Cindy Jane Wright passed away Friday, October 7th in Irving at the age of 76 after a long illness.
Cindy was born in Amarillo, TX in 1946, but was a resident of Irving for the last 25 years.
She was preceded in death by her mother and father, Margaret Abigail and William Milton Harper as well as sons, Ronald Brett Boxell and Jeffrey McDowell Wright and brothers, John David “Bud” Harper and William Allen “Billy” Harper.
Cindy leaves behind her son, Robert Scott Boxell of Irving, her sister Judith Ann “Juggies” Harper of Alice, Granddaughters Allison and Emmarie Harper of Elgin, SC. as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends who she loved dearly.
Cindy had a love for life. She loved her kitties, Alex, Teddy, Symon and Cassie, collecting German nutcrackers, rooting for the Texas Rangers, Michigan Wolverines and Dallas Cowboys as well as playing Candy Crush and scratching off her lottery tickets.
She will be greatly missed by everyone that knew and loved her and she was the best Mom a son could ask for.
A Celebration of Cindy’s Life will be held on Saturday, October 22nd from 1-4 p.m. at her niece, Peri Duncan’s house, located at 7906 Ruskin Cir., Frisco, TX 75034
Cindy will be truly missed. She and my wife Cyndi struck up a long distance friendship. They would call and talk to each other every day for over an hour. My Cyndi passed away last year and I stepped up and tried to fill the void…… never understood how they could talk that much. But they sure looked forward to those calls. Miss you hon, say hi to my Cyndi.
I have known Cindy for about 73 years. She lived next door to me when we were children. We were the best of friends along with her sister Judy. We have stayed in touch all of these years. I will miss her so much but she is not suffering any longer. Good bye my wonderful friend.
Cindy is gone but will never be forgotten. She had such a wonderful sense of humor. Always looked like she just stepped out of the beauty salon but would get out and dig in the dirt to plant something. She loved with all her heart and everyone who knew her loved her. She will be missed but we know where she is and know that she is happy and free of pain.
Cindy was such a sweetheart and always knew how to make me laugh. I knew Cindy from working with her and have know her for about 25 years. I will never forget her smile and some of sayings but mostly “well darlin” then she would start laughing. Oh how I’m going to miss you my sweet Cindy. My condolences to the family,
I will miss my Aunt Cindy . She had a great sense of humor and could understand my dry sense of humor, she was very easy to talk to non judgmental with any problems I might be having always supportive and caring. We shared common interests from antiques to sports. And was very proud that I am a Mason and she an Eastern Star. I miss her a lot. Rest In Peace Aunt Cindy. ❤️🙏✝️🏈🥃⚾️