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Cynthia Sue Davis

Our dear mother, Cynthia Sue Davis, of Marion, Kansas sadly passed away on May 20, 2024, in Hutchinson, Kansas at the age of 69. She was a wonderful mother who was always there when we needed her the most, offering support, wisdom, and love in abundance. She was a loving and devoted wife, mother and grandmother, sister and aunt.

Cynthia was born on October 15, 1954, in Reno, Nevada, the eldest of seven children of Gary and Sarah (Finch) Hunt. She is survived by her loving husband, Ronald Davis, and her cherished daughter, Tammy Depperschmidt and son-in-law, Thomas Depperschmidt; her beloved grandchildren, BreiAunna Rose of Fullerton, California, Patrick Bankston, Josh Bankston, Kailynn Depperschmidt, Centhiyah Bankston, Kaitlyn Bankston, and Hunter Depperschmidt all of Hutchinson, Kansas; her siblings, Harry (Patty) Hunt of Martindale, Texas, Kevin (Laurie) Hunt of Coos Bay, Oregon, Geralyn (Mike) Cherry of Pismo Beach, California, Brenda (Todd) Frank of Mesa, Arizona, and Kendra Chambers of Indio, California. Cindy was preceded in death by her son, Gary Gene Obie Davis of Marion, Kansas, her cherished grandson, Dwayne Depperschmidt, her loving parents of Kerrville, Texas, and her beloved sister, Trudi Hunt of Kerrville, Texas.

Cindy worked as a cashier, baker and gardener. Ronnie wanted her to stop working at Plant Kingdom because she brought all the plants, trees, and flowers home for him to plant. She particularly loved strawberries and tomatoes. Cindy was passionate about cooking, crocheting and baking. Her talent for making the best fried chicken, yummy breads and delicious cinnamon rolls will be forever missed by her family. In her teens, Cindy would come home with donuts and hide them from her siblings in the washer. Later in life, she worked at Wenchells and her kids and grandkids were often spoiled with donuts and her special Dr. Pepper syrup formula which she made just to Tammy’s liking. Cindy enjoyed sitting by the campfire telling stories, making s’mores and camping with her family and friends. Cindy spoiled her grandchildren with snacks when they went camping. She particularly loved joining her son, Gary Gene and her husband, Ronnie, for a motorcycle ride.

A celebration of life will be on Saturday, June 1, 2024, at 2:00 pm. at her daughter’s home in Hutchinson, Kansas. The family requests donations be made to the Phoenix Hospice, who provided excellent comfort and care for Cindy and her family in her final days or the Parkinson's Foundation to increase awareness of this devastating disease. We will forever miss Cindy’s laughter, her caring words, her friendly smile and her love of camping and motorcycle riding.


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