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Cynthia J. "Cindy" Dupree (Brown)

Cynthia J. “Cindy” Dupree, of Lantana, FL died on Thursday, January 7, 2021, at Doylestown Hospital. She was 60 years old. She was the beloved wife of 20 years to Dal D. Dupree.

Born in Abington, PA, she was the daughter of Anna Marie Seese Brown and the late Stelwin Brown and sister of the late Robert Brown.

Cindy grew up in Hatboro and was a 1978 graduate of Hatboro-Horsham High School. At the young age of 22, she gave birth to identical twin girls and became a stay-at-home mom. In March of 1989, she had a son. After moving to Florida and the kids got older, she finally realized a dream and learned how to drive a school bus. Cindy enjoyed art, specifically painting. Her passion was painting ceramics and she was incredibly talented. Cindy also collected elephants, but the trunk always had to be up otherwise it was bad luck. She was a gentle, loving woman who enjoyed being with her family, especially her grandkids.

In addition to her husband she is survived by her children Jennifer and Michael Hornstein of Hatboro, Jackie and Jason Fermier of Sellersville, and Matthew John Beigler of Lantana, FL, her three step-sons; Gage and Michelle Dupree of Apex, NC, Corey James and Charlene Dupree of Oil City, PA, and Ray and Katie Dupree of Kane, PA, her four brothers Kenneth Brown of Florida, Steven Brown of Hatboro, Scott Brown and his wife Vicky of Chalfont, Peter Brown and his wife Joyce of Hatboro, her 2 sisters, Suanne Williams and her husband Michael of Warminster, and Sherry Brown of Florida. She is also survived by her first husband; William Livezey of Ottsville and her 12 grandchildren; Justin, Kaylie, Juliana, Jaiden, Madison, A.J., Dominic, Braylin, Isaac, Eden, Olivia and Amelia.

Her visitation and Funeral Service will be held privately by the family due to the current pandemic. They are most appreciative and grateful for all those who have reached out and for all the support and love that you have shared with them during this most difficult time in their lives.

In lieu of flowers contributions in her memory may be made to Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc, 1600 Corporate Landing Parkway, Virginia Beach, VA 23454-5617.

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