Cynthia Collins

December 1961
November 2023


Anything get her down for long. She was joyful and caring, hysterically funny, Cynthia was a true goofball and would want me to be sure you to know that. She loved to spread joy and laughter, always reminding us life is too short to stay down for too long. She emitted love and light in all that she did, her smile was infectious and her heart was so open. She cared about our planet, she cared about human, animal and civil rights, she was passionate about equality for all and she lived her life truly being the change she wanted to see in the world. There wasn't anything she wouldn't do for the ones she loved and even more so a stranger on the street. Her whole life Cynthia knew she wanted to donate her body to science, she wanted to help people learn, and she wanted to encourage growth and education even after she was gone. I thank you all for taking the time to read this and get to know this incredible human just a bit. The last thing I think she'd want me to leave you with would be a nice, loud, and proud, Goooooo Giants!!!!! She is missed and she is so very loved. It is my sincerest hope that her body helps someone learn little something that helped them grow and learn.

Friends & Family

Teresa Silva, Gina Kiya, Khloe Emberson, Katie Baines, Robert Collins, Kathy Bowen, Rick Tabitha Ricky Eden Mandonca

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