Cynthia Ann McAllister

December 18, 1939 - August 16, 2018
Cynthia Ann McAllister

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Cynthia Ann McAllister age 78 a former resident of 135 Gilbert Lane, Washington, NC died Thursday, August 16, 2018 at River Trace Nursing Home in Washington.
The family will have a private memorial service at a later date.
Mrs. McAllister was born in Memphis Tennessee on December 18, 1939 the daughter of the late Robert C. Miller and Larue Jones Miller.
Cynthia graduated from Wesleyan College the first chartered college for women, she then got her master's degree of Arts in 1973 from ECU in Greenville NC, she started teaching arts in 1973 and retired from Pitt County schools in 1993. She had a passion for photography as well.
She is survived by a son: Barry McAllister and wife Patty of Washington; a brother: Bobby Miller and wife Mimi of Cummings Georgia and a niece Marcy Jo Kirby of Rockport, Illinois.
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Joseph B. Paul, Jr. Funeral Director Licensee of Washington is serving the McAllister family.

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  • August 22, 2018
    Julianne Snelling Blanks says:
    I liked Cynthia so much when we both attended Wesleyan. Life on campus could get rather stodgy. Seeing Cynthia, as we wandered back and forth across the hall in the senior dorm, was such a lift. She had such a
    great sense of humour, she was different, when you talked to Cynthia you knew there was a life "outside".
    She was a bit goofy, but very smart and very talented. I'm sorry we lost touch. I did visit she and Warren
    once after graduation, on my way to somewhere. In 1969 I moved to New Zealand and never saw her again.
    She was a delight, would have taken the road less travelled as I did, that is always a brave and risky move.

    Thank you Cynthia, for all the many many laughs. You were always so uplifting, my friend.

  • August 22, 2018
    Julianne Blanks says:
    I liked Cynthia so much while we were both at Wesleyan. She was funny, different, special. i visited she and
    Warren after we graduated on my way somewhere. She was someone, one of the few, I would love to have
    kept in touch with. But I moved to New Zealand, and didn't see her again. Much love, Cindy, and here's to your
    wonderful sense of humour and many many laughs as we wandered back and forth across the hall, in the
    senior dorm.
    Julianne Snelling Blanks

  • August 21, 2018
    Tommy / Babs Chandler says:
    Barry ....sorry for the lose of your Mom just remember the good times and know she is no longer hurting.