Crystal Jean (Baby Girl) was born on November 16, 1971, to Christina and John George MacDonald. She was the youngest of 12 children, and grew up in Onion Lake. Crystal met Quincy Wolfe in 1996 and they were married in 2001. They were married 20 years. Crystal was a quiet, caring and loving person, and she loved her TnTs, so much, Tymber and Taylor. She received her Child Care diploma in 2002, she worked at the Group Home for a number of years and was also employed as an EA at Kihew Waciston Cree Immersion. In 2014 she applied to the ITEP program in Onion Lake, and throughout those 4 years she pushed herself to succeed and succeed she did. Crystal received her B.Ed in June 2018. At first she taught grade 2, and most recently she taught grade 3. She took pride in teaching her own language to her students and she loved her students very much. Crystal participated in, and became team captain, in a pool league in Lloydminster this year; and chose the name for the team, "10-4 Rubber Duckies". Crystal also excelled in archery and loved watching her son play hockey. Although Crystal had her own babies, Baby girl or Nipepem was what our mom used to call her. We will forever miss our baby sister, it comforts us to know that she is in the arms of our Mama, whom she missed dearly. I'm sure our parents are rejoicing in having their baby girl in their arms.
Crystal in predeceased by: her parents, John George (1995), Christina (2018); her infant baby (2012); her brothers, Ronnie (1973), and Christopher (1974); her sister, Charlotte (1951); her nephews, Levon Ermine (1994), and Christopher Whitstone (2014); her grandson, Corban Whitstone (2017); and her granddaughter, KeeAnna Opissinow (2018).
She leaves to mourn her passing: her son, Tymber; her baby girl, Taylor; the father of her children, Quincy Wolfe; her siblings, Angus (Gloria), Flora, Raymond, Linda, Charlotte (Erwin), Gavin, Leroy, Beverly (John) Opissinow, Delores Chief, and Ronnie (Cheryl); her aunties, Margaret Crookedneck, Delphine Crookedneck, and Georgina Thunderchild; and her numerous nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
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