Cynthia “Cindy” Elaine Holland-Woollen, 48, Indianapolis, passed from this world on Monday June 8, 2020. She was born on Thursday, April 6, 1972 to Daugh and Ginnalee (Gray) Holland Jr. in Louisville, Kentucky.
Not “The End”
Forever in our hearts though you may be far away. The pain and sadness you felt has now gone away. So today we remember your smile and your joyful laugh ...and we have comfort knowing you’re at peace at last. You lived life with every breath...each and every day... And gave the best of yourself to your people along the way.
Your story was beautiful even the ugly and sad parts. All the elements together is a picture of your heart. Your children bear the mark of the seeds that you sowed. And your grandchildren are your legacy, your beauty is in their souls.
You thought you wrote the last words when you said “The End” but little did you know it really meant “To Begin” For you will live forever in our memories and hearts, your story will be told, though we are all apart. We will be united someday we believe. And then our story will read, together and free.
Written by: Janna Holland
Weeping may endure for the night, but joy comes in the morning.
These wonderful words are written in memoriam to celebrate the life of Cynthia Holland-Woollen, a one-woman party packed with kindness, understanding, joy, and love for all family and friends. It is a sad occasion when God sees fit to take back one of His best creations, for the world is truly darker without you here to brighten it with your sunny disposition and genuine caring and compassion. Although we all will take this loss in stride, we will celebrate the life you lived. One of being a friend to those who needed it most, being an ear when someone has something to say, being a shoulder to cry on when things get tough, or making sure that everyone is taken care of before yourself. You will always be missed, but those who miss you will carry their memories of you in their hearts and remember them fondly. You are gone, but never forgotten. May you find the peace you deserve with God. With love forever,
Your son, Brady Ra
She is survived by her loving husband William “Bill” Wesley Woollen, son Brady Daugh-Edward Ray of Indianapolis, daughter Krissa Denah Johnson of Indianapolis, parents Daugh and Ginnalee (Gray) Holland Jr., brother Bobby Holland of Louisville, Ky, sisters Jolene Blair of Louisville, Ky, Brenda Holland of Louisville, Ky, and four grandchildren: Alexis, Wesley, Ginnalee, Isabella and many extended family and friends.
Celebration of life will be held on Friday June 12, 2020, 6 pm at Victory Church, 7508 Beulah Church Rd, Louisville, KY 40228.
Indiana Memorial is honored to serve the Woollen Family.
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