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CINDY WILLIAMS TOMBERLIN YATES EGGERS ROBERTSON

Well, if you are reading this and have got all dressed up, then I can assume you already know that I am not here. Don’t mourn for me, for I am now in no more pain. I am walking on these streets of gold now, walking hand in hand with Jesus.
I lived a good life. I was blessed to have been touched by so many lives over the years. I loved my two girls with all my heart. My one daughter, Jessica, took on role of my caregiver, nurse and was the best daughter God could have ever given me. I was so proud of her and all of my grandchildren. Don’t cry for me. Laugh and Smile and Bring Joy to those around you. If I can leave you with a few last words of wisdom: Treat everyone as you would want to be treated. Love as if it is your last day. Life is too short to be miserable, so make yourself happy. They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel. To teach is to touch lives forever.
Until we meet again,
Cindy Williams Tomberlin Yates Eggers Robertson

Cindy Williams Tomberlin Yates Eggers Robertson, age 75, of Mountain City, Tennessee passed away on Saturday, July 11, 2015 surrounded by family. She was born on July 1, 1940 to the late Sammie and Lonnie Honeycutt Williams.
Cindy taught school in Washington County, NC and Johnson County for over 40 years. She always enjoyed ‘antiquing’ and following her retirement you could find Cindy buying, selling, trading, bartering, re-finishing and anything else that had to do with antiques. She also loved flowers and during the Spring and Summer months, you would find her home, inside and out, blooming with colors. Cindy lived life to the fullest and with a sense of humor. She did not take anything or anyone for granted.
Cindy is survived by her daughters: Jessica Yates Roberts and Cynthia Diane Davis; grandchildren: Heather N. Roberts, Justin B. Roberts and Amanda N. Davis: sisters: Bernice Fox, Wilma Fisher and Betty Alice; nieces and nephews: Stacey Ray Honeycutt and husband Curtis and their son, Bradley Ray; Russell Ray and his daughters Sarah Ray and Kirsten Lachella Payne, Curtis Ray and daughters, Emily Ray and Courtney Ray, Jason Ray, Autumn Laws, Larry Dean Williams, and Tammy Williams Harlos, and many, many special friends.
The family receive friends from 5-6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at the Mountain City Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Service followed at 6:30 p.m. with Pastor Randy Hensley officiating.
Graveside Service and Interment followed at the Reece Memorial Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eddy Phillips, Kevin Phillips, Richard Watson, Keith Gwinn and David Bunting.
Jessica would like to express her appreciation and gratitude to Tawana Jennings, Carolyn Collins Sisk Atwell, Teresa Martin, Patti Anderson Barry, Amy Barnett, Mike Byrd, Caitlin Cherry, Brittany Wilson, and Samuel ‘Sambo’ Hickman, for all of their loving care, kindness and support during the last several weeks.
The family also received friends at Cindy’s home located at 234 N. Shady Street, Mountain City, TN on Tuesday evening, following the graveside service.
Condolences may be sent to the family through our website at www.mountaincityfh.com.
The family of Cindy Williams Tomberlin Yates Eggers Robertson has entrusted her services to Mountain City Funeral Home, 224 S. Church Street, Mountain City, TN 37683.