Cynthia Izabel Clarke

April 4, 1982January 10, 2021

Cynthia Izabel Clarke was born on April 4, 1982 and passed away on January 10, 2021 and is under the care of Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home.

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Cynthia Izabel Clarke

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Keena Waterman

January 20, 2021

"BEEP BEEP" as I lovingly called her back in High school was one of my 1st real friends I made back at Barnabas. We laughed and joked all the time and even cried a little. Cynthia was always supportive and even after high school always stayed in touch with me. Im still in shock but I know you gave a great fight. I miss you and my prayers are with the family always.

Cynthia Nunez

January 19, 2021

The first time I meet Cynthia we became friends more we had the same name even though we gGrow apart and we all became adults when our each and every way when we came back to seeing each other again it was like yesterday when we was a little kids playing laughing most of all Cynthia had the Beautiful smile. She was a strong person and regardless of what she went through she always had a smile in her face and that is what we need to remember how she lived a life for her and her kids to the fullest she will always be loved but never forgotten and

Reyna E

January 19, 2021

I remember one nice summer day several years ago I really wanted to go to a silent disco and I had no one to go with. Luckily Cynthia was in town and was down to go with me. We got there, got our headphones and headed straight to the dance floor. It started getting really crowded so I found a spot we could sit and have a view of the whole alley that the party was in. We sat and danced the whole night as we were tuned into talib kewlis station ( he was one of the djs). It was such a good time. We stayed until the very end and when it was almost over we sat outside and had Korean bbq tacos from a food truck and just laughed and talked. It was one of the best days and I will never forget it. I could still hear your laugh right now. I love you so much and I can’t wait to see you and do it all over again.

Janelle Job

January 18, 2021

What can one say about the profound loss of a childhood friend and sister. There are not enough words to describe it. You were a wonderful and loving human being sharing love and light with all you who came in contact with you. A loving daughter, sister, wife, cousin, mother and the greatest friend one could ask for. I will cherish our childhood memories forever and look forward to the moment we get to make plans together again. Love you forever. ~Jay

Tina Chrislip

January 17, 2021

I’m remembering going to lunch with you every month, until things got hard with Covid. So many missed this past year. Check out the good places up there and I’ll take you to lunch again😘. Love and miss you.

Roshida Hernandez-Wells

January 15, 2021

There are so many memories I can share of Cynthia or (Cyn I lovingly called her). We were friends for over 20+ years and shared a sisterhood. We met as freshman in Highschool on the very first day, and were friends ever since. Instead I will talk about the person she was. Cyn was a giver who ALWAYS put herself last. Her laugh was contagious, and her smile was beaming. She always knew how to make things better. It was never to late or to early to call, she was selfless that way. Instead of talking about herself, she always wanted to hear about you. I will miss calling her and hearing her say "wasabi" on the other end of the phone. I miss her face, her voice, her laugh. I miss my sister and my friend. There is a big piece of my heart void where you sat Cyn. I hope you know how much you were loved by me. I love you. Roshida


January 15, 2021

Cyn...I cant even believe im writing this. My amazing friend for the past 24 years who has taught me everything about facing the odds, being strong through the pain, amd looking life right in the eye and say "Im gonna keep living". Im missing you Cyn. I keep rereading our messages on FB, some from 11 years ago, and I just cant imagine you not being here. Our little group is so different and empty now. But we're holding each other up and I know youre watching over us...smiling as always...but without the pain. Love you forever cyn.

Donice Hardy

January 15, 2021

You were my first FB friend you were a TRUE friend. I miss you so much