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Cynthia Ann Price, 63, of Independence, Missouri passed away February 9, 2021 at 7:30 PM. A Celebration of her Life will be held at a later date.
She was born January 26, 1958 in Kansas City, Missouri. Cynthia was a certified Vet Tech. She was in a singing group and was a big fan of “The Who”. Cynthia was a loyal fan of the Kansas city Chiefs. She loved her family and friends. A very special moment in her life was the Friday before her death, when se asked Jesus to be her savior and Lord. It is comforting to know we will see her again. Another interesting fact was that Cindi was born eleven years to the day that her brother Mike passed away. The Lord giveth and takes away.
Cynthia was preceded in death by; parents, Tom and Georgia Price; brothers Randall Price and Michael Price. Survivors include: brother, Manuel Price (Claudeana); nephews Gary Price (Kandi), George Price (Shana) and several cousins.
Sarah Duane says
Words cannot begin to convey the void that Cyndi leaves in my life and the lives of hundreds of others. She made everyone feel accepted and special. I pray for comfort for her family and all of her many, many friends.
Jessica Miesner says
Cyndi was such a special, kind, and beautiful person. She was such an animal lover and I always would ask her for advice and keep her up to date with what was going on with our kitties. She cared so much about her friends and they cared so much for her.
DM Stevenson says
I can’t begin to express the shock and sorrow it brought me to learn of Cyndi’s passing. But I will always have comfort in the time I spent with her: memories of her singing, and laughing, of performing with her, and of course, I never smell the fragrance of patchouli without thinking of her. I’m so glad she was a part of our lives.
RA Rhodus says
I can’t imagine my life without Cyndi, but I know that everyone who called her a friend was very lucky. We miss you and love you.
Ginger Bonnett says
Cyndi had such a positive impact on my life. Her spirit was so bright. She was so encouraging. She always had a song in her heart and a beautiful smile on her face. I love you Cyndi! Keeping her friends and family in my prayers.
Michele Draper says
She will be missed but never forgotten. RIP Angel in Heaven and please say hello to Deb for me ?
Mary Infranca Beaulieu says
I am so sorry, I met Cyndi in high school we hung out our senior year and also while in college. She was such an awesome person friends to everyone, love of animals, a wonderful singer, a happy and loving person she introduced me to many things and I have such fond memories. I am so sad that I missed out on the last few years of her life never thinking she would pass so young, made me realize how important it is to keep in touch. I will miss her and I thank her for all the wonderful memories.
Tim "Gumby" Baggs says
Hard to believe. My goodness Cyndi was so much fun! I treasure her friendship and will miss her terribly!
Lisa Maturen Nigro says
Cyndi, my heart aches for you leaving this world, but my heart rejoices for those who you now are with, my dear soul, you are light no matter where you fly. I’m so thankful for the light you were in life. I only hope I will have been an influence to others as you have been. I seriously hope you are on the most free run, on your feet running free.