Cindy Lee Stevens

Born in Nashville, TN on November 12, 1961

Departed on June 29, 2020 and resided in Springfield, TN

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Cindy Lee Stevens, age 58 of Springfield passed away on June 29, 2020 at her home. She was born on November 12, 1961 to the late Steve and Georgia Lee Beckham Raines in Nashville, TN.

Cindy was described as a loving and outgoing woman. She loved adventure and enjoyed finding the beauty in life. Gigi loved her grandbabies and made sure everyone had a good time when they spent a week together at Gigi Camp. They would travel to Dollywood, Ruby Falls or this year at home playing laser tag, jumping on the trampoline and Zip Lining through the back yard. During the fall you would find her on the sidelines being the biggest cheerleader in the crowd no matter if they were in Tennessee, Arkansas or Texas she would be there supporting her grandchildren.

She was always on the hunt for a good deal spending time at Dollar General looking for the penny sale or yard selling with DJ. She was determined to find the best deal and turn it for a profit. When she wasn’t finding the deal of the day, she spent time with her sisters traveling. Cindy was committed to walking seven to eleven miles a day to better her health. In 2019 she completed the 2,019 miles in one year and was currently working on 2,020 miles this year. At last count she had clocked 1,600 miles out of the combined 1,700 for her team. She was a fighter and was determined to get back to walking as soon as her knee healed.

Cindy will forever be remembered as the animal loving, deal shopping, family devoted Gigi that will be carried in the hearts of her family forever.

In addition to her parents, Cindy is preceded in death by her sister, Brenda Barnard and brother, Rocky Raines.

Cindy is survived by her husband of 17 years, James Stevens; children, Christiana Lee (David Dozier) Scott, DJ (Christine) Hale, Rachel (Adam) Morris, Jamie Stevens and Joshua (Katherine) Stevens; grandchildren, Michael & Dillan Scott, Kaitlyn & Austin Stiltner, Aidan Hale, Cody & Adalee Morris, Atlas Voisine and Alex Stevens; siblings, Sue (Paul) McKinney Tabor, Dianne (Gary) Proffitt, Evelyn (Gary) Foust, Charla Kaye (Larry) Cohoon, Pam (Paul) Booth and Robert Williams and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.

A Life Celebration will be held on July 2, 2020 at 7pm with DJ Hale officiating. The family will receive friends on Thursday from 5pm until the time of service. Online condolences can be made at

These arrangements were entrusted to Springfield Memorial Gardens, Funeral Home and Cremation Center 4005 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172: 615-384-5437.

6 Comments to Cindy Lee Stevens

  1. Mark L Johnston Sr says:

    My thoughts and prayers for the children and grandchildren of this young lady taken so early in her life, strength for her husband to carry on. She was always kind to me through all the years of knowing her. Rest In Peace knowing you have left your mark on this world through your children.

  2. Terry Clouse Phipps says:

    For all of the family…
    I can’t imagine that Cindy, and Rocky, have both passed away…I loved them both dearly.
    I can’t be there due to health issues, but I will be there in spirit as I was with Rocky…they were the “babies of the family”. To all of the sisters and family, they both loved you immensely. I also miss Georgia. She was a very special Lady.
    May God Bless You Today and Always.
    Terry Clouse Phipps

  3. Pauline. Harrison-Ring says:

    She was a beautiful person. So sorry for all of you. Love you all, praying for comfort for the family. Don’t forget to keep in touch.

  4. Patricia “Coe” Young says:

    Sorry to hear of Cindy passing. During high school I spent a lot of time with Cindy because I dated Rocky. She was always a caring person. I am sure she will be missed. Her Family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. Renee Brown-Layfield says:

    Buck and the rest of the family I’m so very sorry. Cindy was a wonderful woman. When we lost Tracy she was there with open arms to love me. She will forever be in my heart. I love you all dearly Gone but NEVER forgotten. Fly high sweet angel. Thank you for always being there for me and showing me pure love.

  6. David and Cynthia Mortis says:

    Sorry to see Cindy is no longer with us our thoughts and prayers are with the family

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