Cynthia Wanette Mousner

Cynthia ‘Cyndi’ (Hohmann) Mousner passed away on January 10, 2014 at St. Joseph Regional Hospital in Bryan, TX after a long illness. She was surrounded by family and friends. Cynthia was born April 24, 1955 to Harold and Vivian Hohmann in Schenectady, NY; six months later the family moved to Salt Lake City, UT, where she spent her childhood.

There will be a reception to honor Cyndi’s memory at 11:30 A.M. on January 18th at Trinity Lutheran Church in Navasota. This will be followed by a memorial service at 1 P.M. with a private interment at Bryan City Cemetery later that afternoon.

For much of her 28-year career, Cyndi served as the lone graphic designer in the athletics department at Texas A&M University. She was on the forefront of A&M’s athletic branding as she designed media guides, game programs, schedule posters, camp brochures and all other printed materials for the department. During her time at A&M, she won over 100 awards from the College Sports Information Directors of America for her design and layout of media guides and game programs. Her most recent award comes from her work as part of the 2009 production team that secured the “Best In The Nation” award for women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, women’s golf, and equestrian. She was a faithful Aggie fan and followed all their sports, particularly football.

Cyndi enjoyed listening to and performing music, was passionate about politics, loved animals, and most importantly, was a faithful member of Trinity Lutheran Church. She joined the church in 1987 and was their organist from 1989 to 2013; she provided the music for countless church services, weddings, funerals, and other events. On top of this, she would play the organ at Zion Lutheran Church in Anderson every third Sunday for well over ten years.

She was preceded in death by her parents.
Cyndi is survived by her loving daughter, Katelyn Mousner who currently resides in Hokkaido, Japan; her son Zachary Mousner of California; her sister Deborah Hohmann of Salt Lake City, UT; her brother Christopher Hohmann and her sister-in-law, Erin, as well as their son Milo Hohmann of Salt Lake City, UT; mother-in-law Katherine Mousner of Bryan, TX; sister-in-law Lydia Mousner of College Station, TX; the father of her children, Richard Mousner, of Navasota, and many friends.

As an expression of sympathy, contributions may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church in Navasota, TX or to an animal welfare charity of your choice.


  1. My condolences to the Mousner family. Cyndi was a lovely lady with great compassion and a real heart for giving.

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God embrace you with his loving arms and hold you tight. Richard, take care of yourself and y’all’s children.

  3. To Ms. Lydia: I am deeply sorry for the loss of your sister-in-law. May God hold her in his arms and provide her with the love that he has. I know that she is watching over you and your in-laws. Our deepest sypamthies.

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