Cynthia Ann Pickens
August 25, 1953 - November 20, 2022
Cremation Society of Virginia
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Cynthia Ann Pickens, 69, passed away on November 20, 2022. Arrangements are under the care of Cremation Society of Virginia.

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Emelia left a message on December 6, 2022:
Koryn and family, I am very sorry for you loss. May her soul rest in peace. Emelia
Kim McConnaughey left a message on December 3, 2022:
Cyndi has been one of my closest friends for many years. I will miss her so very much - her goofy jokes, her silly hats, her love of animals and children, the way she named all her “vehicles”, our many lunches and card games with Candy, and so much more. She was one-of-a-kind and heaven is brighter because of her joining! Rest In Peace, my friend. 💜💜💜
Elizabeth Fresquez left a message on December 2, 2022:
What a beautiful spirit Cyndi had. She was such a light to this world. RIP.
Kimberly blake and Clark pickens left a message on December 2, 2022:
So sorry for your loss, praying for you and the family. Sending lots of 💌
Vicki Lear Walker left a message on December 1, 2022:
Rest in peace Cyndi. Prayers and love to family.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Lisa Gibbons left a message on December 1, 2022:
Sending deepest condolences to the family. Your Mother was an inspirational, brave and loving woman who brightened many lives. May your memories be a blessing and her beautiful soul will live on.
Candace. Byrne left a message on November 30, 2022:
CYNDI was a bright light on a hill. The world is dimmer with Cyndi's leaving for the arms of JESUS
Candace. Byrne left a message on November 29, 2022:
My beautiful sister CYNDI has gone on to heaven where she is dancing with JESUS with her new legs ! I miss her but I understsnd why she decided to go.. CYNDI has fought thru MS, infections and procedure after procedure. CYNDI was stronger, smarter, more loving then anyone I know. Plus she could sing, tell jokes and rollled over so many obsticles always coming at her. I feel privileged to be her sister..💕💖💋
Pam Domek left a message on November 29, 2022:
Cyndi loved her silly little hats. I was amazed at how many she had. It was another way she loved putting a smile on another's face. Her sweet humor will be missed. You are missed. Cyndi run free. 🌹😘🌹
Marc Gonzalez and Denise Nelson left a message on November 26, 2022:
Cyndi's beautiful spirit will be missed here and her memory is an inspiration. We can't think of Cyndi without remembering her big heart, larger than life personality, generous sense of humor, and all the laughs that we shared together.... And her love for her dogs! When our son Carter was born she was his "Grandma Cyndi" and he was her "Huckleberry".... She has a special place in our memories. Wishing peace to all.
Jeannine Leonhart left a message on November 25, 2022:
I have known Cyndi as a tag a long of Candy's since we were in grade school. As adults (and we both used that term lightly) we had many good times together through church and our girls' activities before she moved from Antioch. She will always be remembered for her kind and caring spirit and her awful jokes and puns. I remember when she got her MS diagnosis and how determined she was to fight it. And fight it, she did. She has earned her rest and is now safe in the arms of Jesus. Till we meet again, my friend...
Koryn Pickens left a message on November 25, 2022:
Bad mom/gram jokes were a thing in our family way before "dad jokes" became a term. Mom was funny and always tried her best to share joy with everyone she met. She will be missed but remembered by many. she fought so long and so hard. I am glad she can finally rest and hope she has found peace.
Kandy Castellano left a message on November 25, 2022:
My Momma was the most beautiful soul that ever lived. She fiercely loved her family, her friends, and her church. Momma taught us how to be strong, brave, and persevere through the hardest of times. And she loved good, terrible jokes, which fondly came to be known as "Gram jokes" by her cherished grandchildren. Tell someone a Gram joke in her honor. Laugh and smile and love each other. Momma's love and lessons will carry on through many generations to come. Fly high, Momma. I love you forever. ~JellyBean
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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