Cynthia Moore Toms
April 15, 1964 – June 24, 2019
Cynthia (Cindy) Moore Toms, 55, of Henrico, passed away on June 24, 2019 after a battle with lung cancer. She was preceded in death by her mother Joyce Moore and her son Gary Sanford. She is survived by her husband JV (John Vernon) Toms and his four children; Sherri, Terri, Merri, and Kenneth, her father James Moore (Diana), siblings Linda Messner (Gene), James Moore (Sharon), Ellen Groves, Brenda Gibbs (Jimmy), David Moore (Cindy), Robert Moore (Cindy), Carlton Moore, Daisy Moore, Terry McGuire (John), and Ginger Moore. She is also survived by her many loving nieces and nephews, as well the many grand and great-grandchildren she cared for and loved deeply. Cindy loved her family and spending time with them. There was nothing more important to Cindy than being with the people she loved. Cindy also enjoyed the sun, some of her best memories were of summer and family cookouts. The family will have a ceremony at Carlisle Avenue Baptist Church on July 13, 2019 at 2:00pm to celebrate the life and love of Cynthia Moore Toms.
My sincere condolences for your loss.
Please know that God understands how you feel and he deeply cares about you (1Peter 5:7), and fully understands what you’re going through. Especially the pain and grief we experience when someone we love falls asleep in death. God’s word encourages all to throw all of our anxiety on Him because he cares for you.
You can trust him with your innermost feelings, Pray to Almighty God for comfort and he will sustain you.
My deepest Sympathy.
I’m remembering your strong spirit and love for your family, always willing to help anyone that needed a hand and your funny since of humor. I remember we grew up together in the same neighborhood and the fun times and the tough times. You will be greatly missed!!! We love you so much!!! And we will see you again in heaven.❤️
My sweet, sweet Aunt. I love you so much and will miss you everyday of my life. I’m selfish in saying I wish you were still here, but knowing you’re not in anymore pain and with your mother and son makes me incredibly joyful. You are still with us and will carry you everywhere we go. ♥️
Cindy, I truly miss you. Get together with the sisters will never be the same. You gave cancer a great fight but God needed you. Love you give our Mom a hug and kiss for me.
You are in heaven now tell everyone hello I’m going to miss you so much and the way you say my name on my brother’s name till we meet again love you
I will always remember you Cindy when we was young growing up together it seems such a long time we always stayed in touch with each other through the years I love my Moore family you will be truly missed but I will see you again
Cindy I’m gonna miss our long chats….I know you’re happy now because you’re
pain free stress free worry free and back with Gary and your Mama.
To the family …I’m so sorry praying for your comfort and understanding
I love you all