Babbitt, Cynthia L.

April 5, 1957 - October 3, 2013

Born on April 5, 1957 in Worcester, MA and passed away on October 03, 2013 in Arlington, TX.  Cynthia worked for both UT Arlington and DSI.  She was preceded in death by her brother, Christopher L. Babbit in 1981.  Survived by her life partner, Denice Wong, and parents, Fred and Doris Babbitt.  Memorial will be held at 1 p.m. on November 16, 2013 at Cathedral  of Hope, 5910 Cedar Springs, Dallas, TX.

Extended obituary to come.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238
214.340.8008

7 replies on “Babbitt, Cynthia L.”

Crystal Hernandez says:

My prayers are with you, your family and friends. Though the time was short that I was able to sit and attend the meetings along side of Cynthia, I knew that she was someone with a wealth of knowledge and was someone who truely inspired me to continue working hard in the business we were in. I hope to someday have the wealth of knowledge she shared with me to have in our meetings. May she rest in peace.

Anonymous says:

although I only met Cynthia x2 I knew I had met a special person smart & knowledgeable lots to offer the world I still ask god why
may the soul rest now in peace

Grace says:

Cynthia knew how to be a great friend. She loved people and will be greatly missed by those who were fortunate enough to know her.

Jeanette says:

Cynthia will be missed. She was a very caring person and always very helpful. A true friend.

kristine says:

I will miss Cynthia greatly. She was a good friend as well as an expert in EH&S. My thoughts are with her loved ones.

Galen E. McCarty says:

I met Cynthia in 1988 in Fayetteville, Arkansas and was immediately enriched by her. She was a very powerful and enchanting presence and had a great influence upon my beliefs and knowledge of the spiritual and supernatural. Dark Artemis, Silver Owl will be with me forever, and for that, I am eternally grateful and completely humble. Although I had no more contact with her past a few years, today I find great sadness after finding of her passing.May your spirit continue in the unseen realm and your influence, tolerance, and teachings never be forgotten. Goddess be with you, Artemis.
Galen E. McCarty

Ernie mason says:

I miss her so much. She was my pal for several years. I keep thinking about you. Love you

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