Cynthia-Hurd-Obituary

Cynthia Graham Hurd

Obituary

Cynthia Graham Hurd CHARLESTON - Funeral services celebrating the life of Mrs. Cynthia G. Hurd will be held on Saturday, June 27th, at 11:00 a.m. at Emanuel AME Church, 110 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC, 29401. She will be laid to rest in Emanuel A.M.E. Church Cemetery, Charleston, SC. The wake will be held Friday, June 26th at the Emanuel AME Church from 8:30 pm-10:00 pm. She was the daughter of Melvin and Henrietta Johnson Graham, both who predeceased her. She is survived by: her husband, Arthur Stephen Hurd; five siblings and their spouses, Robert J. and Permetha Moultrie, Gilbert L. and Sally Moultrie, Melvin L. and Verda Graham, all from the Charleston area, Averill "Jackie" and Raynell Jones of Virginia Beach, Va., and Malcolm R. and Kim Graham of Charlotte, N.C.; a mother-in-law, Pauline G. Hurd; a brother-in-law and spouse, Francis M. and Faith Hurd; a sister-in-law, Sheila P. Capers; plus a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and other extended family members. Expressions of sympathy to the family may be made online at www.fieldingfuneral.com. Professional Services By: FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS, 122 Logan Street, Charleston, SC 29402; Office: 843-722-3348 or 1-800-290-5954. Visit our guestbook at www.legacy.com/obituaries/ charleston

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STILL REMEMBERING YOUR KINDNESS AND SINCERE WILLINGNESS TO
ASSIST OTHERS IN ALL WAYS TO EXPERIENCE THEIR INTEREST IN EXPANDING KNOWLEDGE OF THE LIBRARY AND ITS OFFERINGS! WHAT A "GIFT" YOU WERE AND WE ALL "MISS" AND "LOVE" YOU! REST IN PEACE!
*BURKE HIGH - CLASS 1959 FOR ALWAYS MAKING MEETING ROOM ACCOMODATIONS PLEASURABLE!

What a great legacy left by Cynthia Graham Hurd.

Still praying for your family and community. Cynthia is not forgotten. I am praying for the peace that passes all understanding to guard your minds in Christ Jesus. Praying for provision and hope as well.

Cynthia was so much fun and had the greatest smile. Am praying for you all.

I was richly rewarded to have known Ms. Cynthia and her expertise at the St. Andrews library. She always was there to solve situations and to listen and help.
St. Andrews library and the Charleston Community have truly lost a valuable person.
RIP Ms. Cynthia

Good Sunday Afternoon,

Today I said a prayer on behalf of the Hurd family. I truly am blessed to have meet Cynthia just a few months ago. She took the time to show my husband and I around Charleston, and we sand gospel songs as she showed me her church. I'm sure she is sincerely missed, because she touched my life for even a brief moment.

When Cynthia was in library school, I was one of her teachers and also her advisor. She was one of those students a teacher never forgets - enthusiastic, determined, a wise and well spoken contributor to class discussions. She clearly carried those characteristics forward throughout her career. My deepest condolences to her immediate family and to the extended family of all people whose lives were brightened by Cynthia's presence.

Cynthia always brightened our day when we were at the Dart library. She was so much fun with my twin boys. You could tell she loved her job and the people she helped. We will miss her always smiling face.