Cynthia Jean May Antoun, 60, of Little Rock returned to her Heavenly home on Wednesday, September 21, 2016. She was the daughter of Alfred and Nancy May (Howard), born on August 26, 1956. Her devotion to her family and her firm belief in God led her to her final haven. She is preceded in death by her brother Dale May. She is survived by her parents; husband, Albert Antoun; daughter, Tiffany Teal (Daniel); son, Richard Teal (Alexis); daughter, Nancy Larsen (Justin); son, Norman Antoun (Ashley); daughter, Rebekah Antoun (Justin); and six grandchildren.
Cindy and Albert built a strong foundation based on love that their children will be able to continue building on. Cindy cherished being a wife, mother and grandmother. She joyfully put everyone’s needs before her own. Her selfless devotion to her family was her number one priority. She was passionate about her church, her work and her community. She was motivated by her faith in Christ. When faced with adversity, she never gave up. When hope was lost she was always there to light the way, while never taking credit for it and giving all glory to God.
Together, Cindy and Albert’s home was always open to everyone. Anyone who came was met with a warm welcome and extended an invitation to return. Fond memories were created around the kitchen table and many laughs were shared. When leaving, you always had a full belly and a full heart. Although Cindy is gone, the door will always remain open.
A memorial service will be held on Sunday, September 25th at 4:30pm at Primrose United Methodist Church located at 3006 West Dixon Road, Little Rock, AR 72206. Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400
In lieu of flowers, we ask that family and friends make donations to the Primrose United Methodist Church.
I pray that you find strength in this hard moments may you know God is with you
Prayers for the family.
Deepest sympathy. Praying for your family.
Prayers and thoughts for you and your family.
My prayers are with you and your family
So sorry for your loss, prayers for the family through this difficult time and the days after. God bless !
Thank you for your the welcome into the family. I will never forget you. I love you so much. You are always in my thoughts.
Condolences to Cindy’s family. She was a wonderful, inspiring woman.
My Condolences, may God continue to give you strength during this difficult time. God specializes.
Tiffany and Rich I am so sorry for your loss. I pray for strength for your family during this time of loss.
She was always amazing and outgoing, never failed to make me feel like for the moments we talked I was the most important person near her. Her love of God and love of family shined through in everything she did. I am truly honored to have known her. My heart breaks for your family, even as I try to help celebrate her home. May the grace of God comfort you in this time of transition, may peace ever be with you, and may your hearts always overflow with wonderful and loving stories.
It was so nice to meet this family and you guys always remember that your mother loves each and everyone of you. I pray that God gives you all the comfort you need and I will continue to pray for you all daily. My love and sympathy goes out to you all.
She was a calm in the storm of everyday life during my 8 years at Rockefelker. God bless you my friend may you rest in peace leaving wonderful memories to sustain your loving family.
Norman, Albert, and family,
My deepest heartfelt condolences go out to you.
I have such fond memories of Cynthia, even though we only saw each other occasionally after Jonathan and Norman left Rockefeller Elementary. Cynthia’s welcoming hugs were warm and her beautiful smile was a light into her soul.
May your hearts be comforted by the hope of the return of her and our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Cindy was a precious lady. She was very warm and welcoming at Rockefeller. My thoughts and prayers to her family.