Cyan Destini Winn was born on March 30, 1998, to the parentage of LiQuita D. Williams and the late James Arness Winn, Jr. in Austin, Texas. The family relocated to Longview, Texas in 2001. She attended Longview School District until she graduated from Longview High School in 2016. Cyan accepted Christ at an early age and established a personal relationship under the guidance and leadership of Pastor Charles E. Faulks, Sr. She was faithful in participating in the East Texas Baptist Convention and eagerly competed in Bible Drills and scripture searching. Cyan loved to praise dance, was a choir member who had the voice of an angel, attended Bible Study, assisted with charity and nursing home ministries. Cyan loved being a cheerleader. She began cheering in the second grade for the South Ward Pirates for 4 years, where she was crowned the Homecoming Queen. She then cheered for the Forest Park Eagles for 3 years and was selected to be the cheer captain. She later began a four-year letterman cheerleader for the Longview Lobos. She continuously shared that her four years as a Lobo cheerleader was the most exciting time of her life. After graduating from Longview High School in 2016, Cyan attended Panola College where she pursued a career as a nurse practitioner. Her childhood dream was to become a cardiologist. Cyan was employed by Community Healthcore, working with special needs adults and recovering drug addict women and children who were pursuing a new lifestyle. At the time of her untimely death, she was employed with Mr. Cooper as a customer service associate. Cyan was very loving, caring, and always full of joy. She wore a smile on her bright face that would light up any room. She has always been a young lady that people looked up to. She never met a stranger and always had a listening ear to anyone who had a problem or just needed encouragement. She enjoyed spending time with family, especially her brothers, whether it was going out to eat or sitting around and spending quality time together. She also enjoyed creating dishes that only she loved cooking. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Robert and Soloma Bouchum, Vera Miller Mays and James Arness Winn, Sr.; uncle, Charles Bouchum; and aunt, Mignion McCowan. She leaves to cherish her memories forever, her daughters, Naveah and A’Mata; parents, LiQuita (Rev. David) Williams; brothers, Quinton Bouchum, Thomas Wrighten, Jr., Mason, Dillon and Logan Winn and Daveon Williams; sisters, Shekaylah Washington, Chloe, and Kamora Winn; special mother, Aunt Fay (Dennis) Hutchings, Katina Johnson; uncle, Robert Earl Bouchum; great aunts, Mendy Richardson and Myrtle Morrow; one nephew, Mason ShaQueal Winn, Jr.; one niece, Zalayah Sky Wrighten her daughter’s Godmother, Alexis Benson; her best friend, Katherine Byrdson; favorite cousin, Lorayne Hutchins; and a host of special cousins.
Please keep the family in prayer.
Friday, January 28, 2022
1:00 - 6:00pm (Central time)
Per the family MASK are required at viewing and the service no exceptions