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Cynthia Dale Puckett

April 14, 1955 — March 4, 2024

Forest Park, Georgia

Cynthia Dale Puckett, known fondly as Grandma, passed away on March 4, 2024, in Lawrenceville, Georgia. She was born on April 14, 1955, in Atlanta, Georgia. Cynthia was a beloved figure who touched the lives of many with her big heart and nurturing personality.
 
In her 13-year career as a personal assistant at ReAct Services LLC, Cynthia left a lasting impact before she retired. Her dedication and hard work were evident to all who knew her. Cynthia's proudest accomplishments were always centered around her family, whom she cherished above all else.
 
Those who knew Cynthia will remember her for her love of Christmas. She went above and beyond each year, filling a shed with an impressive collection of decorations. Her enthusiasm for the holiday season brought joy to those around her.
 
One of Cynthia's favorite pastimes was window shopping at Walmart. Whether it was day or night, she could often be found leisurely strolling through the aisles, enjoying every moment. Above all, Cynthia treasured spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.
 
Cynthia is survived by her daughter Tracey Saylor-Monsivais and husband Paco, son Tommy Saylor and wife Tammy, sisters Janice Shannon and Christy Robinson with husband Curt, as well as several grandchildren,  Ashley Cabaries, Brittany Roach, Amber Roach, Selena Avlia, and Martin Thornley,  great-grandchildren, Maggie Dahlia, Ava, Baby Bubbles, Chris, Celeste, Elizabeth, Karma; and Zavier; first husband and Tracy & Tommy's dad,  Roger Saylor. She also leaves behind a legacy of love and care that will be remembered by all who knew her.
 
Cynthia was preceded in death by her second husband Douglas Hinson and her beloved companions Chipper & Chloe - her cherished shih tzus who brought her endless joy.
 
In our hearts and memories, Cynthia will forever remain a shining example of love and kindness. May she rest in peace knowing that she was deeply loved and will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.

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