CYNTHIA-COLLIER-Obituary

CYNTHIA ANN COLLIER

Cleveland, Ohio

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COLLIER CYNTHIA ANN COLLIER, 61, passed away Jan. 21, 2011. Beloved sister of John Jr. (Margaret), Sterling (Cassandra) and Everett (Susan). Services Saturday, Jan. 29, at Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church, 3232 E. 128 Street at Abel Ave. at 10:30 AM. WAKE 10 A.M. Arrangements entrusted to...

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Dear Cousin Cynthia & Family. I am very sadened to hear of your passing this late and in this manner. I will hold on to the exciting memories I have coming to see you as a little girl. I've always looked up to you & glad you were able to be apart of major mile stones in my life. I hate I didn't keep in touch more often. I love you & miss you! GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!! -Your Aunt Georgia's great grand daughter

Cynthia, thank you for being my friend. Girl, I miss you so and I am really a better person for knowing you.

Cynthia

You are missed by so many. I want to add my memories of you as a special person and a wonderful aunt. We shared some great times with our two special nieces; memories that still make me smile today. I sometimes reminded them that you were a wonderful role model for them.

My sympathy to them, to Ev and to the many people whose lives you touched. Your special nature lives on in all who knew you.

Ms Collier,

Your beauty, grace, guidance, humor, discipline, and "in-class chocolate breaks" are sorely missed. We appreciate your example of excellence, learning, and hard work which has a massive impact on our development as productive adults.

I remember you when my Mom reminisces about her adventures with you as young teachers--an equally vital part of her life as you are of mine and my siblings.

You remain in the heart of my Mother, my...

I am glad that I had the opportunity to work with and to get to know this candle of light. She was a beautiful spark that motivated us. I am appreciative of the time she used to help me to be better.
Charley Reynolds

Ms. Collier, my seventh grade social studies teacher at Monticello Middle School, was one of the outstanding black women that helped shape my young life and encouraged me to be the woman I am today. An attorney. I can hear her say, in the way only she could, "Well done Ms. Graves." My heart goes out to the family, prayers to her relatives and to Malcom Hicks.

May God bless and keep your family in your time of mourning, knowing that Cynthia is at peace and in her glory with our Heavenly Father. She was an extraordinary person. I will miss her.

Cynthia,
How can I say thanks for all that you have done for me and my family? I will treasure every moment we shared trying to solve the problems of the world and understanding the unique differences of our relatives:). I am still in shock that you have gone on to be with the Lord, and preparing to wait for all of us to finish our journey here on earth. May you rest in the arms of Jesus, job well done my sweet cousin. It 's your time to rest in peace. God will take care of...