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memorial page for
Cynthia A. Blueford
June 24, 1959
~ July 21, 2021
Cynthia A. Blueford was born in Sacramento, California on June 24, 1959 to Clara Blueford and Ocie Blueford Jr. Unfortunately, Cynthia entered eternal rest on July 21, 2021 at her home in Long Branch, NJ.
Cynthia attended the Long Branch Public School System and later advanced to the nursing field caring for others. She was always the "life of the party" and was well known for bartending at various local bars, especially "Off Broadway Lounge." Many people called her "Ms. Cynt" or "Soul Train Cynt." Ultimately settling at "The Ocean Place Resort" as a banquet server. She not only loved her job but her work family as well.
She was a faithful member of Trinity AME Church. She served as a member of the Sojourner Truth WMS, Van Driver, Trinity Finance Committee, Co-chairperson for Trinity Family and Friend's Day and a member of the Culinary Committee. Cynthia was always willing and ready to help and she supported Trinity's many projects. She loved to cook and often delivered meals to not only Trinity Seniors but to seniors in the community as well.
She is predeceased by her father Ocie Blueford Jr., her stepfather Willie Jenkins and her grandmother Minnie Lee Dismuke.
She leaves to cherish her memory her mother Clara Blueford of Long Branch, NJ and her 4 children: her one and only son Benny L. Blueford, Natasha M. Blueford, Tiffany N. Burton and son-in-law William Burton, and Andrea J. Williams; five siblings: Karen Blueford of Bakersfield, CA, Myron Blueford of Bound Brook, NJ, Teshara Evans and brother-in-law Donald Evans of Long Branch, NJ, Lannette Blueford of Long Branch, NJ, and Chanta Blueford of Long Branch, NJ; one goddaughter, Domiqua Hickson, Eatontown, NJ; she also had 21 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. In addition, she leaves cousins, nieces and nephews who she loved dearly and a lifetime of friends.
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You will forever be remembered and missed by loved ones. I know I never forgot you. Til this day I still make Mac and cheese just how you showed me. May you Rest In Peace.
Chamary Lemus and Family
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