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Crystal Lynn MacMartin


1988 - 2012 Obituary Condolences
Crystal Lynn MacMartin Obituary
Crystal Lynn MacMartin, 23, left this world June 22, 2012, to be in the arms of the angels above. Crystal came into the world in a big way on Aug. 15, 1988. Crystal was the most positive, bubbly, and outgoing young lady one could ever imagine. She was intelligent and beautiful, with a smile that would brighten a room when she walked in. She always wanted the best for her family and friends, putting her loved ones first. Crystal touched the lives of a lot of people. She was blessed with such charisma and would see the beauty in everyone.
Crystal was a very positive person. No matter the situation or circumstance, she always turned the worst into the best. She kept her head held high and moved mountains.
She is now a memory that became our treasure. Her death left a heartache that no one can heal, her love leaves a memory no one can steal. Crystal lived in the moment every day, loved her life and lived it to the fullest. She loved to travel to new places and experience new lifestyles. She was born and raised in Fairbanks where she loved to camp, fish and explore.
Crystal is survived by her mother, Lynette Nelson; her father, William MacMartin; her two sisters, Brittany MacMartin and Marissa MacMartin; grandparents, Duncan and June MacMartin; aunt, Buffy MacMartin; cousin, James Woodward; grandmother, Sandra Nelson; uncle, Donnie Nelson; cousin, Luke Nelson; great-grandmother, Louise Hutson, as well as many other extended family members. She has truly left her footprint in the hearts of every soul she touched.
Crystal was larger than life. God has bigger plans for her. She will be missed, but we are all truly blessed to have had her brighten the cloudy days. Crystal reached up to the stars, and now she dances among them.
A celebration of Crystal's life will be held at noon July 15, 2012, at the Chief David Salmon Tribal Hall, 111 Clay St.
Published in Daily News-Miner on July 10, 2012
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