Crystal Lynette Ford-Bridget

Published 3:36 pm Thursday, April 14, 2016

Crystal Lynette Ford-Bridget was a once-in-a-lifetime kind of woman.  Designed Ford-Tough, she was uniquely created, and a gift to all who had the pleasure of knowing her.  Free-spirited and caring, Crystal not only touched the hearts of those around her, but she brought out the best in them as well.

Born in Lawton, Oklahoma on September 15, 1968, Crystal made her journey through life sprinkling joy, laughter, and encouragement everywhere she went.  Known for her addictive smile and her generous heart, Crystal was a nurturer by nature and did not know the meaning of the word stranger.  To her, everyone was a friend and worthy of at least a smile.

A devoted wife, homemaker, and a loving mother, Crystal had a zest for life and a passion for inhaling all that it had to offer.  She loved going to new places, trying new things, and making every day an adventure.  An avid reader, she loved a good book and always had one or two within arm’s reach.

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Crystal made her transition home and obtained her Angel wings April 3, 2016.  She leaves behind memories to be cherished by: her husband of 25 years, Damon Bridget, Sr.; three sons, Damon Jr., Dominique, and Dalvin; two grandchildren, Donavan and Iviana; her parents, Nyoka and Charles Stewart; one sister Maryland Ford; one brother, Barry Ford; four aunts Marva Hardin, Nina Herbert, Nanny Shirley and Aunt Faye; her mother-in-law, Viola Williams; three brothers-in-law, Kemper, Marcus and Jaret; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Memorial service will be 2 p.m. Saturday, April 16, 2016 at St. John’s Catholic Church Hall, 620 53rd Street, Port Arthur, TX.