Cynthia (Ann) Beck

Cynthia Beck
Cynthia Beck

Cynthia (Ann) Beck, 69 of Saginaw, TX entered the gates of Heaven on Wednesday, December 16, 2020.

A public visitation will be held from 6:00 – 7:00 P.M. on Monday, December 28, 2020, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home, 2800 Paramount Blvd. Funeral services will also be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, December 29, 2020, at the funeral home. If you wish to attend the funeral service virtually, please use the link below on the day of service. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors. A burial service will be directly following the service however, the immediate family asks that their wishes be respected to keep that service invitation only.

In order to keep the safety and wellbeing of the immediate family, due to Covid19 they are asking that guests wear a mask at all times, please don’t make any direct contact with them and maintain the 6-foot social distancing guidelines. The family will not have a receiving line at any time.

Ann was born October 18, 1951, to Horace and Betty Edwards in Bowie, TX. Ann married Elvis (Brad) Beck in August of 1999, and they spent 21 precious years together.  Ann attended many churches but found her final one at Eagle Mountain Church near Fort Worth, TX. Ann loved spending time with her children. They were her “greatest treasure”, visiting her twin sister “her pea pod”, and running around with her husband “he likes to get out”. She was a devoted daughter of Christ. She was kind-hearted and strong, carrying the weight of her family through prayer, daily. Her prayers were powerful yet tender. Ann was a faithful wife, mother, sister, and friend to many. Above all, Ann loved Jesus and continued to seek the Lord and remained devoted to her faith throughout her life. She will be greatly and dearly missed.

Ann was preceded in death by her parents, Horace and Betty Edwards and brother, Morris (Tim) Edwards.

Survivors include her husband, Brad Beck of their home in Saginaw; two sons, Keith Wilson of Saginaw, and Gregory Wilson of Saginaw; one daughter, Laurie Oppelt and husband John, of Castroville; one brother, Gary Edwards of Amarillo; one sister, Jann Giebler of Oklahoma City; three grandsons, Cayden Wilson, Danny Wilson, and Henry Oppelt.  Survivors also include a host of nieces and nephews and additional family and close friends.

To send flowers or plants in memory of Cynthia Ann Beck, visit Boxwell Brothers website, click on the obituary, and find a link there or you may have them delivered to Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home at 2800 Paramount Blvd. Amarillo, TX. 79109.

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12 Replies to “Cynthia (Ann) Beck”

  1. I will always be grateful for the strength Ann gave me when my husband and her brother Tim was so sick. She prayed many anointed prayers for him and for me. She had the heart of God and brought me so much comfort. I miss her sweet spirit every day.
    I know she is with her precious family and she being held by her loving heavenly daddy.

  2. Dearest Mama,
    You taught me a Mother’s love. You taught me how to Mom when I had no idea at all. You took me in when I felt my family left me. I thank you so so much. You were a Mimi to all of mine even when I went to a different relationship. You are and always will be my favorite most precious loving Mother figure in my life. Really sad not truly getting to say Goodbye But happy knowing where you are, You taught us all about Jesus and His Love everyday without fail! See you soon,
    Your Little Ally

  3. My heart aches for you. I miss my best friend. I miss my precious mommy and prayer partner. I still can’t believe this is happening. Your Christmas card from last year somehow made its way in front of me last night. Every where I look, there you are. I went to see you 2 times while you were sick. The first, I brushed your hair gently and prayed over you. The second was when you passed. The crown I got you was placed in your casket but the one you’re wearing now is no comparison. I’ll see you soon. I love you more. ~your little lamb

  4. Laurie, Keith, Greg
    I know your hearts are broken and you will be hurting for a long time.
    You have to go through the grief because you miss your Mom so terribly. But your great memories of her will take the place of those very sad days. I will be praying with you all through this time. Love ❤️

  5. Sissy, There’s an unbroken thread that is woven from love and it keeps family always together for nothing is as real as the moments we have shared…they live on in our memories forever. Holding on to that thread of love, our hearts are forever united. I love you my beautiful sissy, Your forever pea pod, Jann

  6. Laurie, Keith, Gregory
    So sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a wonderful lady. I know you all will miss her.

  7. My dear sweet moma, thank you for loving and praying me out of the the hands of death, and giving me the strength to live again. I miss you so much. Kiss papa and Grandma for me, tell all I love them. I love you so much and am honored to be your first born son.

  8. She left a beautiful legacy and lives on in her children, especially with her daughter, Laurie. God Bless the family and friends during this time of sorrow. May Covid end soon to the Glory of God.

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