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Cynthia Ann Rinck

November 15, 1953 ~ November 4, 2021 (age 67)



Cynthia Ann Wilkins-Rinck, age 68, of Noble, Oklahoma, formerly of Springfield, Oregon, passed away on Thursday, November 4, 2021.  She was born July 15, 1953, in Gaberville, California, to the late William and Eunice Morse.  Cynthia was a cowgirl at heart and had a passion for horses. Her and her daughters would go on day rides on the ranch they had in Grant's Pass. Over the years, she showed horses and rescued them.  She also enjoyed embroidery, cross-stitch, gardening and canning, and she made beautiful wreaths. She really loved Christmas she would always go all out on decorating the farm. Family meant everything to her, always had to be together for the holidays.  Cynthia was also a caretaker for her brother, William with Polio.
She and her husband, Jim, managed a motel for skiers in Oregon at Willamette Pass for several years.  They enjoyed their time there visiting with travelers and snowmobiling.
Cynthia is survived by her husband of 15 years, Jim Rinck; two daughters, Monica Broadsword and her husband Josh, and Eunice Wilkins and her husband Richard Smith-Wygle; one step daughter, Ashley Lynch and her husband Tim; two step sons, Gabe Rinck and his wife Velana, and Ivan Rinck and his wife Jessica; one brother, William Morse; ten grandchildren, Kayli Wynn-Wilkins, Brandon Broadsword, Bryan Broadsword, Damian Smith-Wygle, Jocelynn Rinck, Gage Rinck, Lucas Lynch, Lydia Lynch, James Rinck and Clara Rinck; and three great grandchildren, William Cambes, Olivia Broadsword and Serenity Methvin.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her infant daughter, Ashley-Ann Wilkins.


Celebration of life was held on Saturday, November 13, 2021, at her daughter's house. 

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