Cynthia S. "Cindy" Williams

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  • "Steve~ I'm so very sorry for your loss. Just now went to..."
    - Melissa Zelinski
  • - Keith Niemeyer
  • "We hope God's blessings and peace engulf you,"
    - Jack Blevins
  • - Silas Thornton
  • "Dear Steve, Ben and Lexi, You are right that she has added..."
    - Janice Ray
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Cynthia "Cindy" Sharon (Bailey) Williams, 50, of Conroe, Texas passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family. She was born on June 27, 1963 in San Antonio, Texas to Earnest and Sharon Bailey. Cynthia Williams was a passionate and caring mother of two and a wife to Steve for 27 wonderful years.Though she was a busy mom she always made time to take part in the praise teams at Oak Ridge North Church of Christ, Spring Woodlands Church of Christ and Grace Crossing Church for many years. She had a natural love and skill when it came to the care and teaching of toddlers and infants at those congregations and was loved by all children. There are quite a few things that will always be remembered about Cindy. She had a genuine love and compassion for all of God's creations and would go out of her way to help them no matter how big or small even stopping to help a snake get off of a busy road. Her smile and her laugh were infectious spreading and lighting up any room that she entered. Because of her generous heart she also became known for her culinary skills, never failing to impress with what ever food she prepared and was always generous and eager when it came to sharing recipes and tips. Her love for Jesus and her angelic singing voice are only two of the reasons that we can be sure that she is singing with the heavenly hosts and has found her place in Jesus' arms. Cindy is preceded in death by her mother, Sharon Bailey. She is survived by her loving husband Steve Williams; children, Benjamin Williams and Alexis Williams; father, Earnest L. Bailey; brother, John Bailey and wife Kelly Dean-Bailey; nieces, Maggie Bailey and Maizie Bailey; aunt, Joan Klundt and husband Roland; uncle, Jack Hicks and wife Linda; numerous more relatives and close friends. Visitation will be Wednesday, August 7th from 6-8PM at Addison Funeral Home. A service of remembrance will be Thursday, August 8th at 10AM at Grace Crossing Church 105 FM 1488 Rd Conroe, TX 77384 with burial to follow in Forest Park The Woodlands Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to Addison Funeral Home 18630 Kuykendahl Road Spring, Texas 77379 281.350.0998.
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Published on from Aug. 5 to Aug. 19, 2013