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Poe, Cynthia L.

Poe, Cynthia L.

February 24, 1961 — October 5, 2021

Cynthia “Cindy” Poe passed away quietly at her home in Blue Springs, Missouri, surrounded by her family. Cindy was born on February 24, 1961 to Richard “Dick” and Nadine Morningstar in Gary, Indiana. She was a loving wife to Gary Poe for 36 years, and a proud mother to Christina, Amanda, and Ryan. Her family later expanded, and she was an attentive nana to Madisen, Isla, Blake, Miles, and Maeve. Her life was spent caring for her family and her beloved dogs. Cindy was a faithful Christian and loved the Lord. Her strength and devotion to her faith never left her. She lived a dignified and full life, despite her brave battle with a progressive disease. Cindy never lost her beautiful and resilient spirit; she lived the last years of her life exactly the way she wanted. She was the absolute heart and soul of her family, and there is a void left which will never be filled. They will continue to carry on her legacy of unconditional love and support for each other.

Services will be held privately. In lieu of flowers please send donations to Ministry Watch, ministrywatch.com.

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Services will be held privately. In lieu of flowers please send donations to Ministry Watch, ministry watch.com.

Poe, Cynthia L.'s Guestbook

From the Brill family were so sorry to hear for your loss , I know she’s in a better place now.

Danny Brill ( cousin)

Cindy was my cousin, her mother, my great-aunt. We share many memories from her house in Raytown growing up. I remember sleepovers and our mom's visits together. I pray God's comfort over you all.

Joyce Phipps

So so sorry for your loss. Know she is in a far better place and no longer hurting.

Marilyn Morningstar (Aunt Marilyn)

So sorry for your loss!! Will keep you all in my prayers!! I know your mom is completely healed and is dancing with the King of Kings! ! Love, Beanie!!

Beanie

Will are definitely miss, aunt Cindy. I was just talking about you the other day to a friend. Just remembering your sweet tea.

Kimberlee Katekaru

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