Kristi Cormack Obituary, Death – All who knew her adored Kristi Michele Cormack, who was also their best friend, dog mom, sister, and house mom. born on September 22, 1989, into this life. On November 10th, 2022, she received a call to her eternal life. 33 years old, but still very young! Kristi loved life and never wavered from living it to the fullest even though she spent the last 2.5 years enduring some of the hardest days. I hope you like this because Kristi liked it when I kept her “updates” short and sweet.
Okay, Kristi Knowing Kristi meant loving her, and being loved by her was a special thing. She was genuine, purposeful, occasionally tough with an occasional eye roll, but she was never without a word of encouragement and she always had a good laugh. She loved and lived her life as a reflection of the one who first loved us. Kristi freely gave her friends, family, and complete strangers her love, a radiant smile, contagious laughter, and sharp wit.
Kristi played softball with the older girls when she was younger and grew to love soccer. Eventually, she decided to hang up her cleats and switch them out for jazz shoes. Until she walked into the Santa Fe high school yearbook class, where she picked up her first camera and discovered her love for photography, she loved to sing and dance and wanted to be an actress when she grew up. One of her favorite places to be was behind the camera, whether she was photographing crying babies, high school seniors, or your most important day.
Kristi was a graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma, where she made some of her closest friends and joined the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. She also had a strong sense of morality. Later, Kristi became the AGD House Director, also known as the House Mom. She was recognized by the AGD International Council, both biennium terms 2018- 2020 and 2020-2022 for the Emily Helen Butterfield Outstanding House Director award.
To her girls: keep those rooms rush ready, do your chores, make good choices, and be a blessing! XOXO. Kristi loved fresh flowers, and the bath and body works candle sale to keep her house feeling like home. She loved late night movies that usually turned into late night chats about life, concerts, game nights, walks at the park, short road trips, or a good adventure. Kristi was running the race, or cheering you on, the girl with the biggest heart and the most contagious joy, the one you wanted in your corner. She was spontaneous and fun, hilarious and wise. Kristi fought the good fight, finished the race, and kept the faith through it all.
Kristi is survived by blessed mom Carla Cormack of Edmond, Oklahoma; dad Guy Cormack of Oklahoma City; beloved sister Kelli Cormack of Edmond, Oklahoma; her pride and joys Pistol Pete and Mooki Jo; many loving relatives, squirrels, and her hundred plus besties.
Some of the best memories were made in the middle of some of the hardest days Larry, Harry, John, Randall, Troy and Mike were Kristi’s Angels in the sky. We are forever grateful to the pilots of Angel Flights South Central who donate their time and services to families in need.
Kristi would be honored by a donation in her memory to this incredible organization. A come-and-go visitation and reception will be from 5-7pm on Tuesday, November 15th at Crawford Family Funeral Service, Edmond. A service celebrating Kristi’s life will be at 10am on Wednesday, November 16th at Quail Springs Baptist Church with burial following at Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond.