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Our precious beacon of light, Cindy Stimers-Coxe, honored by Facebook, family, and many
friends, passed away peacefully and gallantly early morning April 3, 2019.
Cindy is a graduate of Encina High School in Sacramento, class of 1968 and graduated from
Heald Business College in 1970. Cindy worked for Langner & Rifkin from 1970-1978,
M&M Carpet in Buena Park 1978-1979, her father Floyd Stimers The Drapery Shop in years
1979-1985, and The Board of Equalization from 1985-2008.
Cindy taught us how to take what we have and bring it on for who we are. Cindy taught us real
beauty. Cindy reached out to help people when she could. She bought meals for the homeless
When it came to the big challenges in life Cindy was on top. Cindy knew what to do and did it
without complaint. Her spirit and light and sense of humor never faded. Cindy was a blessing to
those under that light; especially on the front row seat in the theater audience and on stage in the
Best Of Broadway, in the stands of Vintage Baseball, and to her many adoring friends who now
wave to the wings of an angel soaring in a beacon of light.
Cindy leaves behind her husband of 12 years Rollin Coxe, son Richard Lovelace, grand
daughter age 2 Eden Lily Lovelace, sisters Daphne Sheets, Pamela Hicks, and Sandy Rose,
nieces and nephew Jennifer Ervin, Rebecca Hicks, Dawn Drost, and Jason Starks, and great
nieces and nephew Billy, Holly, and Robin Ervin, and Gracie and Everett Drost.
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