Christy Lynn Huckins Whittington
”1961 - 2013”

    Christy Lynn Huckins Whittington

    With Sympathy.
    Words cant wipe away your tears.
    Hugs wont ease your pain.
    But hold on to your memories.
    Forever they will remain.

      Christy Lynn Huckins Whittington,
      age 52, of Tulsa, Ok.,passed away on Saturday May 18, 2013,at her home,
      following a sudden illness.
      Christy was born on May 16, 1961 in Joplin, the daughter of the late Cecil and
      Sandra Hunt Huckins. She attended Central Christian Academy, and was a member
      of Central Christian Center.
      She moved to Tulsa seventeen years ago. She worked as the deli manager for
      Akins Health Food Store. She loved her job and thought of her co-workers as family.
      She enjoyed spending time at The Market Place Pub with her friends,
      many of whom called her Momma Christy.
      Christy is survived by one daughter; Amanda Ramsey, Webb City, Mo.; three sisters,
      Lisa Wilkerson and husband Gregg, Joplin, Kim Lester and husband Bruce, Joplin,
      and Shelley Harper and husband Doug, Beckley West Virginia; two grandchildren,
      Jalynn Hood and Perry Ramsey; her best friend and love of her life,
      Gary Parham, Tulsa, Ok.; and several nieces and nephews, that she loved dearly.
      Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at Mason-Woodard Chapel.
      Dr. Hank Deslatte and Pastor Doug Wilkerson will officiate.
      The honorary pallbearers will be Perry Ramsey, Jalynn Hood, Philip Wilkerson, and
      Todd Wilkerson. Following services Christy will be cremated.
      The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Mason-Woodard.
      Memorial contributions may be given to the American Heart Association in care
      of the mortuary. Arrangements are under the direction of Mason-Woodard Mortuary.

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