Cynthia M. Green was born on October 8th 1957 in Seattle Washington to Jewel and William Green. She graduated from Chief Sealth High School and later attended Seattle Central Community College. Cynthia ran an in Home family licensed daycare care for over 30 years in the Mt. Baker area. She was preceded in death by her mother and father and is survived by her 2 daughters ShaVon and Tiffany Robinson, grandson Robert Lexing IV, great grandchildren Robynn Ware and Robert Lexing V. Siblings Douglas (Wanda) Green, William Green, Lilyian Caswell – Isley, Deborah Green, Leonard (Joleyne) Green, Elzie Leo (Pamela) Dickens, and Jewel Dickens – Black as well as a host of nieces, nephews and other family members.
Cynthia was the 6th child born to Jewel and William Green and would later be known as the feistiest one of the bunch. Throughout her life she possessed a quality that made everyone she came in contact with feel accepted and loved without judgement, and would bring life to any event she attended. She was a kindhearted soul who not only opened her heart but her home to everyone.
Cynthia met and fell in love with Anthony Lee Robinson and they welcomed 2 girls ShaVon and Tiffany Robinson into the world. She opened and ran Baby Bunnies daycare which would later change to Snuggles alongside her mother for over 30 years. In her spare time she enjoyed cooking, playing darts and spending time with family and let’s not forgets throwing her annual Christmas Party. Towards the end of her life Cynthia once again gave her life back to the Lord. She lived her life to the fullest the way that she wanted and the lessons on life, love, acceptance and kindness will be something that will never be forgotten. She was loved…..