Chastadie (Chas) Nicole Sullins was born August 10, 1983 at Cox South in Springfield, MO. She was called home by our Lord very suddenly at St. Johns Hospital in Springfield, MO on October 28, 2011 at age 28. Chastadie was raised in her hometown Houston, MO and made many friends during her school years. She graduated with some of her best friends with the class of 2002. After high school, Chas went on to further her education at: UMKC, Drury University, Jefferson College, Rend Lake College, and Phoenix University; making friends everywhere she went. Chas dreamed of becoming a Chef, and one day owning and operating her own restaurant. In the meantime, Chas was employed as a nanny for her best friend, doing what she loved best, taking care of babies! She was like a second mom to the children and was loved greatly by them.
Chas was the most optimistic person you could ever meet. She was very open-minded and never judgmental of others. She had so many hopes and dreams for her life. Chas cared deeply about the people she loved, and would do anything for them. They were her whole life. Chas enjoyed reading, writing, watching movies, attending classes at college, shopping, researching her ancestry, supernatural things, planning holiday festivities, cooking, spending time with her loved ones, and above all caring for her "her babies". Chas was not seeing anyone at the time of her passing, but she had known true love and was hopeful of finding it again and starting a family of her own. Chas had a very admirable way of forgiving others and holding on to only compliments and positives, while letting any negativity roll off her shoulders.
Chas is survived by her mother Judy Fretueg, brother Corey Fretueg and wife Samantha, sister Tiffany Fretueg and fiancé Gino Ellis, nieces and nephews (who she loved as if they were her own children): Patience, Sylis, Evan, Chad, Evander & Arianna, her "second" family: Curt & Nancy Cichon and all their children, best friends Ashley Sudheimer and Angela Mendenhall, and many other relatives and countless friends.
Chas is preceded in passing by her Granny, Grandpa, Step-Father, several other relatives, and some close friends.
Chastadie was a joyous person who was always hopeful and optimistic no matter what life threw at her. She had a deep belief in God and Heaven and lived her life reflecting this. She treated each person she came to know as well as she could. As we grieve the loss of Chas, it will be for the empty spot that has been left in our hearts and lives, because she is now in a place where she will never experience pain again. Chas was loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed until we are able see her again.