Cynthia Gail Corey was born Nov. 26, 1952, in York, Neb., to Roger and Gwen Livingston, and left this world Sept. 14, 2019, with her children holding her hands. \n\nShe married Jeff Corey in 1977. They greeted and parted with a kiss each time they entered or left a room.\nCinde's contributions to making the world better were small but mighty and numerous. She volunteered teaching kindergartner Sunday school for 20 years, with Beatrice Clean City as the mascot and more, Toys for Tots, the Bargain Box, encouraging politicians to protect others, and anything her kids were involved in. Cinde recently liberated the Lincoln Eagles Club, where she gave dance lessons, by becoming the first-ever female officer.\n\nShe helped countless individuals through her work for the Nebraska Department of Developmental Disabilities and "retired" seven years ago to watch and spoil her grandchildren full-time.\n\nCinde graduated from Beatrice High School in 1971 and loved planning class and family reunions. She was a Zumba instructor and Black Friday aficionado, who loved antiquing, Husker volleyball, and hunting and fishing with Jeff. Cinde always said "a good night is never sitting out a dance."\nShe was preceded in death by her husband (1999), mother (2000) and father (2009).\n\nThose left to carry on Cinde's spirited legacy include daughter Lindsey Vee Corey (husband Reuel Hook), son Brett Corey (wife Sarah), grandsons Conner, Silas and Bodi, fiance Mike Weddle, and lots of favorite cousins.\nGiven Cinde's vibrant personality, please wear color to her funeral at 11 a.m. Sept. 20 at Centenary United Methodist Church in Beatrice. She also asked her family to host a dance party this fall.\n\nVisitation will be from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sept. 19 at Griffiths-Hovendick Chapel in Beatrice with family greeting friends from 6-7 p.m. Family prayer service will be at 10:45 a.m. Sept. 20 at the church. \nInterment will be at Evergreen Home Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a memorial is established for a scholarship fund for her grandchildren with the funeral home in charge. Sign Cinde's online guest book at www.ghchapel.com.