today, tomorrow and beyond.
Christia L. Bobb, CFSP
Born and raised in Beaumont, Texas, it was ALWAYS the passion for Christia to become a licensed Funeral Director / Embalmer. Upon completing her studies at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, she made the transition to Houston, Texas, to pursue a career in the Funeral Service Industry. With over 25 years in the industry, Christia has a plethora wealth of knowledge as well as commendations.
Not knowing how life would bring about change, Ms. Bobb, never could have imagined that she would be a part of history and a national as well as an international movement of “Black Lives Matter”, as she has had the honor and privilege of serving the family of George Floyd as Funeral Director In Charge of Logistics with Fort Bend Memorial Planning Center.
As The Funeral Director in Charge at Pruitt’s in the Heights, Ms. Bobb has been tasked by the ownership to take the funeral industry into a new direction, NOT forgetting tradition but enhancing on it.
Christia is a proud member of The Church Without Walls, under the pastorate of Dr. Ralph Douglas West, Sr., where she serves in various ministries. She is also a member of the 100 Black Women of Funeral Service where she was honored as a Woman of Distinction in Funeral Service for the state of Texas and was also a scholarship recipient while attending mortuary school at Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service. She is also a proud member of the Order of the Eastern Star and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Christia is the youngest of five siblings, mother of one son, Keegan, and Glam-Ma to her grandson Kai. In her spare time, Christia loves being surrounded by her family, enjoying the great outdoors & cooking authentic Creole dishes. For her, God and family are the true foundation of any success.