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Cynthia Sue Morris (Warner), age 75


Cynthia Sue Morris (Warner), 75, of Austin, died Sunday, February, 25, 2024. She was born March 6, 1948, in Gridley, Kansas to the late Anna and Howard Warner.

Cindi is survived by two children, Corina Rogers and Brian (Andrea) Rogers; three grandchildren, Crystal Herrington, Annie (Kevin) Tweed and Jillian Rogers; six great-grandchildren, Torrie Herrington, Layla Herrington, Skylar Bayless, Phoenix Herrington Oliver Rogers and Scarlet Tweed; and four siblings Gwen (Tom) Miller, Don (Becky) Warner, RoiAnne (Scotty) Broome and Kevin (Gloria) Warner as well as many extended family members and friends. Cindi was preceded in death by her three siblings, Andy, Eddie and Beth Warner.

Cindi loved children, raising many of her grandchildren as her own. She was an avid cook, always making chili on the grill. She was a hard worker, always providing for her family and loved ones. She had a green thumb, planting various flowers and vegetables in her yard — gladiolus and orchids being her favorite. She was a God-fearing Christian who approached everyone she met with love; She attended Austin Station Baptist Church. Even in her sickness, Cindi was strong and determined.

Memorial services have yet to be announced.

Arrangements by A Natural State Funeral Service 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400. Online guestbook available at



  • Corina Rogers Posted February 29, 2024 6:00 PM

    I love you momma ❤️💞 miss you so much

  • Carter Herrington Posted February 29, 2024 6:35 PM

    She definitely was a strong woman and she had a good heart I know this from experience because Cindi gave me refuge and help at a difficult time in my life and I love her because of it

  • Crystal Herrington Posted March 2, 2024 9:21 AM

    I love you and miss you grandma

  • Brian Rogers Posted March 2, 2024 9:37 AM

    Mom will forever be with me due to her love and kindness towards me and others. She gave me a positive outlook in life and I wish I could have been around her forever.

  • Mikki Underwood Posted March 2, 2024 9:58 AM

    Aunt Cindy gave soooooo much love to everyone and always accepted everyone as they were❤️ i know God and Jesus are taking care of you now and Im sure there’s Mexican food in Heaven just for you.

  • Tom Miller Posted March 2, 2024 10:03 AM

    Cindy was a good soul! She was a kind and loving person. Rest in Peace.

  • Mikki underwood Posted March 2, 2024 10:12 AM

    We loved everything about you Aunt Cindy ❤️ love Mikki & Rikki

  • Aunt Gwen Posted March 2, 2024 10:21 AM

    I remember when your Mother was born and given such a beautiful name. I was so jealous because I always thought my name was so old fashioned! I loved her from the moment I first saw her. I always thought she was so pretty. I look forward to spending eternity with her in Heaven .

  • Soni Byard Posted March 2, 2024 10:26 AM

    Aunt Cindi what do I say about what you meant to me? Here goes. So many fond memories of visiting you. You were an awesome cook(even got me to eat sauerkraut with pork chops). You always were laughing and loved well. I remember the time you spanned me when I was a grown woman. I probably deserved it. You took in your four great grandchildren and raised them for quite awhile. You had such a huge heart. I will forever cherish you through the memories and pictures I have.

  • Robin Posted March 2, 2024 10:47 AM

    My Aunt Cindi has always held a special place in my heart. She has a devoted family that loved her very much and took care of her according to her wishes. I will forever miss her love and her laugh.

  • Donald Warner Posted March 3, 2024 7:48 AM

    I will miss my sister. She had a tough life.

  • Jennifer Blair Posted March 3, 2024 10:14 AM

    Love you forever aunt Cindy. You were always so kind and loving to everyone. You will be in my heart forever. Praying for all my sweet cousins to have peace and feel God close during this time.

    Jeni (Warner) Blair

    • Rebecca Fritz (Warner) Posted March 20, 2024 4:41 PM

      Aunt Cindy, I will miss you dearly but I know you feel much better now and with Family you haven’t seen for awhile.
      I will always remember your beautiful and infectious laughter. I always remember you as a smiling, laughing, caring, fun Aunt. I still have and will always cherish the pictures you brought me in my young years as a child when we visited and stayed with you in Arkansas. You are a good soul and will be always treasured and missed.

  • Scotty and Aunt Ran Broome Posted March 3, 2024 3:54 PM

    With All our love and will miss you my dear sister💕

  • Bonnie Swank Posted March 6, 2024 12:06 AM

    How fast does time go?? Seems like just few years ago my family ( Uncle Glen and Aunt Evelyn) lived in Turon and your family lived in Arlington and on Sunday after church we would get together!! Family was so important ! I have seriously thought about you many times and when I seen Aunt Anne always asked about you! Rest In Peace sweet cousin and God bless your good heart!

  • Torrie Posted March 6, 2024 9:37 PM

    Happy birthday, Gigi <3

  • Lois Winn Posted March 7, 2024 7:33 AM


  • Audie Taylor Posted March 15, 2024 7:16 PM

    Cindi has been a friend to me for many years. I will miss her. She treated me like family. I’m wish she was still here

    • Rebecca Fritz-Wise Posted March 20, 2024 6:37 PM

      Aunt Cindy you will truly be missed. I will forever remember your warm and inviting smile, your lovely giggle and infectious laugh. I will cherish all my memories and visits in Arkansas with you and your family. Love you forever

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