Cynthia Peak Obituary, Death Cause – On March 27, 2023, Cindy Peak, who was 61 years old and lived in Franklin, Tennessee, went to be with Jesus. On August 21, 1961, Cindy Broyles was brought into the world by her mother, Nell, and her father, Dr. William Broyles. She attended Capt. Shreve High School in Shreveport, Louisiana, and grew up in Leesville, Louisiana, where she also received her high school diploma.
She had a wonderful life and upbringing in Leesville, and she enjoyed her time in Shreveport very much as well. She received her degree in Education from Texas Christian University, where she studied for four years. In Nashville, Tennessee, she made a connection with the man who would become the love of her life, Chris Peak; they wed on November 27, 1997 in Fairhope, Alabama.
She was employed as a teacher at Christ Presbyterian School in addition to working as a teacher at a variety of other schools, including her own homeschool pod that she called Peak Academy. Not only did she work as a teacher throughout her entire life, but she also worked as a staff member for Campus Crusade right after she graduated from college, instructed swim lessons, and counseled students outside of the classroom.
Throughout her life, she was involved in a variety of activities; however, the thing that she would want to be most remembered for is the depth of her love for the Lord, followed by her love for her husband and children, and finally, her love for all of the people whom she considered to be her family. She was known as Cindy to the majority of people, CiCi to many, and occasionally as a mother.
Above all else, she was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and friend to everyone who knew her. We will be overjoyed to see her again on the other side of eternity, despite the fact that she is no longer here with us on Earth. The following people have passed away before Cindy: her father, Dr. William H. Broyles, her mother, Nell Broyles, her sister, Diane Broyles, as well as her father-in-law, Bruce Peak, and her mother-in-law, Marion Peak.
Cindy is survived by her husband, Chris; children, Drew, Ellie, and Matthew Peak, Stacey and Jett Williams, Christopher and Ashley Peak; siblings, Debbie and Bill Dunlap, Nancy and Bill Broyles, Reneé and Mike Broyles; grandchildren, Holden and Harper Williams, Elliston and Rhodes Peak; a host of nieces and nephews, and many other friends whom she considered family. Cindy also leaves behind a large number of friends whom she considered to be her extended family.