Cynthia Mary Lack

July 23, 1956 ~ May 31, 2010

Cynthia Lack Funeral services for Mrs. Cynthia Lack, 53, of Sulphur, will be held on, Friday, June 04, 2010 at 10am in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Father Guilbeau will officiate. Burial will follow in Mimosa Pines Cemetery under the direction of Robison Funeral Home. Visitation will begin on Thursday, June 3, 2010, from 4pm " 9pm with a Scripture Service and Rosary at 6pm, and resume on Friday, June 4rd from 8am until time of service. Mrs. Lack passed away on Monday, May 31, 2010 in Sulphur. She was met at the gates of Heaven by her Father, James Watkins, Sr. She is survived by her loving husband of 34 years: Don Lack, of Sulphur 2 Daughters: Meagan & Lindsey Lack, both of Sulphur Mother: Trista Watkins , Sulphur Brother: Ray Watkins, Charleston, Ill 2 Sisters: Lisa Graham & husband James, of Seattle, Washington; Jill Ainsworth & husband Cliff, of Huffman, Tx. along with a host of other family & friends.

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  1. I am saddened by the loss of Cynthia. She was a great woman and a great friend. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and she will be dearly missed. All my love, Lorie

  2. I don't know how to express my sorrow except to say I am so sorry. I know we all get to meet our Father someday and Cynthia got to go earlier that we do, but it sure doesn't make it any easier for us who are still waiting. My prayers are with the family. Kay

  3. We love you so much Cynthia, Don, Lindsey and Meagan and the Watkins family. We are so thankful for the 56 years you shared with us. Our hearts are so sad.

  4. I live in thankfulness to have known you, dear friend. Your infectious smile will be dearly missed. You made life growing up very special and I will forever hold those memories dear to heart. What an awesome angel you will be watching over us. Love you, Cynthia.

  5. My heart goes out to your family. Loosing someone is so hard and if there is anything that I can do for any of you please let me know. I went to school with Cynthia. Regards, Gwen Goode Hurt

  6. We love you Cynthia. You are in a better place than the rest of us now. Keep watch on us. Give our love to Grandmere and Gerald. Adrian & Sonja

  7. Cynthia, I never dreamed I would be saying goodbye to you so soon. I always thought there would be time later when things slowed down to visit more often. I love all my cousins but I always had a special place in my heart for you,Adrian,Gee Gee, Robin,and Gil,because we were close in age and were the first "cluster" of Grandkids. I loved you more than you probably knew but I am sure you know now. You are with God in all his glory now. I will continue to pray for you and your family. Please pray for me. I love you Cynthia. Judy

  8. I am going to post this again…. After I posted it the first time I found out Cyn passed away. Please listen to this and watch the video it will touch a lot of lives. Don, I hope this speaks to you and the girls. It says it all Mandisa – He Is With You From Mandisa's album "Freedom", the song "He Is With You". A pretty straightforward message: God is with you! And with me! I think of 1 Thessalonians 5:18 when I listen to this song: "Give thanks in all …

  9. I know you are wearing your robe of spiritual light as proudly as you wore your badge of courage the last year of your life on this earth. You have truly earned your place with God. I love you more than you realize and look forward to meeting again. I know you are watching now and will always be watching all your loved ones here on earth. My thoughts and prayers with all those you loved and all that loved you. Gil

  10. Don, Meagan, Lindsey and Trista, I was so saddened to hear of your huge loss. I knew Cynthia when we worked together a long time ago, while she was pregnant with Meagan. I have thought of her often. Her laugh was infectious and she will be greatly missed. ……all my prayers, Sarah

  11. My prayers are with you Don and both of you girls. I can always remember the joy your mother brought to me when she was around. Her strong spirit and love will continue to follow you in the days ahead. Always keep the love alive in your heart and know that as you continue your time on this earth, use all that she has taught you, dreamed for you, and prayed for you. I sincerely will forever hold a very grateful, loving, inspiring, and joyful friend in my heart and it was a blessing that she was my friend…I only wish I had the opportunity to let her know before she passed, but I am believing that she is looking down upon us now and knowing that she will be missed! Take care..keep the faith…May God bless you and provide you strength during this difficult time.

  12. The world will be a lessor place without you. I know that you will continue to be an inspiration and gaurdian to those that love you. God bless you and your family.

  13. I am saddened to hear of Cynthia's early departure to be with our Lord. May God bless and comfort her husband Don and her daughters at this difficult time. I knew her at Westbury High School in Houston, Texas and always enjoyed her laughter and smile.


  15. I am so sorry for your loss of a wonderful Daughter, Sister, Cousin, Mother, Wife, and Best Friend. You all have a Sweet, Beautiful angel watching over you now..

  16. I knew Cynthia for only a short time. She was always wore a big smile. My Deepest Sympathy to Cynthia's husband, children and family. You will be in my prayers.

  17. I loved Cynthia, we shared so many happy times. I have a number of pictures of her and with Don also. The news is shocking and she is so blessed to have been loved and supported with such a loving family. I know you all have her in your heart and that can never be taken. I will sent the pictures when I soon! Love to each and every one of you!

  18. dear cynthia, Don and the girls did a wonderful job in their tribute to you on your way to heaven. as you know every last detail was perfect. I know how proud you were. Megan shared memories with us, some made us laugh, it was so touching and she was so composed, I know how you appreciated that. I escorted you to the alter with Don and your girls in Mom's place, I hope you don't mind, it was something i needed to do. All your cousins were there to share their love and support, and I hope you didn't mind that we partied at your house after the buriel survices. You would have laughed so much at Gillian. Hope you were able to see us all remembering and loving you, and you would have been so proud of Ray and Jill, they were all you would have wanted them to be. We will all miss you so much. Remember us as we will always remember you, sweet, funny, loving Cynthia. Thinking of you, Aunt Jackie

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