Cyndie Jones, 56, of Waco, TX, won her race on earth and went to be with Jesus on November 21, 2018. Her visitation will be on November 29, 2018 Thursday night at Pecan Grove Funeral Home on N. Robinson Dr from 6-8 pm. Her funeral service will be on November 30, 2018 Friday morning at 10 am at Harvest Time Revival Center Church on Robinson Dr in Waco, TX. Cyndie was born on October 25, 1962 in Ukiah, California. She moved to Texas when she was 7 years old and she attended LaPoynor high school in Poynor, TX where she was a cheerleader. She is preceded in death by her mother, Francis Wagner- Birch and her father John Wagner. Cyndie is survived by her husband of 40 years, Jerry Jones and her 9 children and their wives and her grandchildren that she completely and fully devoted her life to. They are, Brandon and Micah Jones of Pflugerville, TX, Brady and Joy Jones of Saginaw, TX, Blake and Kate Jones, of Longview, TX, Benjamin and Jonna Jones of Lorena, TX, Braden and Ashley Jones of China Spring, TX, Bryan and Anna Jones of Waco, TX, Bryce and Piper Jones of Waco, TX, Bethany Jones of Waco, TX, and Breanna Jones of Waco, TX. Cyndie had 11 grandchildren, they called her 'MiMi' and they were the light of her world; Camryn Jones, Jonah Jones, Kadence Jones, Zach Jones, Braeley Jones, Paul Jones, Jeremy Jones, Leiland Jones, Madeleine Jones, Chloe Jones, and Maverick Jones. Cyndie is also survived by her brothers and sister-in-laws, Keith and MaryJane Wagner of East, TX, and Butch and Cyndie Wagner of East, TX and her sister Claudia and Brian Moss , as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and many others.
Cyndie was known as a prayer warrior to everyone she knew. She never met a person without sharing Jesus and the gospel with them. Christ was the center and focus of her life. Everything Cyndie did was for Jesus and her family; she truly loved the Lord with all her heart, soul, and mind. Cyndie had no hindrances when it came to telling people about Christ or to loving others. Cyndie attended church at many different churches throughout her lifetime, she led home groups in her house, and had many ministries where she gave to others and prayed for them. Cyndie always told her family, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Cyndie was the matriarch of her family; she held everyone together, she made sure there was always quality time spent with each other, and she loved to be with family all the time. Cyndie was full of life and color; she wore vibrant colors and was always laughing and smiling. She would say, "I love to have a good time" and she brought the party wherever she went. Cyndie homeschooled her children and devoted her life to raising them unto the Lord. All of her time and energy went to her family. She was passionate about babies, children, and families and there are countless families that she encouraged and helped all while she was raising her own children. Cyndie bragged about her grandchildren and how happy she was to be a grandma, she said that it was the greatest gift in the world. And she was the fun grandma who would swim with you, take you shopping, play ball, read books, have nerf gun fights, go to the park, and take you to church and tell you about Jesus. Cyndie collected memories, not things. You could not impress her with fancy, expensive, or rare items. She loved people and she wanted other people to feel loved by her. She was very good at including others and inviting them to be with her and her family. She was always on the go, nothing stopped her. When others were tired, she still had energy left and knew how to make you feel like you could keep up with her and her endless energy. One of her priorities in life was to raise up her children to live a godly life and she made it very important to speak life into her family and others. She was a great example that you can overcome whatever happens in life and that you can do it with great strength from Jesus. Cyndie had a wide circle of friends that was full of meaningful relationships. She always adopted everyone and said that most of her friends were like family. She had a way to make you feel loved, heard, and seen, without doing anything extravagant at all. We have confidence that Cyndie is healed and in heaven with her heavenly Father and that she is happy. She will be missed every second, of every day that we have to spend without her. Thank you for giving all of us life and for growing such an amazing family and leaving an incredible legacy.