Cynthia F. Parsons-Chubb

Cynthia Parsons-Chubb (Johanning) passed away peacefully on Friday, October 1, 2021, at LMH Health. Cindy was born on February 8, 1929, in Lawrence. She grew up on a farm outside of Baldwin City. 
Cindy was predeceased by her parents, Henry and Selma Johanning, sister Mildred, husband of 48 years, Lewis Parsons, husband of 11 years Gene Chubb. Cindy will be lovingly remembered by son Brad Parsons, and daughter, Melinda Hoover. She had six grandchildren, Heidi Chestnut, Lauren Ostrow, Jamilee Grammer, Jacob Hoover, Jordan Parsons, and Reiss Parsons. She also had eleven great-grandchildren. 
Cindy attended school at Marion Springs Elementary School and graduated Baldwin City High School. She graduated from Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia in 1951. 

Cindy was happiest when she was spending time with her family. It gave her great joy to help others and serve the Lord as a long time member of First United Methodist Church of Lawrence and St John’s United Church of Christ rural Baldwin City. 
Funeral service will be held at 2pm, on Saturday, October 16, at St John’s United Church of Christ, 396 E 900th Rd, Baldwin City. (59 Hwy to 56 Hwy West to 900th Rd North 1 mile) The family will receive friends at 1pm before the funeral at the church. Internment will follow at the Church Cemetery. Cindy’s family invites you to join them after the service to celebrate her life and share memories at 4pm. at her son Brad’s home.

The family suggests memorials to Family Promise Of Lawrence Inc, in care of Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, PO Box 1260, Lawrence KS 66044.

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Messages & Condolences

From Katrina Stowsy...

Brad, Melinda and your families, our love and prayers are with you. Cindy was a lovely lady. She lived with kindness and love. She always looked at the bright side. We were privileged to have her in or lives. Love, Tina and Jim Stoway

From Sue VanZuiden...

Brad and Melinda & family,
I was lucky enough to spend a we bit of time with Cindy just this year! She was a very special lady. I am so sorry for your loss and hope you find peace in your memories. ❤️

From Mark McCarthy...

My condolences to you and your family.

From Martha (Jean) O’Toole...

o Brad and Melinda

I have many fond memories of Cindy and your family. We spent many hours of watching sports, socialing and just good times. I am sorry of your loss and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

From Sheri flory...

Dear Brad, Melinda & families,
Paul and I extend our heartfelt condolences, and pray that God will comfort you. Cynthia was a great lady. We always learned a bit of family history and stories of her childhood from our chats with Cynthia. Brad, we will forever cherish the memorable short visits with your Mom when you stopped by the farm. Sending our love, Paul & Sheri Flory

From Sue Davis McDaniel...

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Hugs and prayers to all of you.

From Mary P. Ross...

Brad, Melinda and families,
Cindy was a sweet lady and a good friend to our family. Our condolences. Mary Nunemaker Ross

From Phil Hodson...

She was Mrs. Parsons when I was around her . Always smiling and just a very nice person . She was a special lady . Condolences to Brad and the family .

From Mary Margaret Rowen...

I always enjoyed Cindy. She’ll be missed by those who knew her at FUMC.

From Ron Jehle...

To Brad,Melinda and your families.
Our deepest sympathies in the loss of your mother. Cynthia was family and a good friend and were honored to have time with her. Hold on to the many memories during this time. Love to you, Ron and Linda Jehle.

From Kent Taylor...

Our sincere condolences to your family in this time of loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Fern Nettleton and Kent Taylor (son)

From Dolores Palmer...

Dear Brad, Melinda and families. My sympathy and love to all of you. I hope someone can bring me to the visitation and/or service. You are like extended family after all those years of living next door. Hope to see you soon. Love and Peace, Dolores

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