Lauren Sampson Obituary – Cynthia Lauren Stevens Sampson, 75, of Cambridge, calmly changed into everlasting lay on Tuesday, December 22, 2020, at Signature Health CARE at Mallard Bay.
Cynthia was brought into the world in Cambridge, MD to the late David and Laura Geneva Harmon Stevens on September 17, 1945. She went to Dorchester County Public Schools, having moved on from Maces Lane High School with the Class of 1963. Upon graduation, Cynthia proceeded to concentrate on Early Education at Bowie State College, where she went from 1963 to 1966. Endless supply of her school review, Cynthia took a few classes through the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and Salisbury University (SU) to keep a profoundly qualified status.
Cynthia got back to her old neighborhood following her investigations and accepted a position at Airpax Corporation, where she labored for a couple of years before going into her vocation as an Educator with the Dorchester County Board of Education in 1974, having shared 38 committed long periods of administration to a few young people all through Northern and Southern Dorchester County, resigning in 2012. She worked at different schools all through the province, including St. Clair Elementary School, North Dorchester Middle School, Maple Elementary School, and Sandy Hill Elementary.
Cynthia additionally worked at the Dorchester County Y.M.C.A. as an individual from the Front Desk Support Staff from 2005 to 2014, where her amicable grin welcomed individuals as they entered and left the office until her wellbeing started to come up short.
Cynthia was acquainted with the congregation by her folks at an exceptionally youthful age and gave her life to Christ as a youthful grown-up. She experienced childhood in Bethel A.M.E. Church, Cambridge, following her mom’s strides, being extremely dynamic in Sunday morning love benefits, and helping with the Bethel Boy Scout Troop.
Cynthia later joined Waugh United Methodist Church, Cambridge, presently known as Waugh Chapel United Methodist Church, with her significant other, and promptly turned out to be effectively engaged with different associations and boards of trustees inside the congregation, including the United Methodist Women Committee, the Higher Education Committee, the Sunday School and Vacation Bible School Committees, the Summer Program Committee and the Church Bus Ministry. She went to administrations steadfastly and could be heard each Sunday morning, perusing the congregation declarations in her solid, intense voice, until her wellbeing started to fall flat, at which point she stayed an unwavering and committed part until the hour of her passing.