Cynthia Ann George, 54, of Magdalena New Mexico peacefully passed away on April 26, 2023 at Presbyterian Rust Medical Center in Rio Rancho surrounded by her children after a difficult battle with T-Cell Lymphoma.
Cindy was born on July 16, 1969 to Henry and Lora George in Socorro New Mexico. After Cindy attended Tonopah High School in Tonopah Nevada she worked in many trades. She pursued certification for Fiber Optics with NRAO VLA of Magdalena. Cindy worked with the VLA for eight years receiving many certifications and becoming a Fiber Specialist. Cindy was a valued employee and coworker. Cindy was passionate about rock hunting, art, nature, animals, and most importantly family. She was a wonderful mother, devoted daughter and sister, a cool aunt, a fierce friend, but mostly a truly good person. Cindy devoted her time to her art which she shared with friends and family and sold locally in Magdalena. Helping others gave her great joy. She was passionate about helping animals of all kinds.
Cindy was met in heaven by her father Henry George, her eldest brother Steve George, many aunts and uncles, her grandparents, her great nephew Nicholas Ortiz, her niece Rachel Rhead, her nephew Dakota Krebs, and her father-in-law Wayne Jeffers. Cindy is survived by her daughter Sharee Phillips and family, her son Alan Jeffers and Family, her mother Lora George, her eldest sister Kathy George and family, and her twin brother Hank George and family. Long time family friends Bobby Baker and family, Carrie Wilkinson and family, and Annette and Kelly Robillard and family. Services were held in a private gathering at the First Baptist Church of Magdalena on May 5, 2023.
Cindy’s family would like to express their deepest gratitude to the members of the Rust Medical Center Oncology team for their excellent care during her time with them. A special thank you to Tommy Lawson of Daniel’s Funeral Home of Socorro. To Cindy’s pallbearers for their dedicated service; Alan Jeffers, Hank George, Tim Hochstetler, Bobby Baker, Arthur Sisneros, and Kelly Robillard. The family was honored to have you carry Cindy to her final resting place.
In honor of Cindy’s memory the family asks instead of sending flowers they would love donations be sent to any organization dedicated to the preservation of Bee’s or to organizations dedicated in planting trees.