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August 21, 2018

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January 21, 2018
Cynthia, You were such a great influence in my life. A mentor, a friend and a dear soul. You will be remembered, and missed. Your strong will for all that is right and loving will be in my heart til I too follow you in to the unknown.

Love to those closest to you for whom the loss is unimaginable.
January 21, 2018
This is a beautiful tribute to a wonderful person. Cynthia was the first Southern lady I got to know. She was funny, adventurous, outgoing, opinionated, and loyal. There has been no one like her. I will miss her deeply, yet there are so many memories to make us smile. May we all live such full lives. She will always be with me and everyone lucky enough to have known her.
January 20, 2018
Kathy Sanders Keck
January 20, 2018
Cynthia and I were best friends when we were 14 and 15. She was so good and I was so bad. One night she spent the night with me, and I talked her into taking my dad's car to Babe Maloy's to get a cherry coke. She tried to talk me out of it , but I was determined. I didn't know how to drive, much less drive a straight shift.About a block away, I hit a bank. Bill Webster was driving by. He had been bowling at Palace Bowling lanes. He drove the car back to my house and parked it right back where I had taken it. My sister Ellie told Daddy that we had left the house. He was out looking for us. He never missed the car. The only damage was a missing Chevrolet emblem and Cynthia being tramatized. We had many other "adventures ". I bullied her onto doing a lot of things that she she really didn't want to do. She was a true friend. I have never had a friend like her. I loved her.