Cynthia Gibler

Cynthia Gibler, 57, was granted her angel wings on July 12, 2012, with her family by her side in Lawrence, KS. She was born March 6, 1955, in Lawrence, KS, by the late Norman E. Gibler and Alice Wilma Faler. Cynthia is survived by her son, Don Marcus Gibler, daughter, Alison Nicole Fowler, ex-husband Donald L Fowler, and her precious grandchildren Quailin, Blake, Silas, Kaiyah, Taiya, Olivia, and many close friends.

Cynthia had touched the hearts of many people in a small way throughout her memorable life. Cynthia was surrounded by family and friends and was fortunate to be with them on her final days. Cynthia gave everyone she met courage and hope, and reminded us of the preciousness of life.

The services will be private.

Memorials may be left in her name at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, 601 Indiana, Lawrence, KS 66044.

Messages & Condolences

From Joyce Pipes...


I could’nt tell you how many time Cindy and Alley heard those words as they would see me sneaking in the front door…either Cindy or alley would reply “OH, IT’S JUST YOU!”
It brings tears to my eyes to think of never hearing Cindy say to me “NOW WHAT?”
One of the things i loved about Cindy is she would always laugh at my jokes! And not really cuz they were all that funny, probably thought they were more silly, but she really liked my effort! Alley too!
Cindy always had a way with words, you know…straight forward and to the point,and like it or not , she was saying what she felt! I will truely miss you cindy, thank you for always making me feel like part of your family.
You have touched my heart!

and to you Alley….your every bit of your mama and more! My door is always open to you, forever!

and to Marcus…..i look forward to meeting you again one day, i know how you must be hurting today and im so sorry…your mother loved you very much, she cherished every minute she had with your boys.

thank you for the many memories

From Sharon Fowler...

My sincere condolences to Alison,Marcus and the Gibler family.May Cindy RIP and rest in the arms of angels.Sharon & Christopher

From Tosha Smart...

Cindy was like another mother to me, Alison is my best friend. We will always miss and love you very much mom. I made you a promise in november when we had our talk. I will make sure alison becomes everything u wished for. Im the big sister so she has to do as I say 🙂 I will never forget all the times u made me laugh and the time you ease dropped on mine and alisons conversation at the hospital. We really didnt know you could understand us. What a surprise I got the next day when you answered the phone. I was so confused lol. Alison, you did a wonderful job taking care of your grandpa and your mother. Mom is very proud of you and always has been. Marcus, we love and miss you too, wish you could be here with us, but until then, pictures and phone calls will have to do. Love you all!!!

From Mary Jane Riley...

I miss you so much Mama…I will take care of Alison like I promised you I would. I love you and thinking of you always. You are now resting and no longer in pain…I love you

From Nancy Bagwell...

Cindy was a dear friend of mine and a former co-worker at Amarr Garage Doors. I have missed our visits every morning that her and i would sit together and chat every morning at the picnic tables. Cindy was a great friend to everyone she worked with. She will be missed by several. My prayers go out to all her family members. Just remember what a great mother, grandmother and sister she was. God be with you all!!

From Becky Calvert Tracy...

Cindy and I were best friends in grade school. We were together all the time. I had lost track of her and spoke to her a few years ago, and thoroughly enjoyed our phone conversation. I will miss her and always remember our good times when we were kids. God Bless her children and family.

From Judi Coffman McCartney...

Cindy was my cousin, her mother was my Grandmother Velmas sister, Cindy and I were best friends when we were kids, I will always love her and miss her. my condolences go out to her family.

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