Cynthia S. Booker
Cynthia S. Booker, 57, a longtime resident of Goodyear and Avondale, died January 7, 2019. Mrs. Booker was born March 14, 1961, in Houston, TX and moved with her family to Avondale as a child. Cynthia is survived by her loving husband Stephen Booker, her sons, Jonathan (Shannon) Booker and Cameron (Mia) Booker and her daughter, Stevie (Christina) Merner; 3 grandchildren Zoey, Avery and Miles Booker, and a host of other loving relatives and friends. There will be no public viewing at either the funeral home or the church. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, January 17th at Skyway Church, 14900 W. Van Buren St. in Goodyear and will begin promptly at 11 am with burial to follow.
I love this picture of Cynthia. She was so beautiful, inside and out. What a special woman. Rest in Jesus my friend.
Thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort. Cynthia was a woman filled with love, wisdom, and grace. May The Lord hold you close and may you feel His strength.
Cynthia was my boss at Chase Lockbox for over two years. She was always professional with a great sense of humor, a quick smile and a laugh.
She was so proud of her kids and she would just beam when speaking about them to us at work. She was and always will be a good friend and one of the finest people I have ever known. Rest in peace and let the Lord guide you to your new home. You will truly be missed.
My sister, my friend how I miss you! And your passing is still so new. I expect to hear your voice, I expect to see a text from you coming across my phone. I praise God that your suffering is over but I miss you more than I could ever say. All through your illness you were a shining example of faith, strength and perseverance. It is said the greatest happiness in this life is to love and be loved. I know you experience that happiness as did all who knew and loved you. The Word says, Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Matthew 5:8 I trust and believe that applies to you. Rest in Paradise sister, until we meet again. love you always.
We have worked together for many, many years, helped each other through good and bad times, you will be so very missed my friend, be at peace that the ones you have left behind will always find strength and a smile in all the little things you have said and done to bring happiness to us all.
Stephen I’m so sorry for your loss I just seen this in the paper I will be praying for you and the family