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Celebration of Life for Cyndi Presho

Cyndi Presho of Oakhurst, 66, passed away in Oakhurst on Saturday, September 28, 2019, from breast cancer.

Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, November 8, at Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church, with Pastor Rick officiating.

Cyndi Presho was born in Edgewood, California, to George Moorhous and Etta Moorhous on August 6, 1953. She graduated from Grant High School in Woodland Hills.

She married her high school sweetheart, Steve Presho, on August 26, 1972. They honeymooned up at Bass Lake and fell in love with the area. Eight years later they moved to Oakhurst. Cyndi worked various jobs while balancing the raising of kids. In 1986, she became the office manager for Dr. Dennis Jones Dentistry. She worked there for over 25 years, until retiring.

Cyndi and her dog

Cyndi and friend.

Cyndi had a passion for gardening, the great outdoors and animals. As a result she had the prettiest yard, instilled a deep love to being active and outside to her kids and grandkids, and had many loved pets.

Cyndi Presho will be remembered for her love in Jesus, her sweet smile, her daily joy, being a blessed Nana, and a good friend. Her family always came first. She was a beautiful wife and loved with such unconditional love. She devoted her time as a mom, then as a Nana, and left an incredible legacy to her kids and grandsons.

Cyndi battled cancer for over 20 years. During this time, her faith, her trust in the Holy Spirit, and love for God helped carry her through and give hope to others. She will be forever loved and missed in her family and community.

Cyndi Presho was preceded in death by her father George Moorhous, her mother Etta
Moorhous, and brother John Moorhous. Cyndi is survived by her husband of 47 years Steve
Presho, daughter Vanessa Jasper, son-in-law Chris Jasper, her son Zachary Presho, daughter-in-law Alyssa Presho, her sister Jane Bumcrot, and three blessed grandsons, Gavin, Kelton, and Corbin Jasper.

The family respectfully ask that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church’s Tabitha Project or the youth camp scholarships fund.

Please contact:

Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church
39696 Hwy 41
Oakhurst, CA 93644

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