Cynthia Dawn Wagner, 63, of Burnet, Texas has joined the presence of our Lord on the 26th day of March 2022. She passed peacefully after several years of being diagnosed with ALS. Her loving family were present at the time of her death.
A memorial service is planned for 10:00 a.m., Saturday, April 2, 2022, at Jenkins Funeral Home, 109 N. Main St Burnet, Texas 78611.
Cindy was born on March 7, 1959, in Little Rock, Arkansas to Thurston and Mildred Lucille Nix. Her parents divorced when she was very young. When she was 12 years old, she and her mother moved to Austin, Texas where she attended school and graduated from Anderson High School and became a cosmetologist.
Her senior year she met her future husband, ironically, he was the son of her cosmetology teacher, Pat Wagner. They dated for severalyears, and she eventually married Tom Wagner on June 6, 1985.
They were blessed with two sons, Taylor Grant Wagner, Born August 20, 1989, and Thompson Lee Wagner, born April 11, 1992.
Cindy was very much a people person. She always wanted everyone to have fun and get along with each other. She instigated severalevents, one of which was Friday night neighborhood happy hours. Her sons had many friends that would wind up at her house, they all called her mama and loved her very much.
She and her family enjoyed hunting, fishing, boating, and horseshoes. Anything outdoors was her domain. Also, Texas Hold Em’ was a good wintertime activity. One of her dear friends introduced her to gambling and together they went to casinos whenever they could go. Everyone knew their names because she was so outgoing.
Cindy is preceded in death by her father, Thurston Nix, mother, Mildred Lucille Browning, and her beloved stepfather, Monte Browning. Also, her mother-in-law, Pat Wagner; uncles, Burwell Berryman, Sylvester Berryman, Jay Berryman, and Buck Berryman; aunts, Mavis Berryman Ray, Ruby Berryman Williams, Marry Berryman Horn, and Joyce Berryman Kerry.
Survivors include her husband, Tom Wagner; sons, Taylor and Thompson Wagner; her beloved dog, Lucy; along with many beloved cousins who all recall fun times spent with her through the years.
Cindy Wagner will long be remembered because she gave us so many good memories to remember. Rest in Peace Dear Lady.
Arrangements to under the care of Jenkins Funeral Home, Burnet, TX.
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