A beautiful baby girl was born to Jenny and Lealand Dawkins on August 1, 1971 in the settlement of Murphy Town, Abaco, Bahamas.
Cindy received her early education at Doneas Town Primary School and went on to attend Abaco Central High. She finished her last three years of High School at Cash High School in Coatsville, PA. After graduating and becoming the best Nail Tech, she moved back home and started her family.
A single mother of four, her life was filled with different journeys, but she never lost her faith in God. She made sure her children knew Him and kept their faith. Cindy was an example to her children from the beginning, always working and giving 100%. She encouraged her children to partcipate in sports, and took them to church, and the best schools to provide the very best. Though faced with poverty, eviction, homelessness, and downsizing at work; God made a way and caused her and her family to Triumph.
Cindy was a hard worker who started as self-employed in Cosmetology, later moving on to work as a waitress at Mango’s Restaurant. Upon moving to Florida in 2007, she began serving at Temple Orange within the Ritz Carlton Resort. Her next job came later at Souvlaki Fast where she and her son worked together. She then worked as a waitress in Katzner’s Deli, now named Jax Bistro, until her passing.
Cindy was preceded in death by her Mother: Jenny Stuart; Father: Lealand Dawkins; Brother: David; and Sister: Florence. She is survived by her Children: Jenny, Tre, Zoe, and Sierra; Adopted Children: Perry (Chanae), Marlon, Ashanti, & Clement, Jr; Brothers: Alexander, Leslie, Lennie, Peter, and Troy; Sisters: Dedrie, Vernie, Sharon (Rinsor), Henza, Magaret, Patrica (Lenie), Elease (Nixon), Cheryl (Ulisea), Julie, and Patrice; Uncle: Ronald Davis; Aunts: Edith Clarke and Manerva Davis; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and close friends.
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