration of Christy's Life, January 9, 2021 at 2 p.m. Eulogy to begin at 2:45 p.m., 12350 Pendarvis Lane, Walker, La. 70785.

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Published in The Advocate from Jan. 8 to Jan. 9, 2021.
02:00 PM
12350 Pendarvis Lane
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January 9, 2021
I was deeply saddened to hear of Christy's passing. She attended school with my daughter Amber Dykes at St. Pius and Sharon Hills, I will keep the family in my prayers. May you all know God's love and comfort during this difficult time.
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