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Cynthia Lynn Cole, known to many as Cindy, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 20, 2023, at the University of Louisville Hospital. Born on Friday, December 6, 1968, she was a loving, selfless, and spirited woman who touched the lives of many throughout her 54 years.
Cindy was preceded in death by her parents, Marvin and Shirley Williamson.
She is survived by her loving husband of 38 years, Anthony Cole; three children, Collisha Woodring, Rochelle Cole, and Anthony Cole, Jr.; one grandchild, Brystal; one brother, John Williamson; one sister, Tabatha Judd; and a host of family and friends who will cherish her memory.
Cindy's love for her family was evident in everything she did. As a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, she selflessly put the needs of her loved ones before her own. Her children and grandchild were her pride and joy, and she was always there to support and encourage them in their endeavors. Her husband, Anthony, was her rock and the love of her life. Together, they built a beautiful life filled with love, laughter, and many cherished memories.
Cynthia was widely known for her generous spirit and unwavering commitment to helping others. This dedication to service was evident in her decision to become an organ donor, a choice that would ultimately save the lives of many in need. Through this selfless act, she was able to provide hope and a second chance at life for families across the country.
Cindy's interests were as diverse as her personality. She had a passion for reading, which she shared with her children and friends. In addition to her love for books, Cindy was an accomplished crocheter. Her beautiful creations were a testament to her patience, skill, and creativity. Friends and family members were often the recipients of her intricate and lovingly crafted pieces, which they will treasure as reminders of her talent and generosity.
Cindy's green thumb was evident in her thriving garden, which she tended to with great care and enthusiasm. She took pride in her ability to grow beautiful garden, which she generously shared with her family, friends, and neighbors.
Christmas held a special place in Cindy's heart. She embraced the spirit of the season and delighted in sharing her love for the holiday with everyone she encountered. Her home was a wonderland of twinkling lights, festive decorations, and Christmas cheer. She eagerly anticipated the arrival of the season each year and took great pleasure in spreading joy and goodwill to all.
Cindy's spirited nature and zest for life were contagious. She had the ability to light up a room with her laughter and warm-heartedness. Her genuine interest in the lives of others endeared her to many, and her friendships were deep and lasting. She will be remembered for her kindness, her generosity, and the love she had for those who were fortunate enough to know her.
In celebrating Cindy's life, we honor the legacy she leaves behind. Her unwavering love for her family, her passion for her hobbies, and her commitment to her community are testaments to the remarkable woman she was. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and all those who had the privilege of knowing her. Cremation was chosen.