Cynthia Anne Lucking

March 29, 1959 - April 8, 2021
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Cynthia Anne Lucking, 62, of Greenville, passed away at her home on Thursday, April 8, 2021, from respiratory failure. Born in Calgary Alberta, Canada on March 29, 1959, she was a daughter of the late Arthur and Margaret Lucking. After graduating from Wade Hampton High School in 1977, she began a long and successful careerContinue Reading

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Evelyn Garrett Mitchell left a message on April 26, 2021:
Cynthia's passing has really been tough. She was one of those happy-go-lucky gals we just assumed would always be here. Fly high sweet fun gal and know there is so much love for you.
Carolyn McCabe left a message on April 25, 2021:
Cynthia was our below neighbor in North Myrtle Beach. We called her trouble because we would forget everything except being together. We loved her so!
Terri and John Walter left a message on April 24, 2021:
Paula, George, Karen, Kenny, Vicki and family, John and I send our Condolences and prayers for you all. She was my sons crazy neighbor and my best friend thru some stormy times. I will miss her and happy John and I got to visit her after skiing on our way back to Mt Pleasant. RIP MISS CYN
Beverly L. Byrd left a message on April 24, 2021:
Cynthia is a great friend, of course I met her through SEM, she is one of my best friends, the world just feel so empty with out her. Cynthia was one of a kind, she was a friend that you always wanted, she made you laugh, she made you cry because you were laughing so hard. Roommates in Atlanta, Chicago froze our butts off, Precious Moments never laughed so hard at Duke. Cynthia could always come up with something, never a dull moment. She amazed me that she would get in the sink to put her mascara on. Cynthia, I know you have everyone in heaven cracking up, I'm sure you are like a Tinker Bell Angel. Paula, George, Karen, Kenny & Vicki and family I'm so sorry she gone, but she will always be in our hearts. I got to meet everyone through her, because she was very proud of her family. I love you, and I going to miss you, I will see you again, and remember you will not have gout any more. Love ya Cyn
Michael and Donna Minix left a message on April 23, 2021:
So many fond and lots of fun memories with Cynthia, she had a smile that would light up a room and the most contagious laugh, I'm so glad Michael and I got to talk to her a few weeks back,she will b deeply missed.,and to the Lucking family, we are keeping you close in thoughts and prayers, we love yall ❤
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Suzanne Grattan left a message on April 23, 2021:
Well I am in tears reading all of these wonderful heartfelt remembrances and tributes. Sending my love to the family.???
Teresa Thompson left a message on April 23, 2021:
Teresa Thompson I will never forget the time I met Cynthia and how she made a skinny African American teenager feel cared for and accepted in the early 80s. She was kind and sweet to me. Making me a part of her family as her sister Karen and her children did as well as Paula. The smile she had and when she laughed, you couldn't help but laugh too. She will be missed. RIP my beautiful kind sweet friend. You are now in the presence of God and your Mom, Dad and Michael. No more breathing problems just peace and love. My prayers go out to her sisters Karen and Paula and brother Ken as well as her nieces and nephews. Love y'all
Molly (Dilloway) Ludwig left a message on April 23, 2021:
Where to begin with all the memories of our families growing up. Our parents had great times with your parents, we as kids had so much fun. Reconnecting with you was such a joy, and will always keep you and your family close to our family memories. RIP sweet lady.
Clare Gillis left a message on April 23, 2021:
Cynthia never met a stranger! She always was warm and open to everyone! I knew her from the Forest Lake condo. She lived 2 units away from my Mom. While visiting our Mom one summer day, my sister, Mary, Mom and I locked ourselves out of my mom's condo. We had just come from the swimming pool and were hot and sweaty. Cynthia welcomed us into her home, contacted a locksmith friend that she knew (she knew everyone!!!) and got us back in that house in less than 40 minutes. From that day on we always went over to say hello when we came to visit our mom. When Mom moved to a retirement community and I bought the condo, my son Patrick moved in. She immediately made friends with him, too! Her friendly waves from her front porch will be missed. May The souls of the people departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. Lord bless her soul into heaven with Jesus and all the angels and saints. Amen
Caroline Hewett left a message on April 23, 2021:
Cynthia lived across the street from my in-laws in Mt. Pleasant for years. My father in law would take care of her cat when she traveled. She was so kind to them. Always excited to see us and our kids when we came to visit. Please know Cynthia touched a lot of lives. She will be missed. I am sorry for your loss. Caroline Hewett
Greg Goodlett left a message on April 23, 2021:
Cynthia had such a wonderful personality and a great sense of humor! She would light up a room with her laughter ! Condolences to all of the family.
Suzanne Hanson left a message on April 21, 2021:
Deepest sympathy to all of Cynthia's family and many friends. I was lucky enough to work with her at SEM for many years. She made exhausting days at Market easier with her beautiful smile, sense of humor and positive attitude. I missed her presence at Market and now miss her as a longtime friend. Rest in peace sweet Cynthia.
Kathy Engelmann left a message on April 21, 2021:
My thoughts and prayers to the Lucking family. I have fond childhood memories of playing with Cynthia when you lived on Brittany Dr. I also fondly remember your mom and dad from that time. I’m glad she’ll now be with your parents in Canada.
Melissa left a message on April 21, 2021:
I met Cynthia when I started working with SEM! She was the most kind, funny, and welcoming lady. She loved her family as she was always sharing pictures with all of us! I loved her friendship with Beverly. They always made me laugh! Cynthia was the best and the world will not be as bright without her. I am very sorry for your loss. I am better for knowing her and may God be with you all during this very sad time.
Joe Anderson left a message on April 21, 2021:
Cynthia was a stellar lady. I remember when I first met her 16 years ago or so at Southeast Marketing. She was the 1st to make me feel at home and remained a friend until she went to meet our lord. Cynthia may you be blessed. Until we meet again.
Pamela Edmonds left a message on April 20, 2021:
My beloved friend of 40 years. We shared so many laughs, tears, good and bad times and memories. Your thousand watt smile, your contagious laugh, your warped sense of humor and your always changing hair styles made you one of the most interesting and entertaining people to go through life with. You'll always have part of my heart and our cherished memories will keep me company til we meet again. Enjoy your new and beautiful wings as you watch over us and remind us to be kind to each other and live a good and meaningful life. Fly high my wonderful friend!
Molly Hannon Martin left a message on April 20, 2021:
For Karen and Paula, I love Cynthia! She was a delight to work with and I am so very sorry for your loss and our loss. I am glad I had gone to see her recently at work and she was planning a trip up the the mountains to spend a couple of days with us. I pray God is comforting you all as you grieve this sad loss. She will never be forgotten. God Bless you all.
Greg Pelfrey left a message on April 20, 2021:
My sincerest condolences to the family and friends during this most difficult of times! Praying God gives comfort to the family and everyone that knew Cynthia.
Libby Jollie left a message on April 20, 2021:
Cynthia was a joy to be around. Her laugh was wonderful and contagious. Our thoughts are with her family during this sad time.
Stan Egan left a message on April 20, 2021:
Always a smile, followed by the warm genuine gift of gab; Cynthia had the kindness, the wit and the stories that will be missed by all. Growing up with you was a pleasure and much fun. RIP my friend!
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Glenn Cash left a message on April 20, 2021:
I am so sorry to hear about Cynthia’s passing. She was one of the first people I met when I moved to Greenville when I was 9-10 years old. Lifelong friend and she will be missed!
Trine Harkins left a message on April 19, 2021:
I was lucky to have spent some fun times with Cynthia and other "back in the day". She was always kind and funny and what a marvelous smile! Hugs to Ken and Vicki at this time and the rest of her family. Hold your memories close. With deepest sorrow in this time. Trine
Deb Perdue left a message on April 19, 2021:
I love you my sweet friend, buddy and pal. I will miss your sweet late night calls and giggling. We go back to little girls when Art worked for dad at Cryovac. Our love goes out to all of the Lucking family. Keep us posted on arrangements for Cynthia. Love you all that includes mom and dad. Dad and Cynthia are up there together celebrating.
Mickey Eisenhauer left a message on April 19, 2021:
Our condolences to Kenny and Her Family. May Her love always be with y'all.
Karen Moyd left a message on April 19, 2021:
Dear sweet Cynthia, you are a life long friend from elementary school to present. We will miss you and your generous love and smiles. We are so very saddened. Fly high!
Billy & Ann Poole left a message on April 19, 2021:
We will miss that smile that could light up a room! So glad we got to celebrate your birthday with you awhile back at your party. You were the life of every get together! Will save a seat for you at the next Supper Club. Rest In Peace sweet lady!
Janice Kieny left a message on April 19, 2021:
I will always remember Cynthia with love and happiness. We shared so many good times; memories that I will cherish forever! Take care and God Bless!
Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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