Cindy was a good friend to my daughter, Kim, who was only 15 years old when she met Cindy. Cindy loved her granddaughter Jailyn and loved Jailyn’s half-sister Jerzi as her own granddaughter, too. She was so good and caring to all my girls.
Thoughts and prayers to all of Cindy’s family.
I cherished our friendship. Her laugh was infectious. I can hear it now. There was a group of us that always hung at her house. She loved company. She would always want me to make spaghetti when I came over. I will miss you girl. 💔💔 . Prayers to Robert and Keisha. Rest in peace Cindy my friend
I hadn’t seen you in years my friend but we always kept up through Facebook. I can here your voice and your laugh like it was yesterday ♥️
I will always treasure your friendship and all of our crazy days together. Save me a spot in Heaven!
Cindy as I still sit here and think wow why did this happen it still doesn’t seem real I have know you since diapers a little girl all the memories I’ve shared with you keisha to you being able to see my own two daughters since they were young god sure has his plans in his timing rather we are ready for it when I came up to hospital as you asked me and sis dayna to pray with you my heart was in awe I could see how scared and how real you was praying to the lord his mercy and grace was with you I can’t believe keisha is taking this easier than I thought I held her face crying telling her she has to be strong that’s what you would want her to do wow wow wow I wasn’t ready to leave church Sunday October 20th from a great service to receive a text you were gone my heart sank in my stomach I will sure miss you and my girls too they ask momma why did cindy have to go they cry often about it you sure are missed that’s forsure I love you so much
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Cindy Ellen Byrns, 61, passed away on October 20, 2019. She was born on September 29, 1958 to Lloyd and Mary Byrns in Evansville, Indiana.
Cindy was a wonderful mother and grandmother. She loved spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoyed listening to older country music.
Cindy is survived by her children Robert (Ashley) Wilder and Keisha Williams; her grandchild Jailyn Wilder; her brother Allen (Jan) Byrns; and several nieces and nephews.
Cindy was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Jim Byrns.
Private services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana.
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