Cynthia Gail Roberson

Published 8:40 am Thursday, June 6, 2024

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Cynthia Gail Roberson, 60, of Mocksville, passed away unexpectedly Friday, May 31, 2024 and her family is profoundly saddened by her sudden death.

She was born April 14, 1964 in Forsyth County to Carl Fred and Brenda Gail Burton Roberson. Cindy graduated from Davie County High School in 1982. She spent many years as the head cheerleading coach with the Mocksville Cowboys where Brandi was the mascot for a few years and being a proud “mama” cheerleader in the stands while Josh played travel baseball. Cindy was employed by Williams and Sonoma as a retail trade specialist. She was an active member of Ijames Baptist Church where she enjoyed singing in the choir, leading children’s time, and playing the chimes. To see Cindy was to experience her infectious smile and her kind, generous nature. Her smile was so stunning it would light up the whole room. She loved to cook (baked spaghetti and chicken stew were her specialties for her children), bake, read her Bible daily, and spend time with Lacey, her dog. Cindy had a passion for her Christian faith, butterflies, flowers, and mostly her immense dedication and unconditional love for her family. She was fiercely loyal and supportive of her two children by being present and involved in all of their endeavors. This includes being “Mama OG” to Josh (professional gamer/streamer – Josh OG), and Brandi’s partner in decorating, party planning, love for flowers, and enjoying all things mother/daughter, like best friends do. Cindy’s greatest joy and blessing was being Grandmama to her three grandchildren, Madison “Butterfly”, Mason “Peanut”, and Jax “Doodlebug.” She always looked forward to her FaceTime calls with each of them, enjoyed surprising them with treats from Amazon, bringing Madison and Mason strawberry sprinkled donuts weekly, and always made an effort to make each of them feel special. Christmas was her favorite holiday; she loved seeing the Christmas magic and sharing the birth of Christ.

She will be forever missed!

Cindy was preceded in death by: maternal grandparents, James “Willie” and Sadie Burton; paternal grandparents, Holland and Elizabeth Chaffin; and several aunts and uncles.

Survivors include: her parents of Mocksville; children, Brandi Drye (Andy) and Josh Beaver (Josie); brother, Carl Roberson II (Melissa); grandchildren, Madison Drye, Mason Drye, and Jax Beaver; niece, Chloe Roberson; and K-9 companion, Lacey.

A celebration of Cindy’s life will be held at 2 p.m., Monday, June 10 at Fork Baptist Church with Rev. Billy Jarrett and Rev. Robert Garrett officiating. The family invites friends to visit with them from 6-8 p.m., Sunday, June 9 at Lambert Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, please consider memorials to a scholarship fund set up for the benefit of her grandchildren at:

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