Cindy Ann I’nama, 61, of Atlanta, Idaho, passed away peacefully on April 18th, 2023, from congestive heart failure in Murray, UT while surrounded by family.
She was born in Emmett, ID on November 4th, 1961, to her parents Jimmie and Goldie Penix. Cindy grew up riding horses, swimming and loved spending time in the mountains. She graduated from Emmett High School in 1980. She loved dancing, singing and had a nurturing heart for children and animals. Cindy married Max Mohammadi with whom they shared two beautiful girls, Monica and Erica. She worked for the State of Idaho for many years, as well as becoming a licensed massage therapist, birth doula, reiki healer and ultimately led her to becoming a full-time nanny. She later went on to marry John I’nama whom she shared her life with for over the last 20 years. Cindy and John lived a quaint life in Atlanta, Idaho where Cindy wore many hats. She was heavily involved in the community as an EMT, administrator for the power company and the local Fire Department. Despite all these responsibilities, she never missed a Sunday at Church. She was a child of God that was very involved in church and was active in the choir. She loved visiting with her many friends and had a deep love for Annie, her and Johns black lab. Cindy was the kindest soul and anyone who had the opportunity to meet her instantly knew how wonderful and gentle she was. Cindy had the most infectious laugh that brought so much joy to those around. She loved spending time with her grandchildren, having sleepovers and movie nights. She enjoyed sewing and being a part of a program in making cards for patients in hospitals. She will be deeply missed and the everlasting impact she left on each and every one of us will be carried on forever.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Jimmie and Goldie Penix of Emmett; grandparents, James Thomas Penix and Dortha Elizabeth Hanson Penix, Ted and Florence Holmes.
She is survived by her husband, John I’nama; her children, Erica Mohammadi, Monica and Perry Braun, Adrian and Sarah I’nama; her siblings, Lonnie and Linda Penix, Eloise “Ellie” Alsoufi; her grandchildren, Kambria and Kimora Haws, Vivian and Gabrielle Braun; nieces and nephews, J.D. Chandler, Elisheba Denney, Lakeesha Alsoufi; and many other loved ones.
The family would like to express our thanks to the overwhelming support and love from everyone.
Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 AM Wednesday, April 26th, 2023, at New Life Christian Center, 212 S. Boise Ave, Emmett, ID.
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