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Cindi (Stallions) Phelan
November 29, 1956 ~ November 28, 2023 (age 66) 66 Years Old
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Cindi Lynn Phelan, 66, of Red Oak, Texas, passed away on November 28, 2023.
She was born on November 29, 1956, in Palo Pinto County, Texas to the late Linda Lou and Jimmy Stallions. Cindi was the eldest of three siblings. In 1979, Cindi began a family of her own. She was a loving and devoted mother to her only son, Justin.
Cindi and her son moved from California to Missouri and eventually settled in Texas. Cindi then met Allen, her lifelong companion until his passing in 2006.
Cindi found solace in the simple pleasures of life. Baking was one of her many passions. She was well known for her bundt cakes, banana bread, and peanut butter cookies. All as sweet as her soul. Cindi also found merriment in her books. She loved making trips to the library. She would usually come out with ten books at a time and finish them all within a week. Cindi had her collection of books that grew as the years passed. She often expressed that these books meant the world to her. Even as the world seemed to get rid of everything paper, a book was priceless to her. Some other things she collected were dragon sculptures. Dragon sculptures decorated her home. Cindi also adored plants, candles, dancing, and old rock. Some of her favorite artists were Kid Rock, Carlos Santana, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Because of her lively spirit, her lifelong companion Allen gave her the nickname Hollywood.
Cindi was boundlessly positive and enthusiastic. She loved making people’s day. This would attest to why she enjoyed her time waitressing at Denny’s. Her fierce spirit touched the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing her. Cindi cherished spending quality time with her family and friends, sharing their joys, and offering unwavering support during challenging times. Cindi was most proud of being a grandmother. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were her life. Cindi wanted to spend as much time as she could with them.
Cindi will continue to be loved and cherished by all who knew her.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Linda Lou and Jimmy Stallions.
She is survived by her son Justin; mother of her grandchildren Melissa Vargas; grandchildren: Kristen (Kristabelle) and Steven (Stevie Ray) and wife Jasmin; great-grandchildren: Sevyn and Sofia; brothers: Rick and Jacob.