Obituaries


Cynthia Elaine Clenney

October 15, 1961 - July 9, 2019

Burial Date July 20, 2019

Posted by:
Ruthie Toliver Smith

Posted on:
July 13, 2019

My Friend You left us all to early but God had other plans for you. We had Joy, We had Fun, We had seasons in the sun. You have always been so real and not even two weeks ago we were chatting on Facebook. My Heart goes out to your children, Grandchildren and all who loved you.

Posted by:
Tia Bellah

Posted on:
July 13, 2019

I Never Said Good-Bye, and neither did you... we always told each other later.... I Love you My Dear Friend Cindy Miller, May you rest in peace... Until we meet again loving you........ In Memory of My Dearest and Best Friend Cindy Miller, May You Rest in Peace. I Will Love you always and Forever.... Until We Meet Again.... — feeling sad.

Posted by:
Brenda Faircloth Temples

Posted on:
July 13, 2019

Don't know where to start ,We where just talking Tuesday morning right before you where to help a lady with her house.Cindy you where always there when I needed someone to talk to especially about my momma(Charlotte Faircloth) I held her in my arms when she took her last breath.You where there you helped me out so much to the point where I felt of you being my sister.I will never forget you.It will be hard to come to GA. and your not there to talk to.God please wrap your arms around her and her family they will need the comfort as they travel that road as I did. God Bless her and the family. I love you sis???

Posted by:
Lucia Kelly Walls

Posted on:
July 13, 2019

I want to express my deepest sympathies to all of Cindy's family. I pray that God wraps his arms around all of you and gives y'all peace and comfort during your times of sorrow. Hold on to all your memories made with Cindy and know that I love all of you.

Posted by:
Sandra Stallings

Posted on:
July 12, 2019

Know that so many people are praying for all of you, may the love, kindness and care shown by those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the many days ahead.

Posted by:
Dr Johnny Clinton PhD

Posted on:
July 11, 2019

I just heard that you left all of us unintentionally last Tuesday night. With a broken heart from all of us, we will miss you deeply. You know that I will be missing you. As of now, I pray that you are having a grand old time with all our past family and friends in heaven. I will be looking for you in about 45 years. I am deeply sorry that I did not get the chance to see you again. We had a lot of great times together growing up. I don't know any of your children, but if they are your's, I know they are the best they can be. So long my dear friend, love you much and tell everyone up there hello for me.