Cindy Wesson Case

Cynthia Dianne Wesson Case
May 3, 1953 – July 1, 2016

Cindy Case, 53, of College Station, passed away on July 1, 2016 in College Station. A memorial service will be held at 1pm., Thursday July 7, 2016 at Herrington Funeral Home, 3434 South Loop 256, Palestine, Texas 75801. Local service arrangements are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers.

Cindy was born to Edward and Elsie Lee Wesson on May 3, 1963 in Palestine, Texas. Cindy loved life to the fullest and was a bright light to all she met. She was most proud of being the mother of her two wonderful children Johnny and Casey. Cindy considered her self blessed by being chosen as their mother. They, Johnny and Casey, returned such great love back to their mother by giving her four beautiful grandkids. Her grandchildren meant the world to her; they brought such joy into her life. Cindy would light up when they were around her. Cindy treasured her time with family and friends and she spoiled her pet Chihuahua, Tater.

Her husband Ricky Case, her father Edward Wesson and brother Bill Wesson, all precede her in death.

She is survived by her son Johnny Thomas, her daughter Casey Thomas and fiancé Matt Turnbo; her adored grandchildren Jordan, Brooklynn, Skylynn, and Kennedy; her mother Elsie Wesson; her brothers Lonnie Wesson, Gene Wesson and wife Debora; and numerous nieces and nephews all of Palestine.

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  1. Casey & Johnny, I have fond memories of your Mother, Cindy. We worked together in the Deli @Kroger. Cindy visited the store several times and I had the opportunity to see her with her grandchildren.
    I am sorry to have read Cindy’s passing on Friday, July 1st.

  2. Dear Casey, Matt, and Kennedy,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was such a wonderful person and i am honored to have known her. Please hug Kennedy for me and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. You both are special people to me and i will always love you.

  3. We will always remember your smile and your loving nature. Rest in peace.

    Your Friends in Caldwell


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