Cindy Robinson Price
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Cindy Robinson Price Sweet & Loving Spirit  Cindy Lou Robinson Price died April 18, 2004 following a series of health problems.  Born August 23, 1960 to LeBaron and Carol Ann Robinson, Cindy entered this world with a tender heart and shared it with her husband Dana T. Price on April 27, 1985.  She extended her love and tenderness to her daughters, whom she served with endless selflessness.  Cindy lived with acceptance and love for all. She was a member of the LDS Church. Cindy worked as a "lunch lady" at Mission Middle School until her health prohibited. She enjoyed being playful with the students and her co-workers. Cindy showed the ability to bring fun to all situations which sustained her youthful spirit in the face of illness. She brought joy to her family and friends and will be missed dearly. Survived by her husband, Dana; two daughters, Brittany N. (Richard) Bezanson, Taylorsville, UT; and Courtney D. Price, Bellevue, NE; mother, Carol Ann Robinson, Salt Lake City, UT; brother, Curt L. (Mindy) Robinson, Boise, ID; sisters, Camille Robinson, Cedar City, UT and Cathy A. Mafnas, Layton, UT; mother-in-law, Beth (Charles) Loveless, Spanish Fork, UT; father-in-law, Doug (Kaye) Price, Salt Lake City, UT; beloved nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and in-laws. Preceded in death by her father, LeBaron; grandparents, Bion and Lucille Tolman; cousins, aunts, uncles, and sister-in-law. Services will be held Friday, April 23, 2004 at 12 noon at the Kearns 25th Ward, 5905 So. 4000 W. A viewing will be held Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 So. State St., Murray and at the church one hour prior to services. Interment Holladay Memorial Park, 4900 So. Memory Lane (2260 East).

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Published in Deseret News on Apr. 21, 2004.
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