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Agean Cyphers Arnold
 

Memorial for Agean Cyphers Arnold

Born in Caldwell County, Texas on May 22, 1935
Departed on Dec. 12, 2009 and resided in Austin, TX.
Service: Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009
11:00 am
Cemetery: Evergreen Cemetery
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Agean Cyphers Arnold was born May 22, 1935 to Ambrus Cyphers and Vida Cyphers in Caldwell County, Texas. As the fourth of their six children, she was baptized in the fellowship of Simpson Methodist Church in 1942, under the Reverend T. M. Bruton. Agean attended Sunday school and was a member of the Junior Choir, and the Morning Choir. She served as a primary Sunday school teacher, as a member of the United Methodist Women, she was a principle organizer of the Mary McLeod Bethune Group, and a member of the Ollie Butler Group. Agean was also a sponsor of the Angelic Choir, a member of the Communion Stewards, Hospitality Committee and Altar Guild.

Agean attended public school at Fiskville School in Travis County, and graduated from L. C. Anderson High School in 1954. Her vocation as a nurse's aide took her to several medical institutions and agencies, the most extended of which was St. David's Hospital.

She was preceded in death by her husband Cordell Arnold, her parents, her sister, Willie Jo Turner, and brother, Arvil Cyphers.

On December 12, 2009, a caring family was left to mourn that includes her daughter, Jennifer Hill; grandson, Roy Hill; sisters, Lena Sauls, Barbara Daniels, and Bettye Cyphers Scott; nephews Kenneth Banks, Michael Obershan, Marcus Obershan, all of Austin, Nephews Tracy Obershan and his wife Sabrina Overshan, and their children Omar, Aubrey and Kadejah Obershan of Aurora, Illinois; nieces, Brenda Williams, Judy Turner, Amber Williams, Carlisha Neely and her husband, Will and their children Mark and Willard, III of Los Angeles, California; brothers-in-law Bobby Daniels, Robert Turner; sister-in-law Inda Turner; and many loving cousins and friends.
  

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