In Memory

Cynthia Edwards (Wonacott)

Cynthia Edwards (Wonacott)WONACOTT, CYNTHIA EDWARDS, 34, of Wills Point. Passed away on February 7, 2005 at Baylor Hospital. Born February 3, 1971 in Dallas, the daughter of William Donnie Edwards and Sue Comer Edwards. Graduated from Wills Point High School in 1989. Attended Trinity Valley Jr. College.

On October 10, 1998 she was married to Scott Wonacott. She was employed by Hilton Hotels as an operations lead. She enjoyed flowers, animals and reading.

Preceded in death by her father, Donnie Edwards. Survivors include - husband, Scott T. Wonacott, of Wills Point; mother, Sue Edwards, of Wills Point; two brothers, Bill Edwards (Becky) of Wills Point, Gary Edwards (Adrianne) of Wills Point; father-in-law & mother-in-law, Terry & Kathryn Wonacott, of Copper Canyon; sisters-in-law, Jennifer Ratcliff (Steve) of Copper Canyon, Heather Wonacott, of Dallas; nieces & nephews, Meredith, Justin and Donovan Edwards and Corwin Ratcliff; aunts, uncles & cousins, Travis Edwards, Mary & Ben Hartsell, Charles & Nancy Comer and Wallace Comer; God daughter, Amber Rogers; Scott's grandmother, Lorraine Young.

Cynthia's funeral service was held on February 10, 2005, at Allan Fuller Funeral Home Chapel in Wills Point. She is buried at Union Grove Cemetery.

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07/16/08 04:52 PM #1    

Latricia Strutton (Petty)

Although Cynthia and I didn't hang out and I honestly didn't really even know her very well while we were in high school. I did however talk to her a few times in the last few years that the Lord graced US with HER. Cindy was a beautiful lady, inside and out.

07/18/08 12:13 AM #2    

Karnea Dickerson (Dannheim)

Cindy was my best friend Senior year of high school. We went out every weekend together. After graduation we went in separate directions. I guess that happens. We got back in contact with each other right before she died. Something I am so thankful for now. I wish I could have seen her one last time. I miss her. For those of you who didn't really know her she was a beautiful person. I am honored to call her my friend.

07/23/08 12:07 AM #3    

Jana Lovvorn (Titsworth)

Cindy was quite a gal! Always had a smile....and I always remember she laughed and smiled alot. I am glad to have known her.

08/03/08 12:25 AM #4    

Elizabeth Julian (Smith)

What is so strange is when Ralph died Cynthia called me to make sure I was ok. She said we should go get a bottle of Strawberry Hill and have our own closure to a good friend. She really was a fun girl with a big heart.

03/05/09 03:27 PM #5    

Dawnya Burris (Michaelson)

I came home from boot camp and Cynthia and I hung out (of course) and we went riding aroun town. We ended up on some back road with several other people. We go stuck in the mud trying to get back to town. It ws so funny, I was in a denim skirt and tennis shoes and we were trying to push her car out. Cynthia had a curfew and I think barely made it home in time. Needless to say I caught a ride home from town with somone else. We tried to wash the mud off her cr so her dad wouldnt know.... Guess you had to be there but it was so much fun. Cyndi had a wy of making most any situation fun! I miss her alot

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