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Cynthia 'Cindy' Nicholls

December 17, 1954 — January 26, 2020

Evanston

Cynthia 'Cindy' Lee Nicholls, 65 of Evanston, WY, passed away peacefully with her family by her side in SLC, UT on January 26th.  Cindy was born December 17th, 1954 in Evanston, WY to Blaine Nicholls and LeEtta Meeks.  Cindy married Diego 'Junior' Archuleta in 1978 and had three children. They divorced but remained great friends until the very end.  Cindy found love again and married the late Randall Cox in 1989 and had one daughter. Cindy received her associates degree in business and graduated with a 4.0 GPA.

A passionate hobbyist, Cindy enjoyed home improvement/renovating and was known for painting murals, creating unique yard décor, gardening and antiquing. As a devoted homemaker and provider, she loved bringing her family together for a home cooked meal and maybe one of her famous scavenger hunts. Feisty, bubbly and independent, she was widely known for being unfailingly selfless, witty, and hardworking. Survived by her four children; James Ryan, Utahna Marie, Amy LeEtte, Keaunna Camille  and five grandchildren; Remick, Malachi, Raimey, Aaliyah, and Maven. Her four Siblings; Hal, Susan, Todd and Shawna'e along with numerous nieces and nephews and her beloved China.

Funeral Services will be held at Crandall Funeral Home on Saturday February 1st at 11:00 a.m., followed by Graveside Services and then a luncheon at the Elm Street LDS Church.

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