OBITUARY

Cynthia E. Grace

April 19, 1955January 3, 2019

From Your Oldest Niece, Vinnie

She’s free at last.

Even though she’s not in our presence right now. Her smile and girly soft voice will always be remembered. She’s resting now from all her imperfections. She ran her life course the best she could. Our Creator Jehovah will resurrect all those back to life whom he feels worthy to bring back to live again. Many of us will miss her, remember she’s free. She’s sleeping now in the common grave, where there is no more worries, pain and sorrow. She’s paid for her sins. The wage for sin is death, our last enemy. Which in due time will be brought to nothing. And the sting of death will be gone and no more. When our Creator resurrects our loved ones from the grave, all obedient mankind will keep the unending God giving benefits of the real life; happiness from the freedom of our God Jehovah. I encourage all in attendance to take full advantage of the countless, wonderful bible gems of truth to heart. Because there is where the real life really begins and resides forever. For you and me and our sleeping loved ones. The real life is in Jehovah’s hands and he gives generously to the ones that are rightly disposed.

Revelation 21:4, “He will wipe out every tear. Death will be no more. No more crying nor pain, the former things will have passed away.”

Isaiah 25:8, God will swallow up death forever.”

Cynthia E. Grace, had three brothers and one sister that proceeded her death. She has still yet another sister that is living, Shirley E. Jacques; six nephews and five nieces and thirteen great nieces and nephews. Thank you Stratford Evans Merced Funeral Home. Thank you all for attending, this was the last Aunt that I had living. She will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Never will I say good-bye, for I will see her again, when death will have no claim on no human again.

Vinnie Gayee M. Trice

Services

  • Funeral Service Thursday, January 31, 2019
  • Graveside Service Thursday, January 31, 2019
REMEMBERING

Cynthia E. Grace

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Lydia Beiswanger

February 12, 2019

So sorry I heard of Cynthia passing too late to pay respects. But I remember Cynthia growing up and throughout our school years. RIP Cynthia and prayers for her family. Lydia Velasquez Beiswanger

Gennie Johnson

January 19, 2019

May your reliance on the Lord give you confidence that he will be there for you during this most grievous time. Romans 8:37 In all these things we are coming off complete victorious through him that loved us. Psalm 34:18

Vicki Underwood

January 17, 2019

Cynthia, so glad we shared a hug and a laugh this past November in front of Grocery Outlet . I will remember you always.

Darlene Nelson

January 11, 2019

Cynthia and I grew up like sister we work the same shift for years I always pick her up we would go to the club at least 3 times a week we lived life to the fullest and enjoyed ourselves there was not a day that we didn’t hang out together Great memories RIP Cynthia

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

From Your Oldest Niece, Vinnie

She’s free at last.

Even though she’s not in our presence right now. Her smile and girly soft voice will always be remembered. She’s resting now from all her imperfections. She ran her life course the best she could. Our Creator Jehovah will resurrect all those back to life whom he feels worthy to bring back to live again. Many of us will miss her, remember she’s free. She’s sleeping now in the common grave, where there is no more worries, pain and sorrow. She’s paid for her sins. The wage for sin is death, our last enemy. Which in due time will be brought to nothing. And the sting of death will be gone and no more. When our Creator resurrects our loved ones from the grave, all obedient mankind will keep the unending God giving benefits of the real life; happiness from the freedom of our God Jehovah. I encourage all in attendance to take full advantage of the countless, wonderful bible gems of truth to heart. Because there is where the real life really begins and resides forever. For you and me and our sleeping loved ones. The real life is in Jehovah’s hands and he gives generously to the ones that are rightly disposed.

Revelation 21:4, “He will wipe out every tear. Death will be no more. No more crying nor pain, the former things will have passed away.”

Isaiah 25:8, God will swallow up death forever.”

Cynthia E. Grace, had three brothers and one sister that proceeded her death. She has still yet another sister that is living, Shirley E. Jacques; six nephews and five nieces and thirteen great nieces and nephews.
Thank you Stratford Evans Merced Funeral Home. Thank you all for attending, this was the last Aunt that I had living. She will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Never will I say good-bye, for I will see her again, when death will have no claim on no human again.

Vinnie Gayee M. Trice