On the 7th day of August in 1959, Leola Long and Ulies Sims were blessed with a daughter, Cynthia Mae Sims. At a young age, Cynthia learned how to fight the obstacles throughout her way. Throughout her life, she carried love, strength, courage, and boldness on her shoulders. Cynthia attended Watson Chapel School later she continued her education at Job Corps where she studied nursing.
While residing in Pine Bluff Arkansas she attended Love Faith and Deliverance Church under Pastor Theopherlus McIntyre's fellowship. Cynthia was blessed with a beautiful voice and a passion for singing and giving glory to God in song. Cynthia continued her journey at Love, Faith, and Deliverance Church where she was the cook & Vacation Bible School Teacher until God called her home. Her smile was captivating. Cynthia was funny, friendly, easy-going, and loyal. Cynthia never met a stranger and she loved her famiy dearly.
Cynthia was proceeded in death by her parent along with her late husband Garland Mack Sr., LaTonya Long (sister), Ann Sims (Sister), and Carl Sims (brother).
Cynthia leaves to cherish her life's memories; Troy Holman -Pine Bluff, La Tonya Mack - Monticello, Arkansas and Xavier Mack - Dallas, Texas, her two grandkids Garland Mack and Alana Mack - Monticello, Arkansas, a special niece Tanisha Love - Pine Bluff, host of sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, and many more family members who will miss her dearly...
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