Obituary of Kristina Randolph
A Celebration of life Kris-Tina Randolph a.k.a. Shuebey was a blessing GOD shared with us. A dear sister, a true friend who loved unconditionally with a giving heart that help to raise many of our children. A great event planner who love to cook. GOD'S Soldier who left the battle field to lie down in green pastures and led to still waters. (Psalm 23). Kris-Tina attended and was a cheerleader at Edgewood Regional High school in New Jersey. Ms. Randolph is proceeded in green pastures by her parents Mr. and Mrs. John and Valerie Keys. Her brother Maurice Barnes and niece Kychelle Barnes. Kris-Tina leaves to celebrate her life; her son Dennis Hamwright Jr., his companion Amanda Kittrell. Her grand-children Daejon, Tamira, Alina, Aireanna, and Alivia. Her mother Christian Randolph-Blake. Her siblings Terrance Keys, Dorothea Streater-Thomas, LaValle Randolph, Darcella Cross, Jamila Davis, and Preston Blake Jr. Her nephews John Barnes, Tyrone Jr., Antraye, Anthony, Jeromy Miles, and David Cross along with a host of relatives and close friends. Ms. Randolph’s family would also like to give special acknowledgement to her very close friends Angelina Blackman, Sharon Boyce, and Kia Archie. A celebration of life Memorial Party will be held at Berlin Park, 41 Clementon Rd, Berlin New Jersey on Saturday June 4, 2022 from 3pm to 7pm. Rain date will be Sunday June 5, 2022. Shuebey, we thank you for a heart that made two families one. We love and miss you. Until we meet again, PEACE….
A Memorial Tree was planted for Kristina
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Covington Funeral Home
755 White Horse Pike
Atco, New Jersey 08004
Fax: (856) 336-2098
Orlando G. Covington, Jr., Executive Director, N.J. Lic. No. 4377