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Cynthian Stivers Turvey

June 17, 1929 - October 9, 2016

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Cynthian Stivers
17 June 1929 to 8 Oct 2016
Cynthian Stivers was born on 17 June 1929 in Shelby County, Kentucky to Alonzo Stivers and Lou Nettie Gordon. Her mother passed away in 1930 and she was raised by her Aunt, Mrs James Crump. Cynthian graduated from New Castle Kentucky High School in June 1948. She married William Carl Hieatt on 30 Dec 1948. Her 1st son Allen Carl Hieatt, followed by her 2nd Son, David Carl Hieatt followed by her 3rd son James Jewell Hieatt and her 4th child and only daughter, Cindy Hieatt....

Cynthian Stivers
17 June 1929 to 8 Oct 2016
Cynthian Stivers was born on 17 June 1929 in Shelby County, Kentucky to Alonzo Stivers and Lou Nettie Gordon. Her mother passed away in 1930 and she was raised by her Aunt, Mrs James Crump. Cynthian graduated from New Castle Kentucky High School in June 1948. She married William Carl Hieatt on 30 Dec 1948. Her 1st son Allen Carl Hieatt, followed by her 2nd Son, David Carl Hieatt followed by her 3rd son James Jewell Hieatt and her 4th child and only daughter, Cindy Hieatt.
She is survived by her son Allen Carl Hieatt and his wife Shelly, along with their two children Amy and Arron Hieatt. Her 2nd son David Carl Hieatt and his wife Katy Posas and their 4 children, Darrell Hieatt and his wife Kathy, Bree Hieatt and her three children Mina, Diego and Armond, Jason Hieatt and his wife Robin with their two girls Ariel and Lila, and Kathrine de La Torre and her husband Sean and their child Gavin. Her third son James Jewel Hieatt and his wife Dee along with his six children from previous marriages, Billy, Mandy, Jimmy, Zachary, Austin and Kaitlin. Her daughter Cindy and her husband Paul and their two children Paul and Christine.
Her favorite pass time was painting, which she did her whole life. The following poem was written by Katy Posas Hieatt's mother about Cynthian.

THE ARTIST (C. STIVERS)
I see a manuscript on canvas
The paints chosen with care
The soul the artist
Lovingly placed it there

With every stroke of the brush
No matter the hue
Master piece of love
God given to the few

Lo a finished painting
With another one in the heart
Sprinkled rainbows of ideas
To art lovers impart
And on some tomorrow
Canvas and paints put aside
The gifts from the artist
Treasures forever will abide

This poem was written about you. Bless you for sharing your talent with others like myself.
Love Phillis Gloria Posas 12/22/08