Cynthia Rose Morton

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  • Yvette Nicole Scott-Butler
    March 17, 2021 2:55 am

    Sending love, and prayers to the Morton family..Cynthia was a wonderful woman, great friend to my father Scotty. May she rest in peace. Sending prayers for strength and healing for Ray and the family. God Bless!

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  • Darlene and kenneth
    March 17, 2021 3:00 am

    She was a beautiful lady and will be missed.

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  • Wil, Debbie, Patricia, and Angie
    March 17, 2021 6:34 pm

    Our hearts are broken over the loss of dear Cynthia, and for Ray, Kelly and Kendall. You are all strong, resilient, and amazing people that became that way because of her influence on each of you. Cynthia was a true motivator and fought hard in her final few years. May she now be forever free of pain and stress.

    She enjoyed sharing updates on her lovely daughters and would beam with pride over every accomplishment of her many grandchildren. Cynthia lived for making sure Raymond was on his A-Game and enjoyed going to a movie and having a meal with him.

    When she was home she would have one of her favorite movies always on in the background, either Independence Day or a WWII film without fail. She also enjoyed the tablet game Candy Crush.

    She would end our calls with, “Love you more!” Now it is time to say it one more time, “No, Grandma Cynthia, we love YOU MORE!”

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  • Wil, Debbie, Patricia, and Angie
    March 17, 2021 6:37 pm

    Our hearts are broken over the loss of dear Cynthia, and for Ray, Kelly and Kendall. You are all strong, resilient, and amazing people that became that way because of her influence on each of you. Cynthia was a true motivator and fought hard in her final few years. May she now be forever free of pain and stress.

    She enjoyed sharing updates on her lovely daughters and would beam with pride over every accomplishment of her many grandchildren. Cynthia lived for making sure Raymond was on his A-Game and enjoyed going to a movie and having a meal with him.

    When she was home she would have one of her favorite movies always on in the background, either Independence Day or a WWII film without fail. She also enjoyed the tablet game Candy Crush.

    She would end our calls with, “Love you more!” Now it is time to say it one more time, “No, Grandma Cynthia, we love YOU MORE!”

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