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Cynthia Jane Alexander

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Cynthia Jane Alexander of Mabank was born Sept. 18, 1957 to Albert and Rose DeJohn and passed away Aug. 20, 2020, with her husband, Russell Alexander, by her side after a brief journey with cancer. 
Cyndi had a passion for many things and travel was one of them. Her career with Marathon Oil allowed her to experience living abroad with her husband Russell, they lived in places such as Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Warsaw, Poland. They also traveled to many other places where she was able to fetch out the best in life. After her retirement from Marathon Oil, she moved back home to Mabank and pursued her dream of owning her own boutique. Cyndi loved fashion and style and knew how to make people feel beautiful in their clothing, she will be greatly missed by all of her Lake Escape Boutique customers.
Cyndi was an amazing woman, she was smart, talented, kind hearted and soft-spoken. Everyone that knew her, was lucky to have her in their life, whether it be her husband, children, grandchildren or her multitude of friends. She will be deeply missed and will always be our angel in heaven.
Cyndi was preceded in death by her mother Rose Marie DeJohn, brothers-in-law Gene Baker and Jay Alexander, fathers-in-law Wes Alexander and Kelton Prather.
Cyndi will be forever remembered by her husband of 30 years Russell and her children Amy (J.J.) Tarno, Samantha (Brandon) Sanders and Bobby Alexander. Cyndi will also be lovingly remembered by her grandchildren Tristan, Carson, Hannah, Lucas, Christopher, Colby, Conrad, Alyssa, Issac and Isabella, father Albert DeJohn, sisters Linda (Chris) Barton, Diana Baker, Dawna Turner and Jennifer (Mike) Frawley, brother Albert (Heather) DeJohn Jr., mothers-in-law Patricia Prather and Joyce Alexander, sisters-in-law Teri (Rick) Norman, Lisa Alexander and brother-in-law Michael Alexander. 

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