Cynthia Lee Etcheverry

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A Celebration of Life service for Mrs. Cynthia Lee Etcheverry, 55, will be Sunday, July 10, 2016, at 3 p.m. at Plainview Congregational Holiness Church, 4670 Possum Trot Road, Piedmont, AL, 36272. Cynthia died on Wednesday, July 6, 2016. She is survived by her life long soul mate of 38 years, Steve Williams, of Anniston; her parents, Michael and Dixie Etcheverry, of Burley, Idaho; her younger brother, Michael V. Etcheverry, Brigadier General (Ret. U.S. Army), of Boise, Idaho; her best friend, Josh Williams, of Piedmont; her mother-in-law, Margaret Williams, of Piedmont; two brothers-in-law, Eric Williams and Charles (Cheryl) Williams, of Piedmont; three nieces, Kara and Michaela Etcheverry, of Boise, Idaho, and Hannah Williams, of Piedmont and three nephews, Dominique and Marshal Etcheverry, of Boise, Idaho and Adam Williams, of Piedmont. Cynthia Lee Etcheverry was born on January 20, 1961, in Montpelier, Idaho. While growing up, Cynthia lived in several places including Laramie, Washington, Preston, Idaho and Ogden, Utah. Prior to her college graduation, Cynthia moved to Logan, Utah where she graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Horticulture. It was there at USC where she met her soul mate, Steve Williams. Cynthia and Steve traveled often and lived throughout the United States, Central America, Europe and Asia, but fate would have it that they finally settle in Alabama. Cynthia was a kind hearted and loving person. She had multiple hobbies which involved painting, watching hummingbirds and butterflies, being anywhere in the great outdoors, hiking, camping, scuba diving, skiing and horseback riding. Cynthia loved visiting with her paternal grandparents, Pete and Nadine Etcheverry, at their family cattle ranch in Wyoming and also visiting with her maternal grandparents, Beverly and Gene Parkinson in Border, Wyoming. She was a very intellectual person and succeeded in many different occupations. Cynthia's last occupation was a personal business which she enjoyed greatly called "Slumber Parties by Cynthia". Mrs. Etcheverry was known for her hard work and dedicated abilities in all things. She had a love for animals of all kinds and kept their presence constant throughout her life. Cynthia will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. Online condolences to the family at: www.klbrownfuneralhome.com. K. L. Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Center 332 Nisbet Street, N.W. Jacksonville, AL, 36265
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K.L. Brown Funeral Home and Crematory
322 Nisbet Street NW
Jacksonville, AL 36265
(256) 435-7042
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Published in The Anniston Star from July 8 to July 9, 2016