Cindy Ann Box

December 16, 1969 - November 19, 2009

Mrs. Cindy Ann Box, age 39, of Anna, Texas passed away November 19, 2009. She was born on December 16, 1969, in Hollywood, Florida to Robert D. Scott Sr. and Elizabeth Ann (Hutto) Scott. On December 31, 2001, Cindy married Tim Box in Las Vegas, Nevada. Cindy was a homemaker and a member of the West Allen Church of Christ in Allen, Texas. She is survived by her husband, Tim; children, Savannah and Kayla Barron and Clayton Box all of Anna, Texas; siblings, Robert D. Scott Jr. and Charlotte Snow both of Palm Bay, Florida, William Scott of Melbourne, Florida and Gene Scott of Century, Florida; and a host of other loving family and friends. Cindy was preceded in death by her parents, Robert D. and Elizabeth Ann Scott. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, November 21, 2009, at the West Allen Church of Christ with Jerry King and Foy Vinson officiating. Interment will follow at Fitzhugh Cemetery in Lucas, Texas. The family will receive friends for a visitation an hour prior to the services at the church on Saturday. Arrangements are under the direction of Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Directors.

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Hey Mom. I just wanted to tell you that you are going to be a grandma of 2 soon. Savannah had Jade, and now we are patiently waiting on mine! I'm almost 4 months now, and I'm pretty excited! I know that I will never be as amazing as a mother as you were, but I hope I can take second place! Its at times like these I could really really use you, and get your advice, and comfort. I miss you so much mom, not a day goes by that you don't cross my mind. You are forever in my heart. I love you mom. Your Daughter, Kayla Marie
Kayla Marie Scott, March 7, 2017 Dear Mom, Heeyy mom. Its been 5 years now, and i still cant believe your gone. I miss you so much. I know i wasnt the best daughter, and i am truly sorry for that. Every day i wish i could change the way i was as a kid, and be a better daughter and not put so much stress on you. Not a day goes by that i dont blame myself. I wish i could be like everyone else and say how we had so many good memories, but i cant and im soo sorry for that mom. Im soo sorry for all the things i put you through. I wish i could just take it all back. I remember you told me and Savannah as a kid that one day when we were finally adults that we would thank you for everything you did for us, and your right. Everything you ever did for me im soo thankful for, and i just soo wish i could thank you for everything you ever did for us. This day never gets easier. No matter how many years pass its just the same amount of pain. I hope all is well in heaven, and i cant wait till the day i join you up there. I love you sooo much mom Ps i graduated high school? Kayla Marie Scott, November 19, 2014 Tim, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife. I haven't seen you in forever. But thru the family I did know that you had married and had a son and also your stepdaughters with Cindy. In my memory bank you should still be 9 years old, as in a photo or two I keep of you. Of course many years have gone by since then but I have not forgot you. The memory bank of life is is so full of time lost and times embraced. Joy, heartache, wish I could go back and slow it down. Wish I could have done this different...........I am sure we all have those type of thoughts. I wish I could have kept closer contact with you over the years. In my heart and mind you will always be my little brother in law. And the dearly loved Uncle of my children. Please know that I grieve with you, God Bless you and Yours! Love, Patti Patti Lawson, December 1, 2009 I want to tell you how sorry I a for your loss. I knew Cindy for such a short time, but she touched my heart and I have prayed for her many times. It was clear the love she had for her children, and my heart is heavy for you all. Monica Cowsert, November 30, 2009 My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Kayla, you are such a joy to have in class. Thank you for being my student. Your mother is very proud of you and loves you very much. Love, Mrs. Stradling Bonnie Stradling, November 30, 2009 Uncle Tim, I am so very sorry. I mourn with you in tears. I cannot imagine what you are going through. She is an truly an angel in heaven. We will be praying for comfort to be among you and the children. Heather, Raven, Kris, & Carson Box/Oetzel Family, November 26, 2009 Cindy, I am so honored and proud to call you my sister in law and friend. your faith has inspired me. Our last conversations meant more to me than you will ever know. See you in Heaven. Give your mom and dad a kiss for me too. all my love little sister, ann Annette F Scott, November 25, 2009 Dear sweet little sister, I will miss you so very much, your sweet little girl voice, the twinkle in your eyes, your infectious laugh and giggles, sharing everything with each other. The time has been cut so short. I am reminded of the song, "Time in a Bottle"..."There never seems to be enough time..." Oh how I long to hug and kiss you...just one more time. I love you little baby girl. Charlotte Snow, November 22, 2009 To my friend, Savannah, I am very sorry to hear about your mother's passing away. We all loved her very much and it's sad to hear she's not hear anymore. You should know that your friends and I are here for you and you are more than welcome to talk to us about anything. You and your family are in my thoughts. I wish you all the best. Love, your friend, Alyssa Lairson Alyssa Faith Lairson, November 21, 2009 so very sorry for your loss.we only knew cindy for a breif time but it was a pleasure.let us know if we can be of service.god bless you all. pam and dennis crain, November 21, 2009 Tim and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Cindy was a very courageous person and an inspiration to us all. Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this hard time. Bryan and Sherry Maxwell Bryan Maxwell, November 20, 2009 Tim, I am truly sorry that you have lost your best friend and soul mate. My prayers are that you and your family are comforted knowing she is no longer suffering. Kim Deal, November 20, 2009 Our Thoughts & Prayers are with the Scott Family & the Box Family. I have not spoke with or seen Cindy in some time,But I can tell you she is Family, I have nothing but great Memories of growing up with her in Davie fl. Myself & Cindy where the youngest in our Familys. We always got along & had such fun together as kids & young adults. Cindy you we be missded & may God Bless you & Rest in Peace!! Love Jay Scott & Family Jay A SCOTT, November 20, 2009 I AM CINDYS OLDER BROTHER GENE..I HAVE READ A FEW THINGS ON HERE AND AM VERY GRATEFUL OF YOUR CONDOLENCES IT MEANS A LOT TO OUR FAMILY AND THOSE WHO KNEW HER..I KNOW SHE TOUCHED A LOT OF LIVES AND I CAN ONLY SPEAK FOR ME THAT SHE WAS AN ANGEL SENT TO BETTER ALL THE LIVES SHE CAME IN TO CANTACT WITH..SO THANK YOU FOR TAKING TIME OUT OF YOUR BUSY LIVES THESE DAYS TO CARE ENOUGH TO TESTIFY ON HER BEHALF....THANK YOU GENE W.SCOTT gene w.scott, November 20, 2009 Tim, I had the great pleasure of talking to Cindy a lot on the phone. We shared so many memories most of them in Florida where we attended each other's childrens parties and had many a bonfire out in the back I will always remember burning the Chrismtas Trees after Christmas and how high you got the fire going... but I remember so many memories in Arizona and Texas too. You guys have been our best friends my Kristina called you guys Aunt Cindy and Uncle Tim. Tim, we are here for you if you need ANYTHING and it's within our power you will have it. She loved you with a love that is priceless and she did share it with me. We discussed her going home her faith was so great. I will always remember her beautiful smile. There is so much she shared with me in the last month. Please accept our heart felt sympathy and know that the LORD is with you always and if you need us just call. Rhonda Jo Essert, November 20, 2009 Dear Clayton, Kayla, and Savannah, We are so sorry to hear about Ms. Cindy, and we are happy that she went to Heaven. And also, we are going to keep praying about you and thinking about you. We know that you are very sad and we're sorry. Brendan and Alexandra Briggs, November 19, 2009 We were so saddened today by the news that Cindy had gone Home. However, we are also so happy for her because we have confidence that her pain has ended, and her life is now filled only with joy and peace. Tim, Billy spoke to Cindy last Thursday, and she was so at peace with her situation. She also told him that you were her "soul mate and best friend," and that you were so good to her. She talked about the way you would sometimes just sit with her and watch movies and how much comfort that gave her. She said that she couldn't have ever received a better husband. Kids, your mother also told Billy about how much she loved you and how special each one of you were to her in your own unique ways. He could literally hear her smiling as she spoke of each of you by name. She loved you so very much. Cindy was such an inspiration to our congregation, and - no doubt - to all of the people with whom she came in contact during her illness. B.W. was so concerned about her and touched by the way she handled her fight - we're just so excited that they are now able to see each other again in Heaven. We love you all, and we're hurting and rejoicing with you... Billy and Katie Briggs, November 19, 2009