This memorial website was created in memory of Cyndi Bouldin. We will remember her forever. She is missed so very much.

Celebration of Life Service: 
May 30, 2019 at 1pm
The Summit Church
1605 Highway 125 
Rogersville, MO 65742
Family is encouraged to wear yellow and black, Cyndi's favorite colors. Clothing must be church appropriate.

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Cyndi Bouldin

 Cynthia (Cyndi) Ann Bouldin, 51 years old, was born on December 17, 1967, to Larry and Wanda (Ousley) Wallace in Mansfield, Missouri. Cyndi passed away from a blood clot in her home in Goodland, Kansas, on April 1, 2019. 

Cyndi loved her children and grandchildren with all her heart. She enjoyed every moment and memory she could make with her and family and friends. Most would say she would light up the most when she talked about her children and grandchildren because she loved them so much. She also loved her dogs and liked reptiles. Her favorite colors were yellow and black. She found a lot of pride in being able to make things herself and she enjoyed sewing. We will remember her forever. She is missed so very much.
Cyndi was preceded in death by her mother, Wanda Wallace, and her second husband, Stephen Bouldin. She is survived by her father, Larry Wallace; her siblings, Cecilia Wallace, Christina Wallace, Sabrina Wallace, Terry Wallace, Larry Wallace Jr., and Heath Wallace; her first husband, Dan Van Vleet and their loving children, Timothy Van Vleet, Letha (Jonathan) Dearing, and Shawn (Angela) Van Vleet. She is also survived by many loving grandchildren, Timothy jr Van Vleet, Chadd Van Vleet, Nevaeh Turner, Shelby Dearing, Savannah Dearing, Samuel Dearing, Solomon Dearing, Sage Dearing and Baya Van Vleet. 
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Shared by Sabrina Sapp on June 13, 2019

My sister. She was many things. She was sweet and kind. She was funny and she was love. She loved the color yellow and animals. She loved her kids and grand-kids, her friends and family. She loved in a way only few people can: unconditionally.

I saw her one time after we had had a little spat. I said to her "I thought you were mad at me". She said "You're my sister. I could never be mad at you". That is how she loved.

When I turned five she gave me a birthday card. It was cute, had a little mouse on it eating chocolate chip cookies. I don't know whatever happened to that card, but I do know that she never forgot one of my birthdays. Not one. That is how she loved.

As most people know, we came from a sort of divided family. A his, her, theirs situation. She came from his, I from theirs. This technically made us half sisters. But Cynthia didn't believe in technicalities. With a wave of her hand and in a way only she could, she would say, "oh, whatever". We were sisters and never once did she make me feel that divide. That is how she loved.

Now as I'm learning to live in a world without her I remember her smile, her laugh, but mostly, I remember her love. 

Shared by Steph Anderson on April 22, 2019

I love Cyndi so much she was a very precious friend of mine I thought of her as a sister almost as soon as I met her . She always loved her kids and grandkids and she just always showed me love and respect from the very beginning.... I will never forget her

Shared by Marsha Winslow on April 21, 2019

I will miss her she was my daughters second mom as I was her daughters. They would play for hours and spend the night or nights at each other houses. She had great sense of humor  and I don’t think I ever saw her with out a smile