Christina Carrick Webb, age 48 of Oklahoma City, passed away on June 21, 2019. Born at Fort Sill, Oklahoma in May 1971 to Jerry Ray Jr and Jo Ann (Hutchison). Christina attended Ulm American High and graduated from MacArthur High School, Lawton in 1989 and Cameron University in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. She was employed with Oklahoma City Public Schools as a third-grade teacher at Wheeler Elementary. Previously, she home schooled her sons from kindergarten through eighth grade, and she taught kindergarten at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Christina loved her family. Her happiest times were when everyone gathered at Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, and, especially, Fourth of July. She was incredibly proud of her two sons, especially their college graduations: Nick from Incarnate Word University and Jack from Texas State University. Christina’s heart was gold and her smiles were as bright as the fireworks in the sky. She was extremely thoughtful and never forgot a special occasion. She was passionate about helping the homeless and underprivileged, keeping her car fully stocked with essentials to distribute to those in need. With boys in tow, you would often find her volunteering in the service line or cleaning the facilities. Christina served faithfully as a US Army military wife for 22 years. During that time, she served on numerous committees which enhanced the lives of soldiers and their families. She received the prestigious Molly Pitcher award in addition to numerous other certificates and awards for her leadership and volunteerism. Christina traveled extensively throughout Europe, Asia and the United States. She loved to travel and to teach her sons about history, art, and different cultures. Florence, Italy was her most favorite and the beginning of her love of art.
She is survived by her sons Nicholas Webb Czelusniak, Texas, and 2LT Jackson Donald Czelusniak, Texas; her parents SGM (R) Jerry Ray and Jo Ann Webb, Lawton; her sisters Jeri Ann [LTC (R) Gary] Piña, Lawton; Abby Cathline [MSG Dwight] Moffett, Cameron, NC; David Hauser, loved one; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. In lieu of flowers please contribute to the charity of your choice in her honor or to https://sharingtreeok.org/#donate
Memorial Services: Holy Family Catholic Church, Friday, 12:00 PM, June 28, 2019, Lawton, OK
Officiating: Rev. Phil Seeton
Services entrusted to Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at email@example.com, turnerfh.net, or you can find us on facebook.com (Turner Funeral Homes).