Cindy Jones Obituary, Death – It is with a heavy heart that we must inform you that Miss Cindy Jones has passed away. In your prayers, please keep in mind Mrs. Clyde’s husband, Mr. Ollie Clyde, her sister Debra, and her brothers Duane and Johnny. Also, remember Mrs. Clyde’s children, Evan and Anna. Many thanks to all of Cindy’s relatives and friends who pitched in to help with her care. She had a genuine affection for and appreciation of all people. When the arrangements have been finalized, we will put them here.
Cynthia Funderburke Jones passed away on November 4, 2022, and she is now at peace. She is survived by her devoted husband Jerry Jones, her nephews Aaron Funderburke and Andrew Jones, her nieces Stefanie Funderburke, Brittney Funderburke, and Sara Davison, as well as a grandnephew and grandniece named Jason Funderburke and Juliana Davison. “Ada” was the name that Cynthia’s nieces and nephews affectionately called her.
She had a passion for the kitchen and enjoyed feeding all of her children as well as any guests that came to visit. Her chicken and dumplings are unequaled, and she refined her husband’s family recipe for homemade flour tortillas. Her chicken and dumplings are unrivaled as well. She was a kind and welcoming hostess who delighted in having friends and family over for the holidays. Cynthia was a devoted follower of the Catholic faith. She was a member of the Catholic Daughters Court St. Jane Frances de Chantal #2699 of St. Anthony of Padua and served as the past Regent of the Catholic Daughters Court 234 of Our Lady of Victory Co-Cathedral.
In addition, Cynthia was a member of the Catholic Daughters Court 234 of Our Lady of Victory Co-Cathedral. In addition to that, she worked as a spiritual director at the Woodlands, Texas location of St. Anthony of Padua. In addition to the many other skills she possessed, Cynthia was a well-known quilter. One of the quilts she made was honored by the community and inducted into the Texas Quilt Hall of Fame.
After graduating from the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Cynthia continued her musical studies at North Texas State University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in music education. Cynthia was an exceptional musician. She was a talented musician who played the piano, saxophone, clarinet, and flute, among other instruments. Over the past year and a half, Cynthia has been fighting cancer, and her strength has been unparalleled. Throughout the ordeal, she maintained a constant happy attitude, a positive outlook, and unshakeable faith. She demonstrated to her family what it means to genuinely serve one’s family and to be a servant of the Lord by serving as an example for them.