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Cynthia Lea May Obituary
May, Cynthia Lea CHULA VISTA -- Cynthia Lea May born on January 11, 1939, passed away on July 24, 2013. She is survived by her two daughters, Valerie Chavez and Karen Eastman; four grandchildren, Nicholas and Tiffany Chavez and Christy and Nicole Eastman; and two great- grandchildren, Jasmine and Adrienne. Also by her younger brother Bob Stuart. She grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, with her brother and sister Bob and Bobby. She married George Parsons at 17 and moved to San Diego. She led a full life with many interesting adventures. She traveled all over the U.S. by motor home. Her international visits included China, Egypt, Canada, Mexico and all over Europe. Her hobbies included gold panning in Northern California and Alaska and digging in ghost town dumps for treasures. She also loved to raise orchids and cockatiels. Her passion was collecting antiques. She opened an antique store in downtown Chula Vista. She was no doubt the Matriarch of the family. She was loved by all. She planned family gatherings for every occasion keeping the family close together. Her career included working in their family dry cleaning business as well as a homemaker. She was also an escrow officer and a real estate agent. She will be greatly missed. Services will be held on Wed., July 31st, at Glen Abbey Mem. Park. in Little Chapel of the Roses. On Tues., July 30th, there will be a viewing from 5:00-9:00 p.m. in the main chapel.
Published in U-T San Diego on July 30, 2013
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