Obituary of Krystal Janee Aulet
A Celebration of Life gathering for Krystal Janeé Aulet, 31, of Columbia, will be held from 4-7 PM, Monday, November 28, 2022, at Woodridge Funeral Home of Lexington, 138 Corley Mill Road, Lexington, SC 29072.
Krystal J. Aulet passed away on November 18, 2022. Born in Brooklyn, NY, on the 23rd of February 1991, she was the loving daughter of Keena J. King and Michael F. Aulet. Krystal moved to South Carolina when she was 6 years old, and attended Harbison West Elementary School, Crossroads Middle, and Irmo Middle Schools, and graduated from Irmo High School.
Krystal was born to a loving mother at the age of 17, which created a strong bond between them. Krystal brought discernment, dedication, determination, and focus to her mother’s life. Krystal was the reason her mother was able to make life changing decisions that enriched their lives. Her life showed her mother how gracious God's love is and gave her a will to persevere.
Krystal comes from a large, extended, and loving family. During her younger years, Krystal was a very social and playful child. Before leaving Brooklyn, NY, Krystal enjoyed visiting her paternal grandparents' home while spending time with her older sister and cousin “Bebo”. During these years, Krystal loved to travel and play with her older cousins ZaMar and Rashaad; they were inseparable. In 1997, Krystal moved to Columbia, SC. For a short time, she lived with her maternal grandmother where she was spoiled rotten.
Krystal was dearly loved by her Mother, Nani, and Great-Grandmother. They did everything they could to give Krystal the life she deserved.
Krystal was the older sister of Diamond J. Robins and Kevin M. Coppin. They grew up together in the same loving home. She was a fun, free-spirited big sister that loved to boss them around and make them “go play outside”. They loved to sit at the computer while singing Nicki Minaj, make dance routines to Chris Brown songs, and updated their Myspace profiles for hours. She taught her siblings the importance of love, togetherness, and pride. They knew Krystal would always be there for them no matter what.
Krystal loved to debate because she thought she knew it all. Especially if “they” told her the latest news.
Her love affair with Chris Brown began in 2005 when she asked for Bow-Wow's latest CD for Christmas. Her Auntie Kimmy and Uncle Jon got her Chris Brown's debut album instead, and from that moment on it was a wrap. Krystal was multicultural and loved various genres of music such as salsa, bachata, merengue, rap, and R&B.
Krystal enjoyed spending quality time with her family and traveling with her Nani when she could. She loved laughing, joking, goofing around, and making Snapchat videos of her mother and little sister. Krystal carried such a contagious laugh, a beautiful smile, and she loved large.
Krystal worked at Prisma Health/Richland Hospital in Columbia for almost 6 years as a dedicated employee in the Environmental Services Department.
Krystal is survived by her parents, sisters, Monique “Nikki” Aulet of New York, Diamond J. “DJ” Robins of South Carolina; brothers, Kevin M. “Boo” Coppin, Elijah Aulet, Jeremiah Aulet, all of Brooklyn, NY; maternal grandmother, Vilma O. King of Panama; maternal grandfather, Ricardo R. King of Panama; paternal grandmother, Gloria Aulet of Brooklyn; paternal grandfather, Hector Aulet of Brooklyn; and a host of loving aunts, uncles, and extended loving family. Krystal was predeceased by her maternal great-grandmother, Pauline L. King.
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