Cynthia Trowbridge

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Cynthia Trowbridge

Cynthia Trowbridge Cynthia Gail Trowbridge, 38, of Cookeville, TN, formerly of Chickasha, OK passed away October 23, 2018 in Cookeville.
Cynthia was born July 2, 1980 in Leavenworth, KS to Edward & Threesa Trowbridge.
While Cindy lived most of her life in Kansas and Oklahoma, she had travels far and wide.
She was a sensitive and kind-hearted person who encouraged others to live their most authentic lives and be themselves. While she battled bipolar disorder, depression and addiction herself she often took the time to speak to hundreds of individuals online and in-person about their problems - hoping to provide them with a boost up, a laugh, or just a shoulder to cry on. She was rarely shy in trying to get to know someone immediately.
She was loved by and had touched more people than she ever knew.
She is proceeded in death by her father Edward Trowbridge; grandfather, William "Bill" Trowbridge; grandmother, Mary Sanders; as well as many special friends.
Survivors include mother, Threesa Mae Dingman and step-father Don Dingman, of Walters, OK; brothers,  Christopher Blanton, and wife Shannon, their children Michael, Jordan, Andy and Kenzie, of Osawatomie, KS, & Kyle Trowbridge, and wife Trudy, their children Dani, Charlie, and Kyle, of Norge, OK; sisters, Jessica Trowbridge, of McLoud, OK & Threesa Copeland, and husband Josh, of Chickasha, OK; step-daughter Sydney Bell and her family, of Wewoka, OK; many great-nieces & nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins & friends.
Services will be held Saturday November 3rd at 3pm at McRay Funeral Home at 110 S. 8th St, Chickasha, OK.
Published on October 29, 2018
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2 posts

James
Oct 31, 2018
So sorry for your loss.
T. Mosley
Oct 30, 2018
My condolences goes out to the family and friends of Cynthia. The loss of a loved one is a difficult time but, the Bible offers us comfort and hope at John 5:28,29 and John 11:25. Also Rev. 21:4,5 and 1 Cor. 15:26 tells us one day death will be no more.
So sorry for your loss.