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Obituary for Crystal Imad Daud Bulger

Crystal Mary Bulger (Daud) daughter and first born child to Imad and Faiha Daud. Born August 28, 1984, at Royal Oak Beaumont Hospital. Crystal was later blessed with 2 amazing siblings, Sister Helen Daud (Herman) and Brother David Daud (Poochie). Crystal spent her life growing up in Michigan and made many friends during her years and cherished all of those friendships. She was very close to her grandparents Thomas (2008) and Fahima (2004) Bahri. Crystal was a very emotional individual and took these passings with great sorrow. She suffered a 5 vessel bypass, and her life had changed. From that point, she was a caregiver to her mother, Faiha (2013). Crystal met her husband Steve through mutual friends they began to share time together, but it wasn't until her uncle Adnan Bahri (2011) was hospitalized that they realized this was more than a friendship The two married in 2011 and started their journey. Later that year, they mourned the loss of their unborn daughter Faith due to heath complications. Crystal continued to live a strong life even after being diagnosed with end stage Renal Failure receiving dyalasis 3 times a week. She was so spirited that she even returned to work and maintained a full-time job during treatment. In August of 2021, Crystal was in a head on roll over car accident. When she got to the hospital, she was fine with minor scrapes. It wasn't until that first night that they noticed internal bleeding and had emergency surgery, which led to 2 strokes. Crystal came back a fighter, learning to walk and become independent again. She had a setback in mid-2022 and found herself in a wheelchair even with rehab and the love of her family. She was just beginning to walk again. She went to Beaumont for some discomfort in her breast, and within 24 hrs, she made note she was having difficulties breathing and her heart stopped she fought for 2 hours through CPR and was pronounced dead at 7:22 pm February 27, 2023.
Crystal is among the family she loved and lost. May she rest easy in thier company as her fight is over. She will be missed and loved by all, but remember, death isn't goodbye it's only until we meet again. Crystal, may your memory give others the strength you had.

With love always RTDT Steve