Cynthia Diane Evans

Cynthia Diane Evans
07/20/1948 - 
 Cindy Evans, 75, of Weiser, Idaho passed away peacefully Sunday, March 31, 2024. 
 Cindy was born July 20, 1948 in Coalinga, Calif., the third daughter to Jean (Wagener) and Carl Brooks. 
 She welcomed her first three children in the mid 1960s and by 1975 they moved to Caldwell, Idaho.
 In 1982 she married the love of her life, Lynn Evans. With this blessed union came three more children, to whom she loved as her own. After settling in Meridian, they owned and operated a mechanic shop.  
 Cindy enjoyed a variety of careers; a bookkeeper for mining and construction supply companies, a cashier at the general store in Yellowpine, and local papers, Argus Observer and Record Reporter, to name a few. After settling in Weiser she worked alongside her husband as the office manager for their mechanic company, Lynn’s Mobile Service. 
 Her passions included traveling, history, old books, gardening, gatherings, antiques, and car racing. Many of the antiques she collected over the years adorned their home and told the story of love, family, travel, history, and time. 
 She enjoyed hosting barbecues and holiday festivities; Christmas was her favorite time of year. Her gifts were always thoughtful and tailored; she was the perfect gift giver! 
 She loved her family fiercely, had timeless wisdom and class; always composed and full of grace. She had open arms and an open heart, all who knew her…loved her! She leaves behind a legacy unmatched and will live on in our hearts and memories of days gone by. 
 She is survived by her siblings Dave (Patti) Brooks of Oregon and Traci (Kevin) Clay of California; children Gina Randall, Stephen White, Ron (Shelli) White, and Steven (Gae) Evans; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, a great-great-grandchild, and numerous nieces and nephews. 
 She was preceded in death by her parents Carl and Jean Brooks, sisters Barbara and Norma, children Michael and Dean Evans and her husband, Lynn Evans. 
 Services are under the direction of Lienkaemper-Thomason Funeral Chapel and will be held Saturday, April 13 at 4 p.m. with a banquet to follow. 


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