Cinnamon Dawn Eades, born July 24, 1980 in Modesto, California to her parents Dorothy Janet Eades and David Eades; of Odessa, Texas. We’re blessed to have known her for the wonderful soul she was, in the short 38 years that she was with us. She was an unforgettable and beautiful person who did not just survive, but she thrived in life. She lived for her children and taught them how to love and laugh; the gift of friendship, forgiveness, and compassion for all. She leaves them all behind to cherish those values.
Her firstborn is Janessa Marisol Ramirez; then Carson Jaden Dizney, Steven Joseph Sigala the 3rd, and Marc Antony Ramirez, all of Modesto, California. She was blessed with one grandchild, Tyler Jay Baca of Modesto, California.
She is also survived by the love of her life Steven Joseph Sigala Jr., and her brothers Casey Dillon Mackey (Sherry Vernon), Caytano Robles the 3rd, and her cunjada, Teresa Robles, all of Modesto, California.
Cinnamon was a very hard worker and worked her whole life to give her children everything that she possibly could. She loved her coffee in the morning, noon and night. She loved her music, family and friends; a good time, and a nice glass of wine. Her favorite place to be was relaxing at the beach. Most of all she loved her shrimp enchiladas from La Morenita. She touched the lives of everyone she knew in a special and unforgettable way that will live in our hearts forever. She will forever be loved, missed, and cherished by her family, friends, and everyone who knew her.
Cinnamon’s humble spirit and zest for life will live within all our hearts forever. July 9, 2019 Cinnamon met her Savior face to face, and relaxed into His embrace, and into His strong arms that have held her upright for the short time she was with us. A new rose blooms in heaven today. “NOTE TO SELF... love myself, Pray every night, Be Beautiful....” (written by Cinnamon).
Please join us to celebrate her life and legacy and to cherish memories that you have.
July 22, 2019 @ 11:00 A.M. Franklin Downs Funeral Home: 1050 McHenry Ave., Modesto, California.
Internment immediately following; Ceres Memorial Park Ceres, California, with a Reception to Celebration Cinnamon's life to follow @ 221 I Street Turlock, California.