Cynthia Lee Davis

April 17, 1938July 2, 2018

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the SPCA of Texas.


  • Funeral Service Thursday, July 5, 2018

Cynthia Lee Davis

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Muriel Romick

July 4, 2018

I was honored to have Cynthia as my friend. Unfortunately we did not see each other the last few years but I did see her recently at the JCC. We went on a cruise together and it was great. I admired her giving heart and her beautiful voice.
My heart felt condolences to all her family
Muriel Romick

Cara Gutentag

July 4, 2018

Cynthia was my first cousin. I am living in New Jersey. We were lucky enough to reconnect a few years ago. I remember the times Cynthia visited us when I was in California. The closeness between cousins does not end even with years between conversations. I am glad to know my second and third cousins through getting to know Cynthia again. There are lots of good memories. Love and peace to all. Cara Gutentag

David Moskowitz

July 4, 2018

Cynthia was my dear, sweet, generous friend.
We shared a love of fashion, adventurous outings, singing, worshipping together and fine dining.
I’ll miss her friendship.
I’ll miss her passionate support of our Community.
Cynthia was a member of Congregation Beth El Binah.
Cynthia was a voter registrar. She loved Resounding Harmony with her lovely voice.

Linda Abramson Evans

July 3, 2018

Cynthia, your friendship of these past years has been a joy in our lives, and we’ll miss you so much. A favorite memory was collaborating on “backstage Shabbat” at Dallas City Performance Hall (Moody) on Friday June 3, 2016, with our board members of Congregation Beth El Binah conducting services before the Resounding Harmony concert benefiting Parkinson Voice Project. And the two of us providing Oneg Shabbat refreshments for both choruses, Resounding Harmony and the PVP “Loud Crowd.” We enjoyed meeting the parents of Rabbi Holly Cohn, who sometimes substituted as our service leader at Beth El Binah, and whose father Leon is a Loud Crowd singer. That evening also brought concern for your health with an episode of atrial fibrillation, and Ross wisely deciding to get you to the ER instead of onstage. We were so grateful for your recovery and return to favorite activities afterward. I’ll miss the indepth conversations we had on topics of interest and life in general, and seeing how deeply you cared for your family and friends. Whenever I saw Sandy, he spoke of you with such love. Thanks to Ross for bringing my hugs to you in ICU Saturday night. Could not have imagined that would be the last time to let you know we were thinking of you. Condolences to all who are mourning the loss of your beautiful presence in our lives. Your memory will be a blessing, Cynthia, always.
Love, Linda & Gary

Lazur Davis

July 3, 2018

Sending our deepest sympathies to our cousins; Shelle, Sandy, David & our Aunt Sheila. We all love Aunt Cynthia and will miss her.
Aunt Cynthia loved her children, grandchildren & great-grandchildren very much.
Poppa, Bubbie & my dad will be there to greet her in heaven.
With lots of love & hugs,
Lazur & Jacob

Kay Hale

July 3, 2018

Cynthia was a beautiful kind woman who made the world a better place by being in it.
I will miss her sweet smile.