People’s Funeral Chapel

501 North Douty Street, Hanford, CA


Cynthia Lee Davis

October 6, 1958June 10, 2020

Cynthia Lee John Davis ascended to heaven June 10, 2020 at her home in Hanford, California. Born October 6,1958 in Merced, California, Cindy was the eldest daughter of Brenda John & Bobby Eugene John.

Cindy enjoyed her opportunities to fly and camp when she was young & collecting Native American Art . She loved to spend time with her large extended family, having many great gatherings with her sisters, brothers, nieces and nephews. Cindy was known for being the fun aunt & was happy spending quality time with her boyfriend, but she was most proud of her 4 children and being a mother.

Cynthia is survived by her children, Misty Costa, Christopher Davis, Elizabeth Davis-Sherrin, Sean Sherrin, & Jared Davis, her grandchildren Macie Dervishian, Gage Dervishian, Mackenzie Costa, Dustin Walton, Madison Costa, Bailey Walton, Seth Sherrin, Candice Sherrin, Dakota Davis & Colton Sherrin, her great grandchildren Jaxton Dervishian, Grayson Dervishain & Remy Desotelle, her mother Brenda John, her sisters Deborah Null & Regina John, her brother Jimmy John, her long time boyfriend Sean Dunne & many loving nieces and nephews.

Cindy was preceded in passing by her father Bobby John, her sisters Kimberly John & Tammy Denson & her brother Thomas Nichols.

"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; love leaves a memory no one can steal."-Anonymous


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Debbie Null

June 21, 2020

Dear Cindy
I miss you so much already. You were such a special person. We raised our kids together like they had two Mom"s going camping and spending special time together. I will make sure that your ( our kids ) are ok. I Love You so much and will forever.
Goodbye my Beautiful Wonderful Sister. I will see you in Heaven.
Your Loving Sister Debbie

Jacob Davis

June 20, 2020

It was like the week after Thanksgiving 2009 or something. An I was hanging with Jared, but Cindy just wouldn't stop feeding us. All the family was coming by an it was the most accepted I've ever felt during the holidays around strangers. Love all y'all.

Robin and Rick Kinney

June 19, 2020

We are so sorry for the loss of such a loving friend , I can remember going over every day after sending Sarah off to school and we would spend hrs talking and comforting each other on all the different life’s challenges with our kids and families, we enjoyed camping and boating with all the kids or just going to the Kings river to swim . She was a true and trusting friend . Praying for all the family at this time . Love and hugs the Kinney’s