Cynthia Louise Holt

19620411 –

 20180529

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In the early hours of Tuesday, May 29, 2018, Cynthia “Cindy” Louise Cooper Holt went to cater a meal in Heaven.

Cindy was born April 11, 1962, to James and Tina Cooper in Pleasanton, Texas. As a child Cindy was fearless, dependable, and thoughtful. She always was eager to do the right thing and to be the “helper.” It was while growing up in Jourdanton and working irrigation with her dad that her “do-right-no-matter-what” work ethic began to develop.

This work ethic earned her a degree from Texas A&M University. During her time at A&M, Cindy worked as a manager and time-keeper for the men’s track team. It was there that she met Gregory Alan Holt.  On August 18, 1984, after dating Greg for two years, Cindy got to marry her “best friend.” Later that month, Cindy began her life-long career of teaching.

Most of her career was spent teaching Special Education at Brownfield High School’s Training Center. Cindy was an organizer, a determined teacher, a loyal friend, and believed everyone was capable of being taught and had something to contribute.

Whether it be catering Senior Saints’ meal at church, cheering on the Brownfield Cubs, or taking care of her family, Cindy was a devoted servant of Christ and a supporter of the kids and school where she taught. Cindy also had a healthy pair of lungs and could be heard rooting for those she loved and sometimes fussing at missed calls by the referees.

She is survived by her mother, Tina Cooper; husband, Greg Holt; children, Greyson, Taylor, Kori, and Sloane Holt; siblings, James “Jim” Cooper, and Carl and Marylin Cooper Jenkins. She was preceded in death by her father, James E. Cooper.

Rejoicing in her victory, family and friends will celebrate her 56 years of life and her freedom from cancer Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 10 a.m. at Brownfield Church of Christ.

 

 

Memorials

In lieu of flower, Cindy requested memorial contributions be made to either Hospice of Lubbock, (www.covenanthealth.org/hospice-of-lubbock) or the Brownfield Church of Christ Scholarship Fund for Camp Blue Haven campers and Leadership Training for Christ (LTC) participants (502 Lubbock Rd, Brownfield, TX 79316, www.brownfieldchurchofchrist.org).

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23 thoughts on “Cynthia Louise Holt”

  1. Marcelino Banda

    Greg, Greyson, Taylor, Kori, and Sloane

    From Orfila and I, we are so very sorry for your loss and happy that she is servicing with Debra in heaven. Orfila and I wanted so much to be there but we will be out of town, but we will be with you all in spirit.
    May God bless you and comfort you in the coming days. We love you all and we will see you soon!

    God Bless
    Marcelino and Orfila Banda

  2. Wayne & Donna Pogue

    Our condolences for the loss of a sister in Christ, amazing wife, mother, daughter , friend, beautiful inside and out. Many Blessings to all the family & friends.
    She is pain free….Amen

  3. What a beautiful life, well lived! I’ll cherish the talks Cindy and I enjoyed before church when we sat nearby… And laugh when I remember how she wanted to carry on the conversation… After the singing started! Lol Normally, our visits were all about our children and what messes they were into! My heart truly goes out to you, Greg…our spouses got their reward earlier than we expected. Lucky them… And lucky us… Having their love and amazing presence as long as we were blessed to have them. God is SO good.

  4. Vicki Lozano, Brock and Lane Bundy

    “How the Lord rejoices in the death of his saints!”….loved her and her delicious meals…my condolences but so happy for her…love and peace to the sweet Holt family

  5. Rosie Birdwelp

    My heart ♥️ rejoices with Cindy’s victory…she is finally home!! The home we all anticipate in reaching!! My prayers are for peace and comfort for each of you, especially for her precious Mom that I love so dearly!

  6. Cindy was a wonderful woman. She was always so kind and loving. I appreciated all the care she took in teaching/loving her students, as well as her coworkers. She was a blessing to many!!!

  7. Merry & Art Phillips

    I didn know Cindy but knew her wonderful parents. So if Cindy was anything like her parents our Lord is welcoming her with open arms. You can rejoice in our Heavenly Father arms. Condolences To Cindy’s family ??

  8. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Cindy Lou was one special person! Love Uncle Charles, Aunt Dolores Mudford and Family.
    Love y’all!

  9. Rochelle Schmid and Mark Yenshaw

    Dear Taylor, Holt Family , and Tina,
    Cindy will be missed by all. Her legacy is the life and love she gave to all. Our sympathy and love at this difficult time. Cindy is with our Lord. Hold tight to those sweet memories.

  10. With deepest sympathy but I thank God I had the Priivilige to work with Cindy at the training center in Brownfield School for 8 Year’s. I will be praying for her family

  11. Jeanie Richards

    Sweet Holt Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sorrowful time. I worked with your mom some as a substitute and I remember thinking what an amazing teacher she was! She copied off some of her cake recipes for me – she always made the best food! Thanksgiving at the Training Center was something EVERYONE looked forward to and seeing the smiles on her students faces was priceless! Cindy leaves an amazing legacy for us to live up to! God Bless and Keep you! Jeanie

  12. My deepest condolences sweet Holt family, May God give you comfort Cindy is definitely in heaven! She’ll forever be in our hearts!

  13. Rebecca Forbus

    Our son, Cris, was one of Cindy’s students at the training center in Brownfield several years ago. Cindy was very dedicated to her job & loved each & every student . Cris loved her right back! Our love & prayers go out to all Cindy’s family. We are so sorry for your loss.

  14. Shelley Williams

    My heart is sad but rejoicing that Cindy is celebrating with Jesus! She is a dear Saint to me, from letting me vent to her and ask for pray requests to venting to me; or just sharing a laugh together. She never shunned anyone, but respected everyone. I know how this hurts to say goodbye to such a precious spouse and mom. She will be missed. Sending prayers, hugs, and love your way. I’m sorry we are out of state and will not be able to attend.
    Steve and Shelley Williams

  15. Willene Collins

    Bob and I send our condolences to Greg, Greyson,Taylor, Kori, Sloane, and Cindy’s family members. Memories of Cindy: Heart and arms open and welcoming each time we saw her. A truly beautiful soul.
    Love and prayers as your faith is strengthened and hearts comforted by God’s Amazing Grace.

    Willene

  16. …prayers and love for your family.Cindy was a fighter,and God called her home . Remember , she lives on in you all…??❤

  17. Cindy, I just loved you and your family so much. You were a special lady and you and Greg raised some amazing children. Family I am so sorry for your loss. My heart breaks for you all.

  18. So sad to hear the news of Cindy’s passing but we all know that a beautiful place in heaven is far better than the cancer-ridden one here. God bless her family and may He hold all of you in His arms as you grieve.

  19. Shawn Harrington

    What a wonderful testimony. Praying for you all during this difficult time. God bless you.
    With love,
    Shawn Harrington

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