Smith, Cynthia Jane


Cynthia Jane Smith of Carrollton, Texas passed away on Monday, May 10, 2021 at the age of 60.

Visitation will be on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the Brooks Family Chapel of the North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234.

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7 replies on “Smith, Cynthia Jane”

Barb Dewan says:

RIP, my sweet friend. I loved flying with u all these years. Funny, witty & always a great listener. We had so many laughs. The world has lost a beautiful soul. See u someday. God bless & keep you.

Debbie Riling says:

My deepest prayers and sympathy go out to my dear friend Cindi’s family. She was one of a kind, and I will miss her everyday always. She’s flying with the angels . Much peace and love

Michelle S Reitz says:

To my funny flying friend who hated to wear a watch. Maybe you knew something back then-that you didn’t want to keep track of time because it does go by too quickly. Josh and Allie, your Mom was so proud of you. She talked about both of you all the time. I know your Mom will watch over you. I will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers.

Babbie Wallace says:

Josh and Allie, I am so sorry about your sweet Mother. She talked about you and loved you very very much. We will truly miss our dear friend. I will remember her wit, laughter and the friendship always. I loved Cindy. My prayers are with you. Love, Babbie

Romy Skaper says:

I was always happy when I saw Cindi on my crew list because she was such a calm and gentle person. I literally think she is one of the most selfless people I have ever known. I always looked forward to hearing how Josh and Alle were doing and maybe sharing a new recipe that she had tried out. She will be greatly missed but certainly not forgotten.

Audrey Pennings says:

Dearest Allie and Josh- I feel like I have known both of you since the day you were born as your precious mother loved you both more than words can say, and I loved hearing all about both of you each and every time we flew together or saw each other- I will always have the nearest, dearest, and fondest memories of your dear mother as a friend and co-worker as she was and always will be such a gift to all who knew her and worked with her- I should have known we were kindred spirits since day 1 of knowing each other as I see now that we shared the same birthday and year- 10/10/1960- Oh how I wish this had come up so we could have laughed out loud about that one!! We always had the best time anytime we were together and we were always laughing about something- Allie and Josh I want you both to know that we all loved her as much as you do, and we surround you both and your family with loads of love, hugs, prayers and support always. I pray all of your wonderful precious memories help to bring you peace and comfort today and always- Love her so much and love you both. xoxoxo

Lori Butters says:

Dear Allie and Josh,
I flew with your Mom way back when Josh was in Kindergarten. We flew a whole month together and it was wonderful to know her.
Time went on and I’d fly with her again and get updated on your lives.
She adored you two and it was obvious! 💕
Last time we visited on a trip I saw pictures of your artwork, Josh!
Just wanted to share that she is and always be that special Mom and friend.
May you be comforted that your Mom meant a lot to so many Flight Attendant friends. She has that smile and glint in her eyes. I will always remember her chuckle or giggle. It makes me smile.

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Uncle Willard & Aunt Val Gean Wiese
We would like to thank you for linking us to the live streaming, so that we could see our Niece Cindy Ivin’s Memorial Service.  Please let her fellow workers know we thank them for their additional support along with her friends that helped her.  Cindy was very special to us. Uncle Willard & Aunt Val Gean Wiese North Dallas Funeral Home 972-241-9100 Don Dodd-Funeral Director