In Memory

Cindy Williams (Taylor)

Cindy Lou Williams Taylor, 57, of Kinston, went home to be with her Heavenly Father on Monday, August 13, 2007. Born October 9, 1949, to Judge Frank Williams and Peggy Herring Williams, she was a Transfer Specialist with the Lenoir County Tax Office. Cindy was a member of Wheat Swamp Christian Church and was a very loving wife, mother, grandmother and daughter. She was a devoted Christian and dearly loved her Lord. Her daily devotions were very important to her and her relationship with the Lord. She is preceded in death by her father and her sister, Dixie Williams. Survivors include her husband of 37 years, Pastor Lawrence R. Taylor of the home; daughters, Ginger T. Whaley and husband Bevan, and Brittanie Taylor of the home; grandchildren, Lane Alexander Whaley and Adyson Taylor Whaley; mother, Peggy Creech and husband James, of Kinston; sisters, Jenny Wingard and husband Ed, of Elloree, S.C., Betsy Thompson of Seven Springs, Kathy Paramore and husband Darwin, of Stanley

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10/22/08 07:45 AM #1    

Gail Alphin (Davis)

Our loss is Heavens Gain! I still love and miss you. When I look in the sky, I can almost see you looking down and shaking your head, as if to say, what are you doing. When going through a hard time, I think of what you went through with your cancer, and I know that God was with you and will be with us as well.

10/24/08 10:13 AM #2    

Steve Creech

Cindy was the kind of person that most people would not notice in high school. She was quiet and unassuming. She stayed out of trouble unlike myself and tried to be an example to me. She became my stepsister in high school our senior year. She was a good Christian and exemplified her faith in her daily life. I became her brother in Christ a few yers later and only then could I appreciate the life that she lived. I will see her again one day.

01/17/09 11:31 PM #3    

Diane Jarman

Cindy and I had several classes together including a math class with Donald Cobb. Cindy was a nice girl, but could always get Donald with a smart comeback (all in fun). Cindy's oldest daughter was in class with my son.
I missed her funeral, but sure she is in Heaven and sorely missed by her family.

Diane Jarman

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