Cynithia Ann Hainesworth

Cynithia Hainesworth


    After a short courageous battle against cancer, Cynthia Ann Hainesworth passed to a better life on Thursday, December 31, 2015, in Sugarland, Texas at Altus Hospice. She was fifty-seven years old.

    Cynthia was born June 27, 1958 in Houston, Texas. All of her education was at various Houston institutions. She first started a computer repair business. Next, she was employed by McAllister Real Estate. Following that, she was employed by Ben Taub Hospital in the Credentials Department. She has spent the past fifteen years at METRO in Document Control. Cynthia and Fred lived in Houston until 2001 when love of the rural life caused them to move to their country home in Columbus and they began their daily commute to their jobs in Houston.

    Cynthia was an active member of Church of Christ in LaGrange, Texas. She was baptized into Christ in 2000 and has been a faithful servant of her Lord ever since. She visited shut-ins, nursing homes, hospitals and was a constant witness of her faith by the life she lived. Church attendance was important and she especially enjoyed area singing activities.

    Cynthia enjoyed cycling, gardening, travel and animals especially her beloved boxer, Jewell. In 2008 she competed in the MS 15 cycling event from Houston to Austin. Because of inclement weather, Cynthia started in LaGrange. She participated in other charitable bike rides.

    Her father, Billy Ray Ferguson preceded her in death.

    Cynhia is survived by a devoted husband, Fred Hainesworth of Columbus, Texas. She was a loving mother and grandmother of sons, David Brocken of Dayton, Texas, Bobby Turman of Atlanta, Georgia; daughter, Jackie Henexson and husband Randy; grandson, Jacob and Hunter of Waco, Texas. She is also survived by her mother, Geraldine Ferguson of Cleveland, Texas; sister, Carla Jean Alvevado of Houston, and brother, Ray Ferguson of Spring, Texas.

    Everyone who knew Cynthia was warmed by her loving smile and sweet spirit. She will always be remembered as one of the most kindhearted and loving individuals you have ever known. To quote her employer, Jose Catellanos, “Cynthia will always be remembered as a person that knew the true meaning of unconditional love and friendship and as a person with a warm spirit and love.”                   

     Guests are invited to share in the Celebration of Life Services for Cynthia at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, January 23rd, 2016, La Grange Church of Christ, 646 Hwy. 71, La Grange, Texas 78945