Cynthia Lu “Cindy” (Chapman) Eurey
Cynthia Lu “Cindy” (Chapman) Eurey, sometimes affectionately called “Cindy Lu,” was surrounded by her three children, Tia, Kelli, and Israel as she transitioned to be with her Savior on May 4, 2022.
Cindy was born on June 28, 1954, to David and Wilma Chapman of Taylorsville. She adored her parents and her six siblings and was incredibly proud to be a part of the Chapman Family.
Cindy was “mom” to so many children. She managed two restaurants in Taylorsville, where she employed and loved so many students and community members. Later in life, she also managed Lowes Hardware in Hickory for several years until her retirement.
Cindy was such an amazing friend and mother. She put thought and loving detail into everything she did for others. Her love language was gift-giving and card writing. Christmas decorations and celebrations gave her joy. She loved creating sentimental gifts or notes and cards of encouragement and love for her children, grandchildren, and friends. She loved flowers, birds, and nature. She was an avid reader of historical fiction and enjoyed visiting the library or picking up vintage books at antique stores.
Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister, Pat; her infant twin grandsons, Ryan and Dillon Glisan; and infant grandchild, Baby Barnes.
Those left to cherish the memories of Cindy include her husband, Tommy Eurey; her mother-in-law, Patsy Eurey; her daughters, Tia Barnes and Kelli Glisan; a son, Israel Fox; sons-in-law, Tim Glisan and Kevin Barnes; the father of her children, Allen Fox; four sisters, Sina Brown, Betty Petree, Sue Mayes, and JoEtta Galliher; a brother, Bill Chapman; three grandchildren, Analese, Elijah, and Elena; and a great-grandchild, Boone.
A celebration of life will be held at Westside Baptist Church at 408 W Carpenter St, Maiden, NC 28650 on Saturday, May 7, at 4 p.m. Pastor Bud Painter will be officiating.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the March of Dimes.
So sorry to hear about Cindy. She will surely be missed. Our prayers to you all.
Cindy was a good lady.. I enjoyed working with her at Lowe’s. She wanted only to do the best.