We will always remember her enthusiasm & love for her grandchildren.
Our prayers are with you.
Kent & Patty Capper
So sorry to hear this news Cindy has been a customer of ours for many years I had no idea that she was even sick I just seen her I'm so going to miss her deeply her family is in our prayers
I knew Cindy some forty years ago and just loved her. We lost contact. I know she will be missed. June Gulley Parkinson
To all Cindy's family, the Hank Mitchells extend their sincerest condolences. Cindy never met a stranger! May God Bless her and all the family. Carry her in your hearts with the many, many joyful memories you have. Love to you all.
So sorry to hear about my sister. Charlie, Ali, Ryan, and all the Grand Kids. Your wife, mom and Mimi was the best sister anyone could ever have. She will be truly be missed by the whole family and all her dear friends. You are all in our prayers and we love you very much.
Ron McCrackin & Gayle Snyder
Dear Charlie & Family,
Although Ron and I only met Cindy in Vegas in August, we felt like we had known her forever. Her warm and gregarious personality made us immediate friends. I was shocked and saddened to hear of her passing. She is gone at a much too early age. She will be missed. All of you are in our prayers.
Dear Charlie and Family--we grieve with you and yours. We pray earnestly that you with be comforted with peace and strengthend in the difficult days ahead. Cindy was so fun and never met a stranger. We had such a great time when you guys came to our celebration in Las Vegas and Cindy became 'Facebook' friends with many of our lifelong friend because, in their words, "we liked her immediately and traded emails and became FB friends. Jenny Pope, her 87 year old aunt and fast friend, said she will miss her regular phone calls, chatting and laughing, and getting mail. Cindy knew what fun it was for Jenny to get 'mail' and so, wrote regularly, sent funny cards and this just added such a bright spot in her day. Cindy came to Amarillo to see her last summer and oh, my gosh! We laughed, lunched, drank wine and she had us rolling in the floor as she mimicked her Daddy's 'walk'. I actually had commented that when her Daddy, Tanks (my Dad's first cousin) died, they broke the mold. And her response was an exuberant laugh and she said, "No they didn't--I'm just like him...watch this!" She leaves us with precious memories and such sorrow that her bright light won't illuminate our lives physically. We expect to be overcome with her light again when we meet in heaven with the angels and the other saints! Francis de Sales wrote words that echo our thought for you: Do not look forward to what may happen tomorrow; the same everlasting Father who cares for you today will take care of your tomorrow and everyday. Either He will shield you from suffering, or He will give you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace, then, put aside all anxious thoughts and imaginations and say continually "The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart has trusted in Him and I am helped. He is not only With me, but IN me and I in Him. Love Janace Pope Ponder and Jenny Pope
To: Charlie, Ali and Ryan and families, Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you and your families are very close in every thought and prayer.
Sending Love to you all, Diane
Ali, Joel, Helen and Pope,
We were so very sorry to learn about the loss of your precious mother. Know that you're all in our prayers. Your mother was a very special person and she will be missed by many. So happy to have had the pleasure of knowing her.
Alan and GeorgeAnne Youngner
St. Marks Episcopal Church