Cynthia White Obituary California, Cynthia White has passed away

Cynthia White Obituary, Death – Cynthia “Memaw” White entered into eternal bliss. The daughter of Eugene S. and Marie S. Houston, she was born on July 15, 1950, in Toledo, Ohio. Class of 1968 graduates from Waite High School includes Cynthia. She attended Davis College of Business after graduating. Following graduation, Cynthia worked as a data processor for more than ten years at Owens Illinois and more than twenty years at Riverside Hospital. Cynthia also went to the culinary program at Owens Community College. Cynthia was a committed member of Christ Church Triumphant, where she served as a volunteer, took part in a bible study group, and enjoyed spending time with other church members. She also cherished the time she spent with her close friend Sarah.

Cynthia was always the life of the party and had a lovely disposition. She smiled brightly and made everyone feel welcome. Her laughing spread quickly. She had a fantastic attitude and a bright demeanor. She had a reputation for sharing her affection through cuisine. She was predeceased by her brothers Eugene “Genie” and Charles “Jimmy,” as well as her nephews Bryan and Kevin, in addition to her parents.

Her children Jeff (Amy) and Kesha are still alive, as are her grandchildren Jeffrey (Ally), Kearia, Alana, Alecia, Jaylen, and Isaiah, as well as her great-grandson Xavier and a future great-grandson. Along with a large number of relatives and friends, she is also survived by her two devoted sisters, Shirley Ellis and Judy (Butch) Ellis.

The family will welcome visitors to the Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions – SW Chapel, 4752 Heatherdowns Blvd. (419-381-1900), on Thursday from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Funeral Services will start at 11 a.m. At Historic Woodlawn Cemetery, burial will take place after.

Donations to the American Diabetes Association can be made by anyone who want to honor Cynthia in a particular way. Cynthia wanted to have vivid, happy memories of her life. We urge visitors to wear colorful clothing in order to fulfill her wish. Masks must be worn.

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