Cynthia Lynn Eschberger

June 6, 1965March 15, 2021

Cynthia Lynn Eschberger, 55, of Baytown, Texas, passed away March 15, 2021. She was born in NAS, Corpus Christi, Texas on June 6, 1965 to Don and Elaine Eschberger.

She was the first girl to play in Little League, and grew up to set multiple state records in Track and Field. She was a nationally recognized woman’s Softball player with numerous MVP awards.

She is survived by her parents Don and Elaine Eschberger, brothers Brian Eschberger and wife Linda, and Alan Eschberger and wife Tammy. Nieces Jennifer and husband Brian Herbert, Jessica Beaty, Tani Muschalek and husband Chris, Abby Hilferty and husband Troy, and Madeline Eschberger. Great-niece Fallon Beaty, great-nephew Grayson Hilferty, and best friend Debbie Denny.

Memorial service will be held at 2 pm, Wednesday, April 14, 2021, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 712 Schilling Ave., Baytown, TX 77520.


  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, April 14, 2021


Cynthia Lynn Eschberger

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Deborah Denny

March 18, 2021

God has been busy this week, taking Angels and Cindy was one of his Angels. My memories of Cindy is she loved playing softball. She was a great friend to many and always there when you needed her. RIP my friend you'll always be in our hearts

Mendy Alford

March 18, 2021

I have many memories of Cindy...she was my Jr. High best friend. I loved watching her play baseball. We had some classes together in high school and remained really good friends, but lost touch after school. I did get to visit her a couple times several years back and loved seeing the excitement in her eyes when I visited. I moved out of Baytown for 9 years and have been back for 4 years. I thought about her recently and was going to see if she was still at the same facility. I should have done that sooner. My dad called to let me know she was no longer suffering. The Eschberger family holds a very special place in my heart. Cindy was a true friend.

Johnelle Davison

March 16, 2021

Cindy was such a great friend. She would do anything for anyone. She will be deeply missed. RIP With The Angels my dear friend...