Kristal Diane was born on August 13, 1983 in Miami Florida. Affectionately known as "POOH" to those who knew her. She was baptized and a member of The House of God church under the leadership of the late Elder Robert E. Lee. During her early years, Kristal attended Howard Drive Elementary and Richmond Heights middle school. She later moved to Maryland where she attended Aberdeen Middle School and being the scholar that she was, Kristal had the opportunity to graduate early from high school but opted out and remained an additional year in order to graduate with her friends. Kristal graduated on June 1, 2001 from Joppatowne High School. She also spoke fluent French which was one of her many hidden talents. She was a lover of food and expressed interest in attending the school of culinary arts.
Being the jovial person that she was, Kristal was the comedian of the family where she was always telling jokes making everyone laugh. Kristal love to take antique pieces and turn them into timeless modern works of art. Kristal also love to travel, and later developed a strong interest in collecting and using coupons. Whenever you needed to know about a great place to dine or a good bargain, Kristal was the person to speak with.
Because she was also a giver, Kristal donated countless numbers of goods she attained from couponing and those of us who were receivers was appreciative of her kind gesture.
Although she had her own cross to bear, Kristal still had room in her heart to offer kind words of encouragement for those in need. Her smile will permanently be etched in our hearts.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents Callie P and Charlie E Miller and her cousin Marcus Brown whom she loved dearly.
On November 16, 2019 Kristal was called from labor to glory leaving precious memories with her mother Sandra Jackson, her father Terron Jackson, her sister Ashley Jackson, one nephew Mekhi Gibbs, one niece Mia Gibbs. Special aunt Diane Brown, Aunts: Carolyn Ransby, Linda Miller, Chailene Miller. Two uncles Willie Miller (Lisa) and Daryl Miller and a host of special cousins, relatives and sorrowing friends.