Michelle Stillwell was born in Crescent City on July 2,
1965 to Dwight and Nada Stillwell. She entered into rest on August
She grew up in Alderpoint with her brothers, sisters and many cousins, running around with no shoes and swimming at the river.
She would always tell stories of her childhood. Tina played basketball and softball most of her childhood to Highschool. She graduated from South Fork High School.
Tina worked at Shop Smart in Redway for 20 years as the head baker.
She has always been a hard worker, and always did her job to make the customers want to come back.
She was one of a kind, with a heart of gold. If you seen her she always had the biggest smile on her face — a beautiful strong independent woman, and a laugh that will always be with us.
One of her favorite things to do was watch PBR on TV or in person at live events. It was some of the best times of her life. She also loved going to concerts. She could sit and do crossword puzzles for hours, and always had candles burning. She loved candles.
She also was one heck of a cook. She could cook anything.
Her pride and joy was her daughter, Jammie. They did everything together, and spent almost everything together.
In 2019 she became a grandma (GiGi) to her granddaughter, Khloe. To her it was sugar. She loved that little girl beyond words and spoiled her rotten in the short time she got to spend with her. She loved Jammie and Khloe more then anything in the world.
Tina is preceded in passing by her father Dwight Stillwell, grandma Amy, grandparents Albert and Rafaella Wantt, sister Lisa Crenshaw, brother Dennis Robinson, nephew Justin Stillwell, and many other aunts, uncles and relative.
Tina is survived by her daughter Jammie Anderson Morgan and granddaughter Khloe Anderson-Stoft of Harris; her Mother Nada Stillwell of Alderpoint and great-great uncle Claude Hoaglen of Dos Rios; brothers JR & Kim Stillwell of Covelo, Shannon Stillwell of Garberville Kenneth Robinson of Geyserville, and Kevin Stillwell; sisters Tammie Carr of Alderpoint, Arlene Stillwell of Redway, Shell Stillwell of Fortuna; nephews Curtis & Kaityn Crenshaw of Alderpoint, Elmer Stillwell of Garberville, Derrick & Beth Stillwell of Ohio, Travis Stillwell of Fortuna, Don Robinson and Brain Robinson of Geyserville; nieces Tracy Stillwell & Matt of Garberville, Kayla Davis of Redway, Kacy & Kris Mattews of Covelo, Kelsey & Aly Stillwell of California City, Kerra Stillwell of Covelo, Stephanie Stillwell & Jimmy of Miranda, Ashley & Josh Elder of Washington, Terra & Jeff Bastianon of Windsor; great-nieces and -nephews Gunner Lee, Logan & Easton Czupynski, Carlee & Makenna Davis, Carson, Kinley & Cooper Crenshaw, Ryder & Aalyiah Mills, and Chayton & Ayasha Elder; and many many other nieces and nephews, cousins and relatives that loved her so very much.
Tina will be missed so much by her family and friends. Once again, that big bright beautiful smile and laugh will be missed the most.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
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