You never said “I’m leaving"
You never said good-bye;
You were gone before I knew it,
And only God knew why.
On the morning of Thursday, October 17, 2019, Ms. Cynthia Hagans quietly left this life to return to the open arms of her Creator.
Funeral services for “Cynt” were held on Saturday, October 26,2019 at 2 p.m. at the St. Jame Christian Fellowship Church, 5875 Old Savannah Rd. Tennille, GA 31089 . Interment followed in the Harrison City Cemetery.
Cynthia Denise Hagans-Hall departed this life on Thursday, October 17, 2019, at her residence. She was born on August 4, 1963 to the parentage of Tommie Hagans and the late Lovie Mae Grady-Hagans.
She attended the public schools of Washington County, Sandersville, GA. After graduating high school in 1981, she began working at Crown Tex in Wrightsville, GA. After a few months, she was employed at the Washington County Memorial Hospital. When the department closed down, she was employed with Wal-Mart in the photo lab. This is when she found her passion with the camera. She started her own business, Entrepreneur of Design Photography by Cynthia. Through her business, she met, created memories, became a friend, auntie, sister, and mother for sooo many people.
She grew up and attended church at Healing Temple Ministry in Sandersville, GA. Her presence will definitely be missed sitting in the corner beating those drums.
If she missed you at the Dollar Tree, Wal-Mart, or Chester Dean, you better believe she had you on her Facebook Live!, where her punchline was “What’s up Facebook? This yo girl, Cynthia, coming at cha live from” (wherever she may have been).
Cynthia was always happy and full of life. She helped many with a sincere heart. She got tired sometimes, yet she never complained.
Cynthia was preceded in death by her husband, Albert Hall Jr., mother, Lovie Mae Grady-Hagans, brother, Master Eric Jerome Hagans, three beloved aunties, Pecolia Grady-Johnson, Isabella Grady, and Cora Grady-Boatwright, and step-daughter, Melinda Stephens.
Cynthia leaves to cherish her memories her son, Quentin Hightower; fiance’, Maurice Stephens, Sr.; father, Tommie (Pauline) Hagans of Sandersville, GA; two sisters, Sandy Hagans of Harrison, GA, and Lisa Hagans (Otis Daniels) of Warner Robins, GA; three brothers, Tony (Stella) Hagans of Jacksonville, FL, Ricky (Cathy) Hagans of Sandersville, GA and Stanley Hagans of Tennille, GA; two step-sisters, Pearly (Earnest) Miller and Barbara J. Hooks, both of Sandersville, GA; two step-children, Maurice B. Stephens, Jr. and Marissa Stephens (Mike Kiney), both of Athens, GA; two aunts, Louise Grady and Alisha King, both of Atlanta, GA; devoted nephews, Colton Hagans and Logan Morgan; devoted friends, Aliki Barden, Everlyn Brown, Dianne Jenkins Wiley, Kelvin Hall, Kendra Ross; Godsister, Linda “Bo” Dixon; Godbrothers, Kevin Hagans, Sylvester Johnson, Darron Thomas, and Napoleon (Po Po)Hall; cousin, Teresa Hagans; and a host of beloved nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins, relatives, and friends.
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