Cinda “Cindy” Lou Meeks

Farmington – Cinda “Cindy” Lou Meeks, 74, of Farmington, passed away at 5:40 AM on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at her home surrounded by her loved ones. She was born on March 13, 1944 in Canton, IL to Maynard and Hazel (Dikeman) Kimbrell. She married Eddie Meeks on October 16, 1965 at Farmington United Methodist Church, he survives.

Also surviving are two children, Kathy (Jeff) McVey of Farmington and Kevin (Tammy) Meeks of Farmington; four grandchildren, Kristina and Melissa McVey and Tiffany and Brittany Meeks; and two nephews, Bobby and Mike Gilstrap.

Cindy was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Dixie Gilstrap.

Cindy was a hairdresser out of her home for twenty plus years. She was a member of Farmington United Methodist Church and was an avid Elvis fan. Family, friends, and her animals were the most important things in her life.

Services will be held at 2 PM on Monday, April 16, 2018 at Farmington United Methodist Church. Rev. Walter Carlson will officiate. Burial will follow at Oakridge Cemetery in Farmington, IL. A visitation will be held from 5-7 PM on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at Anderson-Sedgwick Funeral Home in Farmington. Memorials can be made to Farmington United Methodist Church or Fulton County Humane Society. To view Cindy’s DVD or to make online condolences you may go to www.sedgwickfuneralhomes.com

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4 Responses to Cinda “Cindy” Lou Meeks

  1. Sharon Mondino says:

    Cindy has been my friend for over 60 years, she was fun, and a loving friend, she loved Elvis and her friends and she’ll be truly missed by all who knew her, so glad she was in my life. Sharon Mondino

  2. D. Downey says:

    Our sincere condolences – may your memories give you peace and comfort.

    D. Downey & family

  3. Jeanne Flaherty says:

    Cindy was special and loved by all of us for her humor, her love of rock and roll and for contributing to all. She always opened her heart, her parents home, her sister Dixie and Bobs home. To us 12 mischievous “wild indians “wearing Daniel Boone racoon hats, then Micky Mouse. Music and dance and fun surrounded Cindy with her grandma , a piano player. Cindy was an example in courage as she walked through her later years. The last time I saw her last fall at the class renion she just pointed and laughed with glee at some of our high school antics. God bless Cindy and her family. Jeanne Tooti Toohill Flaherty

  4. Jeanne Flaherty says:

    cindy was loved by all. Cindy grew up with song and dance through her Grandmother. Cindy played the clarinet. She was a leader of rock and roll and Elvis . All of have fond memories of playing at Cindy’s . Her parents opened up their home and hearts to 12 of us wild Indians. Her sister Dixie and Bob also opened their home to us. She had courage in her later life and braved some tough times with good cheer. An example of courage when life gets tough. God bless her whole family. Jeanne Tooti Toohill Flaherty

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