In Memory

Cynthia Carol Coley

Cynthia Carol COLEY - Born November 23, 1949 departed this life for eternal peace on Wednesday, December 1, 2004. She was preceded in death by her father Jack F. Coley. She is survived by her beloved mother Elsie, sister and brother in law Candy and Bob Springs; brother Rick; niece and nephew Taylor and Jack; many loving cousins and special friend Jim Fleming. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to Memorial Drive United Methodist Church, 12955 Memorial Dr. Houston, TX.77079.

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09/25/08 10:00 AM #1    

Edley Hail

Cindy was a great person whom lived a couple of streets over during our school years, I saw her several times after High school with my friend Tommy Cole. I know we both miss her .

09/30/08 09:40 PM #2    

Tommy Cole

Cindy was one of the great loves of my life. We sat next to each other throughout junior high and high school for most of our classes (Cole and then comes Coley). Most people will not remember, but Cindy was the only person at Spring Woods Junior High who went through the entire three years making all A's. She was one of the smartest, most talented, and creative people I have ever met.

I miss her dearly.

11/15/08 10:32 PM #3    

Richard Harold

Good friend and confidant~one of the first people I met my age in Texas June '61 summer before before 6th Grade . At first I could not understand certain words or what people were saying. NYC to Houston was quite a shock , she tryed her best to scare the hell out of me. It was her dry intelligent humor, first few days of 6 grade Ms Brock's class I was told to bring a Pin in Ms.Brock asked for a black Pin and it was science . Asked how big , oh about 6 inches ,showed Cindy a black Hat Pin not an easy find , oh that's perfect. Straight to the Office my first trip.Did not know the e was pronounce i back then it was a Pen she wanted .Got Cindy back. Trip #2 to the office ~we still became friends stayed on point until High School. Had a great time in Art Class with Cindy along with our group of Artists, maniacs ,mad dogs and our open your mind Teach Mrs Binker , my kind of teacher. Cindy's talent for Art flourished . You bet she was sharp .She would take notes at a Vietnam War protest .

We remained great friends up untill the end , she was tougher then she let on , Battled Breast Cancer and beat that. One of those friends that no matter how long your missing , pick up where you left off remember the gist of the conversation 10 years later and finish it !
What a lose . Damn straight she will be missed .

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