OBITUARY

Cynthia Lewis Funderburg

July 19, 1965January 6, 2021
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Cynthia "Cindy" Lewis Funderburg was fashionably late to heaven on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. She was a beautiful daughter to Jim Lewis (Wanda), a beautiful sister to Jenny, Ray, Jim, Louis, Mike, Bill, Sara, Jeff and Cherry. She shared a special bond with her sister/best friend Jenny (Cliff) New, whom her daughter was named after. Cindy was the best mother a child could ask for to TJ (Erika) Funderburg of Smackover and Jennifer (Keith) Sharp also of Smackover. Her 5 grandchildren Emma Funderburg, Layla Sharp, Cameron Morris, and Anna and Aiden Funderburg were her pride and joy. She also had an added bonus daughter, Michelle (Ryan) Wheelington and extra grands, Dawson, Brooklynn, and Hope. She was the beautiful aunt to Tamara, Caitlin, Bentley, Seth, Colby, & many other family members she held dear to her heart. She was the girlfriend to many people that she loved.

Cindy was a hard working woman who loved life and her family. A few of her favorite jobs were taking care of her customers at Towne House Restaurant, JC's Diner, the Slaughter House of Gifts, and working at Prescolite. However, her most treasured job was being a mom, Mimi, & a homemaker. Her love for travel took her many places like Hawaii, Las Vegas, New York, & Disney, but during the summer, her favorite place to be was on her party barge cruising the Ouachita River. Some of her hobbies included playing in her flower beds, decorating, cooking, showing her servant's heart, shopping, and just plain being a hostess to the ones she loved. She was an unpolitically correct wildflower with a gypsy soul with an Assembly of God spirit. Her rustic, boujee self will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Pallbearers are: John Thompson (Peanut), Seth Lewis, David Morris, Josh McDaniel, Aaron McDaniel, Ryan Wheelington and David Ponder. Honorary Pallbearers are: Billy Funderburg, Cole Crotty, Keith Sharp, Cliff New, and Aiden Funderburg.

Visitation will be Saturday, January 9, 2021 from 6 pm to 8pm at Young's Funeral Directors.

In Lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to John R. Williamson Hospice House, 2301 Champagnolle Rd, El Dorado, AR or UCAPS, 1000 Sunset Rd El Dorado, AR.

Condolences may be expressed at www.youngsfuneralhome.com

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 9, 2021

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Jacki Alexander

January 12, 2021

So sorry for the loss of Cindy. Guess I’ve know her since I was about 15.
Such a beautiful person.
That obituary was so special.
We hope soon your sorrow will turn to great memories.

Brooke Mendenhall

January 10, 2021

Jennifer, I'm so sorry for your loss. Prayers for peace over you & your family. Cindy and I had some fun times & lots of laughs when we worked together at Snelling Personnel Services.

Our condolences,
Matthew, Brooke, & David Mendenhall

Bob and Susan McMahan

January 9, 2021

Sorry for your loss. Bob and Susan McMahan

Cheri Howse

January 9, 2021

So many stories from our time on South Parkway, You will be missed❣❣


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Kathy Ponthieux

January 8, 2021

Praying for God to wrap his loving arms her family and give them a peace and comfort only he can provide. Fly high with the angels my precious friend until we meet again at the pearly gates of heaven !!! Love You Cindy !!!

Susanna Cary

January 8, 2021

Erica, So very sorry for your loss.

Cheryl Swadley

January 8, 2021

Erica, so sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family's healing.

DeAnna Brown

January 8, 2021

Your memory will last forever! Fly high sweet friend!
Prayers forJennifer and TJ and all of the family!
Much love to all.
DeAnna

Tracy McGaugh

January 8, 2021

TJ, Jennifer and your Families, we are so sorry for your loss, you are all in our thoughts and prayers. May The Lord wrap his loving arms around each of you and give you comfort and peace in this sad time of your lives🙏🏻🙏🏻
Hugs and prayers to each of you, Rusty and Tracy McGaugh

Michelle Wheelington

January 7, 2021

I could never narrow it down to one memory. I grew up spending the weekends with Jenn, and Cindy was always someone I loved being around. She looked like Shania Twain, knew all the words to the best 80s rock songs, she would give anybody anything she had, and she was just so much fun! Mud riding, boat riding, and dressing up for events are some of my favorite memories... She gave me a ring when I had my first heart break and has treated me like her own daughter as long as I've known her. She told me where the house key was and said "Just go in, eat what you want, and stay as long as you want to. I'm beyond blessed to have had a friend like that! To know her was to love her! I will miss you always!

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Biography

Cynthia "Cindy" Lewis Funderburg was fashionably late to heaven on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. She was a beautiful daughter to Jim Lewis (Wanda), a beautiful sister to Jenny, Ray, Jim, Louis, Mike, Bill, Sara, Jeff and Cherry. She shared a special bond with her sister/best friend Jenny (Cliff) New, whom her daughter was named after. Cindy was the best mother a child could ask for to TJ (Erika) Funderburg of Smackover and Jennifer (Keith) Sharp also of Smackover. Her 5 grandchildren Emma Funderburg, Layla Sharp, Cameron Morris, and Anna and Aiden Funderburg were her pride and joy. She also had an added bonus daughter, Michelle (Ryan) Wheelington and extra grands, Dawson, Brooklynn, and Hope. She was the beautiful aunt to Tamara, Caitlin, Bentley, Seth, Colby, & many other family members she held dear to her heart.

She was the girlfriend to many people that she loved. Cindy was a hard working woman who loved life and her family. A few of her favorite jobs were taking care of her customers at Towne House Restaurant, JC's Diner, the Slaughter House of Gifts, and working at Prescolite. However, her most treasured job was being a mom, Mimi, & a homemaker. Her love for travel took her many places like Hawaii, Las Vegas, New York, & Disney, but during the summer, her favorite place to be was on her party barge cruising the
Ouachita River. Some of her hobbies included playing in her flower beds, decorating, cooking, showing her servant's heart, shopping, and just plain being a hostess to the ones she loved. She was an unpolitically correct wildflower with a gypsy soul with an Assembly of God spirit. Her rustic, boujee self will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Pallbearers are: John Thompson (Peanut), Seth Lewis, David Morris, Josh McDaniel, Aaron McDaniel, Ryan Wheelington and David Ponder. Honorary Pallbearers are: Billy Funderburg, Cole Crotty, Keith Sharp, Cliff New, and Aiden Funderburg.

Visitation will be Saturday, January 9, 2021 from 6 pm to 8pm at Young's Funeral Directors.

In Lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to John R. Williamson Hospice House, 2301 Champagnolle Rd, El Dorado, AR or UCAPS, 1000 Sunset Rd El Dorado, AR.

Condolences may be expressed at www.youngsfuneralhome.com