Cynthia D. Mack

January 22, 1956 ~ February 8, 2018 (age 62)

CYNTHIA DIANE MACK was born to the most loving parents Mary Frances and Willie Lee Johnson on Sunday, January 22, 1956 in Green Sea, South Carolina and reared by her loving and supported mother and father Mary Frances and Dan N. Blue.

Cynthia received her High School Diploma in the Baltimore public school system. She also attended the Community College of Baltimore.

Cynthia accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior and was baptized in her earlier life at Mount Pleasant Baptist (1801). She still worshipped at Mount Pleasant Church and Ministries with her family. She love the Lord and would share His Word with anyone, at anytime, just like her Mother did.

In 1975, Cynthia was blessed with a beautiful baby girl, Keyausha. She loved and cared for her daughter and was so proud of her dreams and her accomplishments. "Key" was Cynt's child.

Cynthia worked at the US Postal Service until she had to retire due to her disability.

Every morning her Facebook friends (FBF) looked forward to her greetings. She always look forward to the devotions with her sister Cheryl sends out every day. If at a certain time it wasn't out, she would call or text asking her "where is my work for today" she always responded back with a "AMEN" and then a comment about the devotion.

On her last day on earth before going to receive her heavenly rewards, Cynthia didn't post to her Facebook friends but the devotion went out at 7:18am and she responded at 7:59am. A problem with pride was the message she wrote "AMEN" to the message and followed with.

Cynthia enjoyed and loved family gatherings and was always the one who brought laughter. You could not be around Cynthia feeling sad or down she would always lift you up with her kind words or jokes, along side her daughter Keyausha always right there to back her up.

Cynthia was blessed with two grandchildren, Mykel and Michael. She loved them so much and spoiled them as much as she could and then some more. She spoke to them and with them, giving them the tools for life, that only a loving grandmother could give. lessons that will last a lifetime, lessons that he parents taught her, and many choice lessons that life teaches.

On Thursday, February 8, 2018 God, sent Angels down and gave Cynthia Diane Mack her wings. Now she is soaring through the heavens and watching over us. 

Cynthia leaves to always cherish her memories, not with sadness but with the spirit of Agape love, Prayers and laughter, her daughter Keyausha Jones-Hill (Michael), granddaughter Mykel Hill, grandson Michael Hill; sisters, Rose Mary (William), Cheryl (Michael, in spirit), Kim, Tausha (Matt), Lisa (Daniel in spirit) and brother Derrick (Sherese); nieces and nephews, Kenisha, Daniel, Jr., Nathan (in spirit), Michael (Samantha), Antoine, DeAndre, Derrick Jr., Danesha, Nakeisha, Domond, Shakhira, Marcus, Louis (Crystal), Sierra, Jerry, Demetrius, Michael (Shamera), Christopher, Jeremiah, Destiny and Mykia, Diarra, Tonya, Toya, Bryant (Tamara); great nieces and nephews, Catina, Danny, Amiya, Nathan Jr., Amari, Malik, Logan, Tori, Bailey, Bryson, Kenleeh, Gia and Imani; goddaughter, Alicia Giles; aunts, Vernell and Leotha of South Carolina; uncles, John Mitchell, Jr. and Meredith Lee; special cousins, Dwayne Lee, Joe Parker, Wanda McPherson, Special Friend Bernard Saunders, Jr. (June) and all the other Special Cousins and Friends...You all are Unique, Special and loved in the eyes of Cynthia.  


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