Cynthia Ann Hixson, age 67, passed away on March 5, 2019 in her home in Ralston, OK. She was born in Pawnee, OK on November 12, 1951 to Bill Grote and Sally Brown.
Cindy was a lover of the outdoors. She loved gardening, going to the beach, discovering rocks and driftwood at the river, and pretty much anything else that was outside. Cindy was also one of the most giving people you would ever meet. She never thought twice before helping someone out. She was always willing to take in a stray, whether it was an animal or a person. She offered anything she had to anyone or anything who needed it. Cindy was best known perhaps for her love of animals. It was nothing for her to have many dogs, cats, birds, fish, etc. At one time, she had 7 dogs, 3 cats, 2 birds, and fish. That is enough to make anyone crazy but not Cindy. She loved those animals and they loved her.
Cindy graduated from Ralston High School in 1971 and later in life she received her LPN and was a geriatric nurse for several years before marrying Clifford Hixson of Jennings, OK. After they were married, Cindy traveled all over with Clifford who worked as an inspector on the pipeline. She loved the opportunity to travel and see so many different places and always brought home souvenirs to remember each place she had gone.
Cindy is survived by her son Scott Brien, his wife Susan and their children Mariah and Kinsey of Stillwater, OK, daughter Shannon Brown, her husband Mike and daughter Tori of Tuttle, OK, daughter-in-law Bambi Weaver and daughters Jayden and Brylyn of Skedee, OK, mother Sally Brown of Edmond, OK, brother Price Brown of Oklahoma City, OK, sister Nikki Good of Edmond, OK and her four children, Danielle, Lexi, Jennifer and Rylan.
Cindy was preceded in death by her husband Clifford Hixson, son Ryan Weaver, daughter April Dawn Biggers, grandson Gage Killerlain, father Bill Grote and stepmother Gertie Grote, and stepfather W.C. (Dub) Brown.
Cindy will forever be remembered by her family and friends as a woman who never judged, always helped and forever loved. She will be greatly missed by all.