CYNTHIA LEVERNE MALONE (Bubbee) was born to (late) Eleanora Dansby and Carl Johnson on November 1, 1948 in Baltimore, Maryland. She was raised by her late grandmother, Millie Jeffries, whom she developed a strong bond with. Cynthia transitioned to be with the Lord on August 1, 2022.
She received her education from the Baltimore City Public School System. She later attended Tidewater Community College in Virginia where she discovered her love for writing. Her love for people was her ultimate motivation and she held numerous positions within the healthcare field.
Cynthia dedicated her life to Christ through baptism as a young girl at Bible Way Missionary Baptist Church. Serving the Lord became the greatest source of her joy. She joined numerous congregations throughout the years and ultimately made Miracle City Church her final church home where she made dear and close friends. Wherever she attended, she always strived to be an active member.
She fell in love and married Eugene Malone as a teenager. Out of their union, three children were born, and she gained two step children as a bonus. She, also raised her granddaughter and helped to raise many generation of children in the family. Cynthia's love for children led her to foster many throughout the years and ultimately adopt. She received three children through adoption. She loved the sound and feeling of a home filled with children.
Cynthia touched the lives of many with her generous and selfless loving heart. She never hesitated to offer help to anyone in need. She even gave her last to others having faith that God would supply her needs and he always did. She was an amazing cook and used her gift as an expression of love. She partnered with local food pantries, supplied food and resources, and served at the soup kitchen feeding the less fortunate for many years.
Her love for people and evangelism was evident in her actions. She took every opportunity to testify of the goodness of Jesus to anyone that would listen. She gave to many charities and mission groups throughout the world. She had prayer partners in numerous countries whom she fellowshipped with. As she got older and less mobile she made sure her doors and phone line were always open to anyone in need. Cynthia's contagious and infectious bubbly personality gained her numerous friends who became family though out the years. She will be deeply and sincerely missed by everyone who knew her.
She was preceded in death by her grandmother Millie Jeffries, mother Eleanora Dansby, step father James Dansby, son Sean Farrar, daughter Tessa and stepdaughter Sheila.
She leaves to mourn her father Carl Johnson, husband Eugene, two children; Eugene (Man), Terine (BayBay), stepson Martin (Markie), bonus children; Sondra, Jeremiah, Savannah, one sister Brenda Trusty, two aunts; Barbara Johnston, Addie Johnson, cousin Joanne Radcliffe, eight grandchildren; Tessa Stewart (whom she raised), Terine, Eugene, Tessa Manning, Obadiah, Latifa, Chasity, Chrisean, step grandchildren; Sheila, Sean, Tawanda, Demicco, Rodney, Unique, Terrence, Sierra, a host of great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and her best friend for over 45 years whom she considered a sister; Deborah "Debbie Doo" Golden.