Cindy Hamilton - Austin Funeral & Cremation Services

Cindy Hamilton

Born: July 22, 1974
Died: January 31, 2020
Current City: Franklin, Tennessee

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Phone: 615.377.0775
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“Cindy and ken married I gain a sister I loved Cindy such a sweet spirt lady when ken and Cindy came to ala for Thanksgiving Cindy and pat and Kim and Madeleine we all went. Boot shopping. I always enjoy spending time with these wonder4 ladies .When Cindy was expecting Madeleine Cindy sung at Kim and Charles wedding Cindy has a beautiful voice we love ken and the kids sweet family after Will and Jordon was born and the boys got older when we would go to visit ken and Cindy and the kids we would go to the mall in tn enjoy that when Kim and ken grandma was living per wee always had a Nick name the grand kids and Cindy praying for ken and kids love kim. Charles. Jordon Davis”

Kim Davis
Posted by: Kim Davis - Sister in law (Hanceville, Ala) on Feb 28, 2020

“I knew Cindy through her husband Ken, who has been helping with our company's marketing projects. Although I only met Cindy once, at a marketing event in Nashville, our time together was brightened by her warmth and energy. She showed her wide interests in many areas, and her obvious affection for Ken and love of her children. It was truly a pleasant and memorable time. Cindy is at a better place, She will always shine in our memories.”

Yan Zang
Posted by: Yan Zang - Friend (Palo Alto, California) on Feb 17, 2020

“Who would have thought we'd be saying goodbye now? When we were single and wondering who you were going to date (we all knew it would be Ken)... when we would catch each other in the hall at work and catch up on life for a few minutes... when we commiserated about being pregnant together and discussed how to handle the 'scary' doctor... even though life ultimately led us in different directions, I watched and prayed from Facebook land as you walked with grace, strength and authenticity through these last few years. But I never thought I'd be saying goodbye. Cindy, you were so full of life and hope, a devoted wife, an amazing friend to so many. The stories we heard today in your beautiful service were both inspiring and challenging. Your absence leaves a big hole in so many hearts, but you are whole and healed in the arms of your Savior. And I know you're ringing that bell...”

Shawn Burgos
Posted by: Shawn Burgos - Friend (NewSong, Provident) (Franklin, TN) on Feb 05, 2020

“I shared laughter, joys, disappointments and sorrows with Cindy for 18 months every Friday morning through Gilda's. Our cancer group was Williamson County's first cancer group and we have grown to love each other as brothers and sisters. I cannot begin to express my sorrow at losing my sister, Cindy. She was funny, warm and had the most giving heart. Her smile would light up our tiny cancer room like a million stars shining down from heaven. I know she is now one of those bright stars looking down on us and watching over us and her family. She often spoke of the love for her family and their struggles with this horrible disease. Please know I send you all my love and prayers through this difficult time.”

Susan E. Church
Posted by: Susan E. Church - friend, cancer group buddy (Burns, TN) on Feb 05, 2020

“Cindy was my SG leader at Moms' Together. She was down to earth and "kept it real"' with parenting advice. She loved her husband and her kids - no question about that! She was funny, transparent and kind and she made it easy for the people at our table (including myself) to be able share vulnerably about the struggles we moms had. I think about her every time my husband and I go on a date night and we end up at Target or the mall bc she had shared that one of her favorite date night place to go to was the mall with her man, Ken. It was sweet and simple and she was right. Thank you Cindy for being a light to me.”

Helen chiang
Posted by: Helen chiang - Friend (Brentwood, Tn) on Feb 05, 2020

“I loved Cindy and your young family from the moment you came to the child care I directed. Of course, the first connection was Madeleine wearing OSU shirts that Cindy put on her! Quickly called her a favorite child. Before becoming a mom myself, Cindy was a stand out mom who loved her children so well. Such a sweet family. My prayers go out to you Ken, Madeleine and Will for your loss. I know Heaven rejoices and I pray you each feel a glimpse of her in eternity to help bring peace and comfort.”

Kylee Justice-Utt
Posted by: Kylee Justice-Utt - Friend (Spring Hill, TN) on Feb 05, 2020

“She was an angle sent from heaven a wonderful wife and mother she will truly be missed.”

Misty davis
Posted by: Misty davis - Friend (Cullman, Alabama) on Feb 05, 2020

“I will always remember the Sunday's Cindy sang at church back home in Grove City. I was little and was just in awe of her voice. Plus, being older than me, I thought she must be the coolest singer in the world and probably famous :-) I wanted to be able to sing just like her when I grew up. I want to extend my sympathy to her family during this hard time. I didn't know her personally, but based on what is written here, I think she turned out to be a wonderful mother, friend, and of course, daughter.”

Jeni Wells (Todd)
Posted by: Jeni Wells (Todd) - friend (Clarksville, TN) on Feb 04, 2020

“Cindy was such a delight to work with! I loved her spunk, laughter, and positivity in addition to her deep love for the Lord. The ministry to young's moms flourished in her capable hands! I had always hoped we would one day get to serve together again, but her family was her first priority, which was right and good. You will be missed dear sister!”

Anna Clagett
Posted by: Anna Clagett - Mom\'s Together ministry at Fellowship (Now living in San Jose, CA) on Feb 04, 2020

“Cindy was a wonderful friend who radiated the light of Jesus to all who knew her. My husband and I were blessed to first get to know Ken and Cindy in our church’s newly married class. They were so much fun, and we were thrilled when they moved into our neighborhood just a few blocks over. I have great memories of taking walks with Cindy and chatting as we pushed our babies in strollers. We would also trade off babysitting so that each of us could enjoy an occasional date night. She was always so friendly, so positive, so genuine and down to earth. I always felt encouraged after being with her. That’s the type of person she was. I know she will be tremendously missed. My prayers continue daily for her family. Thank you, God, for the promise of heaven.”

Ruth Ann Craven
Posted by: Ruth Ann Craven - Friend (Fayetteville, GA) on Feb 04, 2020

“I have visions of Cindy singing and dancing into our Father’s loving arms for a joyous homecoming. Her smile was as big and loving as her heart. Our prayers and thoughts continue to surround you with peace and love.”

Mindy
Posted by: Mindy - Friend (Orient, Ohio) on Feb 04, 2020

“My heart is with the family and friends of this beautiful child of God .I'm saddened to hear of Cindy passing, but I am praising His name that she has to know no more pain and suffering. I remember her singing at church as a young girl, and thinking what a blessing she was to us in the congregation! Peace and comfort to all who love her...??Janet Morley”

Janet Morley
Posted by: Janet Morley - (, ) on Feb 04, 2020

“Dear Barb and Jim, I am so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for your entire family.”

Sue Bailey
Posted by: Sue Bailey - (Galloway, OH) on Feb 04, 2020

“Our hearts are saddened to learn of your loss. Please know we are praying for the family during this difficult time. Sending you our deepest sympathy and love. God's blessings, Andy and Pastor Karen Crawford”

Rev. Dr. Karen Crawford
Posted by: Rev. Dr. Karen Crawford - former Pastor (Mount Sterling, Ohio) on Feb 04, 2020

“Cindy took me under her wing at Provident when I was new to working downstairs at the label. Cindy, you made me feel welcomed and you were always available to answer any question I had without making me feel dumb. I appreciated the way you spoke of Ken and how you honored him as your husband. I’ll never forget that. You loved your kids so well and so fiercely. It won’t be the same grabbing lunch with the old gang without you. I’m so happy that you’re in the arms of Jesus, though you are definitely missed here. Love, Jody”

Jody Gray
Posted by: Jody Gray - Co-worker and friend (Panama City Beach, FL) on Feb 04, 2020