Cindy Lou Hughes

Cindy Lou Hughes, of Webster, Texas died Friday, April 21 @ 9:17 pm.

She is survived by her husband Dwight, daughters,  Jacey Cowling, and Kayde Cowling. She has two sisters living, Katerina Kearns, husband Rusty, Dorenda Adams, husband Charlie, as well as numerous nephews and nieces.

Cindy was born Cindy Lou Dail in Goldsboro, N.C. September 20, 1968, to Rubert E. Dail and Betty J. Dail.

Her funeral will be held at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas on Wednesday, April 26,  2017, visitation to start at 2:00 with service at 3:00 pm .

She was a member of Sagemont Church where she sang in the choir.

Cindy was an animal lover all her life and loved to ride her horses. She loved spending time with her family and was always the life of the party. She will be greatly missed and forever in our hearts. See you in Heaven “Baby Girl”.


  1. What a beautiful picture. I love you Cindy. Rest in peace sweet lady until we meet again along those crystal shores … See you soon beautiful lady see you soon~

    Tammy Carr
  2. Cindy’s joy, smile, and love will be greatly missed on this earth, but will resonate in our hearts and memories. While she has moved on, may we all find comfort in cracking a smile when thinking of her. Her humor always lifted our spirits and is a positively contagious quality and gift she possesses.
    We Love You Cindy

    Chris Kearns
  3. Such a beautiful obituary. Mom will always have such a special place in our hearts and will live on as we live on.

  4. She opened new doors for me that i never experienced, showed me how to love, laugh, be a better man, encouraged me to succeed in my endeavors and stood beside me no matter what. Thank you BabyGirl for the love you’ve given me and the memories that will last me a lifetime.

    Dwight Hughes
  5. She will be greatly missed, but we will always carry her in our hearts. Love you, Aunt Cindy!

  6. It’s a sad feeling when family members pass on and you realize you will never see them again. Cindy is too young to leave us. She loves life a lot. She always has an “I love you” for everyone. I’ll miss that. She starts the conversation with “I love you” and ends it that way too. And usually several “I love you”s in between. She always means it. She leaves us with an abundance of fond memories that will be with us forever. I miss you Cindy and I love you too.

  7. Cindy, I always loved you so much. And I know you loved me, because you always told me so. I had the pleasure of helping your Mother with you from the day you were born. You were such a beautiful little girl with that blond hair.The last time I saw you, you said’ Aunt Annie I love you and you know I do’. She was such a loving little girl. Sug,I will see you again one day in heaven. To Jayce and Katie,Katerina ancd Dorenda, I send my prayers and love to you all. So sorry I can’t be there with you all. But know I am sadden by this. I love all of you very much. Lou Lou, sleep peacefully until I see you again in Heaven. Love you, Aunt Annie.

    annie Duryea
  8. I love you Cindy. You will be missed

    Michelle Garner
  9. Cindy,
    I’ve not seen you in so many years. It has been at least 20 years or more . You were such a wonderful cousin and I loved spending some of my best childhood years with you . My heart breaks for your children and your entire family . Rest easy, cousin , until we meet again . Tell Daddy hello for me when you get to heaven .

    Stephanie Garner
  10. Oh what a beautiful girl you were. And a real cowgirl as you liked to be. That will always be my memory of you.

    uncle luther
  11. Singing with All the Angels now. as well as family n friends. To her husband n children n sisters Dorenda n Katrina, My Heartfelt Prayers to Each One of You. She’s Running Free now with Mama n Bet.
    You use to ALWAYS want to follow Robin, Dorenda n I. Heaven is Yours now Sweet Cousin.
    Love Ya
    Peggy Bland Lee

    Peggy G Lee
  12. Yesterday, my sister-in-law was laid to rest. It was a very beautiful ceremony. I’m sure Cindy would have loved all the shades of purple as she requested. May she rest in peace. <3

  13. Her smile was infectious and her laugh was contagious. Farewell until we meet again Cindy Lou! Warm hugs and thoughts to all of you who feel the pain of missing her now!

    Tammy (Mathis) Fox

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