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Christina Wae Sullivan

July 21, 1965 — January 6, 2024

Walker, Louisiana

Christina Wae Sullivan, lovingly known as Tina to those closest to her, graced this world with her vibrant presence on July 21, 1965, in Monroe, Louisiana. With a heart full of kindness and a spirit that knew no bounds, she left an indelible impact on all who had the honor of crossing her path. On January 6, 2024, Tina bid farewell to this earthly realm, leaving behind cherished memories and a legacy of love.

We will have Tina's Memorial service on January 12, 2024 at 4pm at the location Grace Family/ Life Church the address is 13268 Denham Rd. Central City, LA 70818.

Tina began her professional journey as a Server, dedicating herself to providing exceptional service and warm hospitality. In the realm of customer interactions, she possessed an extraordinary gift - no one was a stranger in her eyes. Tina had the rare ability to instantly connect with others and make them feel seen and valued. Her dedication towards service extended beyond her profession; it was an integral part of her character.

Behind Tina's infectious laughter and playful antics carried an authentic soul that radiated warmth. She was known as a one-of-a-kind woman who danced through life with joy in her heart. Never one to take herself too seriously, Tina reveled in being goofy and lighthearted. In her presence, judgment found no place. Tina embraced diversity and welcomed all into her circle with open arms.

Born Christina Wae Finley, Tina experienced the love and support of remarkable individuals throughout her life. Her brother Brian Finley stood by her side in both moments of triumph and challenging times. Marilyn Finley, her stepmother, offered unwavering care and affection whenever it was needed most. Though their loss is immeasurable, they find solace in the memories they shared with their loved one.

Tina's immediate family – Michael Finley (father), Wanda Collins (mother), Terrell Collins (stepfather) – were blessed to experience the boundless love that flowed from her heart each day. Her children – John Brooks, Tony Brockwell, Brittney Eccles – were not just recipients of her love, but the very source that fueled it. Tina's grandchildren – Liam Brooks, Chloe Brooks, Cali Eccles, Jayson Eccles – held a special place in her heart. She cherished the moments spent together and embraced her role as a guiding light in their lives.

The circle of love expanded to include her daughter-in-law Joannah Brooks, who entered Tina's life with open arms and found not just a mother-in-law but a dear friend. Alongside Joannah was Amber Leblanc, who became an irreplaceable part of Tina's life through her relationship to Tony. Luke Eccles, the husband of Brittney, was welcomed into the family with open arms.

Throughout her journey on Earth, Tina shared laughter and tears with her surviving family members. Christopher Finley, her brother, brought companionship in good times and bad. Becky Kirby (stepsister), Robert Bounds (stepbrother), and Pamela Bounds (stepsister-in-law) added an extra layer of warmth to the tapestry of Tina's life. Their presence provided comfort as they grieved alongside the family.

While we mourn the loss of this extraordinary woman whose love knew no bounds, let us take solace in the memories we shared with Tina Sullivan. Her spirit will forever live on in our hearts and in the way she inspired us to live each day with authenticity and compassion. As we bid farewell to our beloved Tina, may we remember how fortunate we were to have had such a remarkable soul grace our lives.

May Christina Wae Sullivan's soul find eternal peace.

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