Cindy Lu Raborn
August 22, 1964 – March 18, 2020
Cindy Lu Worley Raborn, 55, of Colorado City passed away at Cogdell Memorial in Snyder, Texas on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. She was born in Mesa Arizona on August 22, 1964 o Jimmy Dale and Mona Lee Leverett Worley. Cindy was a hard working woman who loved her family with all her heart, she was a great mother, but an even better grandmother, making sure to let her grandchildren know that she was very proud every time they met a milestone or accomplished a goal that they were trying to reach. This love and passion for the successes of her family didn’t just apply to her children and grandchildren, as she made sure to include her nieces and nephews as well. Her stubborn sometimes hard-headedness was perfect for her career as a CNA as it enabled her to do her job without letting others negativity affect her. She was also the type of woman who knew the importance of sharing with those in need, as she would give the shirt off her back if she felt that someone truly needed it. In her spare time Cindy enjoyed cracking a good joke, spending time with family, sewing, crocheting, knitting, and doing jig saw or crossword puzzes. She also found pleasure in singing karaoke, dancing, and watching movies. Her passion for family and hard work are a legacy that will live on through her family for generations. Cindy is survived by her sons Jesse Stark and wife Lindy of Colorado City and Gary Stark and wife Sara of Snyder, by her grandchildren Elishah, Shammah, Bella, Zerek, Isaiah, Xavier, Joseph, and Atlantis, as well as by her brother Jimmy Dale Worley Jr and wife Janet of Snyder. She was preceded in death by her parents Jimmy Dale and Mona Worley and by two sisters Judy Worley and Dale Wilson. A memorial service for Cindy will be held at a later date in the Kiker Seale Funeral Home Chapel, burial will take place privately in the Colorado City Cemetery There will be a viewing at Kiker Seale Funeral Home on Sunday, March 22nd from 10 am -8 pm. The funeral home will be complying with state's regulations which currently allow for 10 people in an establishment at a time, but is subject to change at any time.