November 23, 1966, Cynthia Marie Kelly was born bright and early when the sun shone to the late Edna Pearl (Craft) and Lewis Tilten Kelly in Scottsboro, Alabama. Just as her sun shone bright and early in birth; she lived her life and accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior, where she was a member of Horton Temple A.O.H Church of God. Her sun set bright and early on November 13, 2018 at Erlanger in Tennessee, just 10 days before another rebirth celebration. She was preceded in death by her mother Edna Pearl Kelly and her sister-in-law Faye Kelly. In her own words, her hobbies included: “Crafts, cooking, etc.,” and her favorite place was Florida. She loved being able to assist in any capacity and she will truly be missed by those whom she served most. She rarely ever said no, and if she did, it was because it was her last resort and could not come up with a way to help. Her most favorite phrase, “What you said!” will ring loudly in those who shared memories. She was well-known to attempt finishing your sentences for you, jumped ahead of any story as thought it was her own to tell, and sang without a care in the world whether she knew the actual lyrics or not. Unknown lyrics were not a problem for her. She leaves to cherish her memory, five loving children: Cedrick Kelly (Guntersville,Al.), Garrick Cox (stepson: Scottsboro,Al.), Jeremy Kelly (Scottsboro,Al.), Jeronica Kelly (Augusta,Ga.), and Jameka Kelly (Scottsboro,Al.). Seven grandchildren: Makayla Black, Kanosha and Dejonay Kelly, Caleigh and Kaedyn Chapman, Ja’maya Kelly, and Jermenee Hutchins. Six siblings: Robert Lewis (Rhonda) Tolliver of Huntsville, Al., Gerry Paul Kelly, Norma Jean Couch, Barry Kelly, Darrell Eugene Kelly, and Mary (Jerald) Hutchins, all of Scottsboro, Al. A special love: John Charles, special friend: James Edmondson, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.