Cynthia Sue Jenkins

Be completely humble and gentle, be patient, bearing with one another in love – Ephesians 4:2

Cynthia Sue Jenkins, born to Virginia A. (nee Constantin) Jenkins and Howard R. Jenkins on March 11, 1946, transitioned into infinite bliss on Sunday, April 26th, 2020 due to complications of the COVID-19 virus. Her daughter was by her side.

Cherished mother of Tami Rigdon Wells, loving sister of Judith Stevens (nee Jenkins) and Richard Jenkins, Wendy Jenkins (Miller), dear aunt to many nieces, nephews and cousins. Cindy will forever be defined by her tender heart, unequaled generosity and resilient spirit. She was a true friend to all and a loyal advocate for those less fortunate. If she had it, she gave it! She rejoiced in other’s happiness, much more so than her own. Her life was not one of ease, but she faced her challenges fiercely — with strength and courage. She bounced back, proving time and time again, she was unbreakable.

Cindy will be deeply missed and forever in our hearts.

“What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.”

— Helen Keller

Due to current social distancing restrictions, a celebration of life will be announced later.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests all to plant a perennial in Cindy’s honor. In this way, her life will be celebrated with a beautiful, everlasting living memorial. Please text a photo of your plant to any family member. The photos will be compiled and turned into a memory book for her loved ones.


Much Love.

God Bless


  1. Tina Huss on May 8, 2020 at 10:06 pm

    One of the kindest and most gentle souls to ever cross our world. I’m forever touched and blessed for having known Cindy. I will forever carry some of her wonderful kindness in my heart, and I will always remember her sweetness and her laugh. “I don’t care if it rains or freezes, long as I got my plastic Jesus”

  2. Connie Young on May 9, 2020 at 2:12 am

    Cindy was one of the kindest and most generous people I’ve ever known. She had a wonderful laugh. Her daughter Tami is so much like her. She was a true friend to me and I miss her very much. She is up in heaven laughing with our friend Alice Singen and basking in the love of Jesus.

  3. Gregory on May 10, 2020 at 10:31 pm

    I work at the nursing home Cindy resided at. She was an absolute sweetheart. I had the privilege to know her and her daughter Tami for 3 years. I have so many great memories of Cindy. She was such good friends with other residents who will miss her deeply. The staff adored her and will miss her terribly. She was like a part of the building. Things will not be the same without her. She would always call everybody honey, had such a sweet laugh and a great sense of humor. She was also very smart. Some of the staff called her Cindy Loo Hoo. She was always smiling and laughing even as she entered her final months. She loved ice cream, enjoyed entertainment, ordering pizza with her friends, and being outside in warm weather. I will miss Cindy very much. My deepest condolences to Tami and the rest of the family. May Cindy’s memory be a blessing. May she Rest In Peace.

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