Cynthia Joy "Cindy" Williams

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Cynthia Joy "Cindy" Williams, age 56 of the
Westport community, passed away on Sunday,
November 4, 2018.
The tale of two Cindy's: For
those of you that knew her for a
significant amount of time, you
know this to be true. After accepting
Jesus Christ as her Lord and
Savior Cindy pursued a family
life with Randy Williams. They
established a home together in
Westport, KY and raised three
children, homeschooling them and raising them
with the same faith in Jesus. During this time
Cindy was a pillar in her family, avid gardener,
an event planner for her town and home-school
community, and always willing to help anyone
in need. She was a wife, teacher of many subjects,
silly, a mother, a grandmother, a sister, a
daughter, a comedian, and radiant friend who
glowed with God's spirit. In her later years
Cindy began to experience a variety of health
issues. Unfortunately doctors were never able
to pinpoint a singular cause for these ailments
and she was forced to endure discomfort, pain,
and uncertainty until her final moments. We
rejoice in the fact that we know Cindy is no
longer feeling these negative entities and are
grateful for the host of wonderful memories to
recall when we think about Cindy's time here
on earth. Such a small paragraph does not do
justice to the woman we knew, we pray that
you remember her for her in her best years with
a life full of vigor and passion for her Savior.
Cindy was preceded in death by her parents,
James and Joyce Goodman Fugate.
Per Cindy's wishes cremation was chosen.
A celebration of Cindy's was held
Sunday, November 18, 2018 at the John Black
Community Center in La Grange, KY 40031.
To leave a special message for the family,
please visit www.Newcomerkentuckiana.com.
Published in The Oldham Era on Nov. 22, 2018