Kristen Nicole Hair
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Kristen Nicole Hair believed Jesus died on the cross for her. Kristen loved to laugh at her own jokes. She was beautiful through and through and loved God with her whole heart. She was an incredible organizer and crazy good at math. Kristen was victorious fighting cancer. She believed in the power of prayer and lived her life according to God's will. She read the Bible many, many times, had a missionary mentality, and was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Married to, John Corbett Hair, who was the answer to her prayers when she was fighting cancer and lost every strand of hair. Kristen loved John and faithfully served with him in Ministry. She loved the life they made together. The doctors said she could not have kids, but the Lord answered their prayers in a mighty way! Mother to John Michael, Zachariah, Isabella (miscarried), Joshua, Daniel, Nathan, and Abigail. Yes, that's 7. Daughter to Andy and Rita Pellegrin. Little sister to Jena Pellegrin Jenkins, Tia to Sarah Grace, Ella, Matthew (miscarried), Andy, and Caroline. Kristen was an amazing mom and incredible teacher raising up all these little warriors to advance God's Kingdom. She loved to worship and have deep conversations of miracles that God had performed not only in her life but others as well. Kristen was a visionary and raised her children to have a relationship with Jesus. Kristen finished her assignment and went home to be with the Lord one day after her 11th year anniversary leaving an eternal impact on all that knew her! Beloved Friend to many. Will be greatly missed. We will see you again in Heaven! In lieu of flowers: Here's an opportunity to bless the John Hair family and donate to the 'Hair Family Fund'. Please click this link to give: https://onehopealliance.churchcenter.com/giving/to/hair-family-fund. A celebration of life service will be held Friday, July 31 at Church of the King in Mandeville at the Annex building. Visitation 9 am to 11 am, Service 11 am to 12 pm.

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Published in The Advocate from Jul. 29 to Jul. 31, 2020.
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31
Visitation
09:00 - 11:00 AM
Church of the King
JUL
31
Service
11:00 - 12:00 PM
Church of the King
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August 4, 2020
Kristen and John Hair became my instant friends from the first day I served alongside them one early Saturday morning at Our Daily Bread on Highway 22 (before they moved into the beautiful building in Hammond - which they richly deserved).

Kristen had a true sergeant's heart; she went above and beyond her calling to bless people. Her compassion for others was so impressive, yet she had no desire to impress or receive recognition for her service to the Lord by serving her community. She treated every person that came to them for their "daily bread" with respect and dignity (as did John).

They were truly destined to share a life together.

Kristen taught me the true meaning of humility; my faith and walk with Jesus grew just observing her ministry.

I am forever grateful that God put the Hair family before me. I am humbled by the love and friendship provided to me.

Kristen, my friend and sister in Christ, you will be missed.
Joy Najolia
Friend
August 3, 2020
I’m at a loss for words. She was such a beautiful person and soul. She was my Spanish teacher in highscool and later married Mr. John who lead Face It which I would attend during lunch every Wednesday. I was so inspired by her story of praying for ‘hair’ while battling cancer and then she married John ‘Hair’. She said she believed God had a funny sense of humor because of this and that has always stuck with me and helped me to make light of difficult times. She surely had a positive influence on both me and my sister’s lives. I’ll always remember the light she brought into the room, her positive attitude, the smile on her face, and her gratitude for God’s gifts in her life. She taught me much more than Spanish..she taught me dark chocolate is good for you (she’d always have a piece out of her closet during class), you can learn anything you set your mind to, and to be patient in God’s promises because He has a plan. I remember people telling me her class was hard so I was scared to have her as a teacher at first, but no, she made a hard subject possible and encouraged all her students to put in the work and actually learn rather than go through the motions. Although her life was short, it was full of intention, purpose, and passion..something not many can say. And for that she lived a fulfilling life. God bless her family and friends during this time and may the find piece in the beautiful life she lived and knowing she is in Heaven with the Father who she served wholeheartedly.
Kayren Vicknair Ruiz
Student
August 1, 2020
She was the most beautiful woman I ever met! She lived for the Lord and loved John and get babies forever. My heart is praying for them .
Brenda Beck
Friend
August 1, 2020
Joy Najolia
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