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Kiker-Seale Funeral Home

338 Locust Street, Colorado City, TX

OBITUARY

Cynthia Anne Muñoz

July 7, 1974April 27, 2020
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Cynthia Anne Muñoz, 45, of Round Rock formerly of Loraine, TX passed away on April 27, 2020.

Cynthia was born on July 7, 1974 to her loving parents, John and Cecilia (Lujan) Muñoz in Colorado City. She was raised in Loraine where she graduated from Loraine High School in 1992. Cynthia will be remembered for her love of laughing, having a good time and her unique sense of humor. Her family will cherish her great BBQ and all the good times they shared. Cynthia always enjoyed being the center of attention singing and dancing. She was a sports enthusiast. She was a true Dallas Cowboys fan, and Texas Longhorns football. Her passing leaves a void that precious memories will fill.

She was preceded in death by her infant brothers, John-Christopher, and John Muñoz, Jr.; maternal grandparents, A.A. and Emilia Lujan, her paternal grandfather, J.M. Muñoz.

She is survived by her wife, Paula R. Solis; her sons, Kristian and Sebastian Muñoz of Round Rock; her fur babies, Callie and Nikko; her parents, John and Cecilia Muñoz; her brother, J.G. Muñoz; and her grandmother, Aurora Muñoz; many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who enriched her life.

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Joe , Yoli, & Family Rivera

May 20, 2020

We Were Saddened to hear about Cindy's Passing. We have fond Memories of Cindy . We will always Remember how Beautiful and Kind She was!! What a Great Smile ! Everyone who knew her, will Miss her. Our Thoughts and Prayers for John, Cecilia and John Jr. The Lord has a New Angel .

Traci Hill-Duncan

May 11, 2020

Cindy,

This is something, I thought I would never be writing to you. My heart continues to be shattered by knowing you are forever gone from this earth. We spent 7 yrs. together and I cherish each and everyone of them still today. I've held on to hope and prayed for you to be back in my life for so long. I knew you moved on but my heart and mind struggled with it. When you finally came back into my life...I knew my prayers had been answered in the way God allowed it. For that I was thankful. But, I never knew I would again be saying goodbye to you forever. There is so much to say yet... I don't know how. My tears just keep coming. I will always remember our time together. How happy we used to be. How much I loved you, your singing (Elida "Duele"), listening to you read stories to our foster kids , your love for your parents, for Wela and Tata and so much more. I will continue to pray for your soul. Rest in peace My Dear Cindy. Your memory will always live in me.

Jasmine Good

May 4, 2020

Dearest Cindy,
I am sad you left us so suddenly. You’re too young but left such an imprint on us all. You and I worked side-by-side at HealthTronics from 2014-2017. We had a friendship unique to our personalities and shared birthdays, Christmas parties, Halloween work events and Pot Lucks. You shared stories of your boys each week and we would laugh and laugh about your love for J-Lo. You loved picking on me because it was easy and I enjoyed picking on you because I had to get you back. We hardly had anything in common but it never mattered because we shared a common space and made the best of it. I send you a prayer up to heaven today, wishing that you left us with peace in your heart and surrounded by all the love you could endure. I am sad for your family and your close friends whom became family. I know how close you felt with them and would talk about them with good intensions. I will always remember you for your laughter, jokes and sense of humor. And your love for J-Lo. RIP Cindy Munoz.

Cindy Roll

May 2, 2020

When I learned of your passing, the world stopped for a moment. I couldn't find my phone fast enough to call Wendy to see if the words that I was reading were true. if there was ever such a fun friend and coworker to have, it was you my friend. You made our days brighter with your laughter and conversation! Having you as a friend meant that I knew I could call you, text you and no matter how many days had passed, it would be as if I spoke to you an hour ago. Lots of good times and good memories of you will live on in my heart. My most sincere and heartfelt sympathies go out to your family, Paula, your sons, and to all who knew you. Our hearts are heavy, but may all of the wonderful memories of you bring us all some peace in the days ahead. I will miss you, Cindy but I'm sure heaven just gained a brighter soul who is going to stir things up! Much love to you always, the other Cindy, the one who didn't get a quinceañera. :)

Dennis and teresa Williamson

May 1, 2020

We had not met Cynthia but know John. We just want to express our condolences to the family and to let them know we are praying for them. The loss of a child is heart breaking as we experienced it on February 29th when we lost our son. Only God can bring peace and comfort at this time. So, so sorry for your loss.

Daniel and Chris Gonzalez

May 1, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. We pray that God brings you peace and your memories help you cherish your time with Cindy.

Nadia Baeza Valenzuela

May 1, 2020

This is so very hard. Cindy was such a unique person with an amazing sense of humor and such a big heart. She had such a beautiful smile...and always ended all of our conversations with “love you prima.” She was loved by many. I will miss her very much. ❤️

Yvonne Beamon

April 30, 2020

So many memories, but my two favorites are when we met Cindy for the first time (pic) and the day they brought the boys home. Paula introduced Cindy to us at one of our parties 11 years ago. Paula had been talking about Cindy so much, it was like we already knew her. The excitement of new love was all around them. We fell in love with Cindy too right at the start. Her humor, her smile, her hugs. Everything. When Cindy called with the news of fostering the boys, we were so excited to come over and see the new car and the car seats. Seeing them become parents and the love they have shown the boys over the years has been truly inspiring. Will miss her so much.

Amelia Rice

April 29, 2020

Cindy,

We made so many memories in high school that I will cherish forever. You always were the funny one of the group. I’ll forever remember your beautiful smile. May your soul rest in eternal peace. Until we meet again my dear friend. ❤️

Audy Martinez

April 29, 2020

Oh such a heartbreaking loss. Cindy was the life of the party, So fun and charismatic. I love how she reached out to me on the adoption process of my baby girl, something we had in common. She was one of the handful of people who called me Agnes, along with my sister Angie who just passed as well, so I will definitely miss hearing that. My love, thoughts, and prayers go out to you Cecelia, Juan, and J.G. Love you guys. Big Hugs!!! 😢 💔🙏🏼

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