Cindy Davis: A Life Stitched with Love
Cindy Davis was born on March 25, 1963, in Pahokee, FL, to parents Bennie and Joseph. She grew up in a close-knit family with siblings Isaac, Vernon, Rory, Constance, Cassandra, Joseph, and Allison. Cindy is happily married to Keith Davis, and together they have five children - Tyler, Tyrell, Tamara, Tyrone, and Tiffany. The Davis family extends to include grandchildren Kamari, Kimora, Kyrah, Aiden, Caitlyn, Kristian, Kali, Kendall, and JC.
Cindy's educational journey led her to the Florida College of Business in Pompano Beach, FL, where she earned an Associate Degree in Business Administration. Her professional career was marked by dedicated service to Broward County Records, Taxes, and Treasury Division, where she retired as a Recorder. In this role, she recorded and indexed various documents such as deeds, mortgages, liens, judgments, satisfactions, court papers, and other recordable documents.
One of Cindy's earliest passions, nurtured by her aunt Rosetta, was sewing, a skill she learned at the age of 8. Over the years, she expanded her interests to include embroidery, painting, upholstering, decorating, thrifting, and repurposing items. Riding her bicycle is another favorite pastime.
Always stay positive and use encouraging words. It can make a big difference for someone and remember the kids are watching and listening.
Cindy's career achievements include starting in the Broward County Libraries Division, transitioning to a clerk position in the records division, and eventually becoming a recorder. While she doesn't have specific career goals, her personal aspirations focus on spending quality time with her grandchildren and motivating them to strive for personal growth while helping others in need.
Guided by her core values instilled by her late mother and influenced by her church community, Cindy emphasizes prayer and surrounding herself with loved ones. Overcoming shyness has been a significant challenge for her, but she believes in the power of positivity and encouraging words.
Community involvement is a priority for Cindy, and she actively participates in One Family, helping parents with items needed for kids to be reunited. She follows the principle of Avodah: Work-Worship-Service.
In a lighthearted twist, Cindy shares a fun fact about herself - she has a tattoo on her left arm. As a final piece of advice, she encourages everyone to stay positive, and use encouraging words, as they can make a significant difference for someone, emphasizing that children are always watching and listening.
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