Christine Michelle Potts

Christine Michelle Potts, better known as Crissy, from San Saba, Texas went to be with the Lord on March 21, 2014 at the age of 33. Crissy was born on October 2, 1980 to her parents David and Janie Potts in Brownwood,
Texas. Crissy was a life –long resident of San Saba, Texas where she graduated from San Saba High School. From there she went to Central Texas College and obtained her Associates Degree in Nursing where she became an LVN. Crissy loved helping her neighbors especially being around older people, children and her hanging out with her niece and nephew. In her past time she enjoyed spending time with “Cash” her dog, fishing and hunting for arrowheads. Crissy was a member of the San Saba’s First Baptist Church where she grew in her faith. In July 2013 she was hired at Heart of Texas Ford where she enjoyed working with her co-workers and forming friendships with them. She loved her boyfriend Waylon and making memories with him. Crissy thought a lot about Waylon’s mother Kim and Step-father Jerry Kelley who became very special people in her life.
Crissy is survived by her parents David and Janie Potts from San Saba, Texas; one brother Patt and Tiffany Potts of Rankin, Texas; one nephew Payce Potts from Rankin, Texas ; one niece Payton Potts from Rankin, Texas; three aunts, Judy and Paul Warner from Dublin, Texas, Joyce Goodman from Stephenville, Texas and Jan Prukop from Temple, Texas; four uncles, Joesph and Janet Prukop from Alexander, Virginia; James and Jonell Prukop from Stephenville, Texas; John and Jean Prukop from Killeen, Texas, and Mike and Janie Potts from Lometa, Texas. She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Joseph and Faye Prukop and Willard and Dorothy Potts. Funeral Services were held Sunday March 23, 2014 at 5:00 P.M. at San Saba’s First Baptist Church with Brother Sam Crosby officiating. Interment was private. Memorials can be made to San Saba’s First Baptist Church and San Saba County EMS. Arrangements are under the direction of Blaylock Funeral Home 
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