Cynthia Marie Minott was born to the union of Arthetta Minott and Samuel Minott in Kingston, Jamaica on November 16th 1954
Cynthia received her formal education at Toledo Public Schools. She graduated from Scott High School. She was a true BullDog.
Cynthia accepted Jesus as her savior at an early age. She attended Warren AME Church in Toledo, OH.
Cynthia loved driving semi trucks with her late husband Theodis. She also worked with various Agencies while fostering her displaced nieces and nephews. Cynthia retired early to be a stay at home mother to her children as well as taking on the role of a Foster Parent and wife to her husband.
Cynthia Marie Minott departed this life on Monday September 9, 2019 at 6:00 am at Promedica Ebeid Hospice Residence in Sylvania, OH. She was proceeded in death by her Father Samuel Minott, Her mother Arthetta Minott, Her Son Louis Hill JR., Her Granddaughter Cynthia Allen, Her Husband Theodis Townsend, Her Special Niece Latrisha Lawson, Her Aunt Lessie Gant and Viola Nichols, Her Grandparents, Friends Juanita Wilder and Minnie Downing, and God Daughter Jennifer Wright.
Cynthia leaves to cherish her loving memories her two Daughters Spring (Jeff) Townsend of Dallas, TX, Starsha (Eric) Townsend of Browndeer, WI, 5 brothers, Stanley Lewis of Milwaukee, WI, Stewart Lewis of Toledo, OH, Leroy, Carl and Bobby all of Jamaica, 4 Sisters Ellen James of FT. Lauderdale, FL, Shelia Hague of North Carolina, Velma and Patricia Minott of London, England, Grandchildren Zouriana, Louis, Zionyana, Zachariah, Maurice, Jai'Cion, Za'Riah, and Za'Reon.
Special Nieces and nephew's Trish, Brena, Sherry, Lashawn, Shawndrika, Charleena, Country Ed, Marcus, and Eric Moody. Special Friends Carolyn Williams, Tina and Pedro Ortega, Amy Corlett, Tony Lazarus and Bert. Special Daughters and Sons sent from God Raven, Bri'Ana, ShaCora, Alicia, Marthan, Apples, Shay, Camille, and Addy, Mac C, Hill, Dontae, Smoke, Ed, Big Ed. Step Son Christopher Townsend. Her entire Milwaukee and Detroit Family and a host of other nieces, nephews, and relatives.