Cindy Torres Owens

FatherRamon Dewey Torres Jr (1932-2011)
MotherVirginia Anne Mundine (1935-)
Cindy Torres Owens, daughter of Ramon Dewey Torres Jr and Virginia Anne Mundine, was born in Key West, Monroe County, FloridaG, on 16 December 1957.1 She died aged 50 in Bowling Green, Caroline County, VirginiaG, on 4 February 2008 and was buried at Lakewood Cemetery, Bowling GreenG.2 She married in Norfolk, VirginiaG, on 23 June 1979, Richard James Owens, son of John Hildaburt Owens and Mary Elizabeth Holt.
     Cindy was a founding member of the Sackett Family Association.
Cindy Torres Owens (1957–2008), Lakewood Cemetery, Bowling Green, Virginia
(Src: Find a Grave, John Shuck)

Owens, Cindy L., 50, of Stafford, died Monday, February 4, 2008 at the home of her parents after a courageous four-year battle with ovarian cancer.
     She graduated from Norfolk Catholic High School and St. Vincent DePaul Hospital School of Nursing in Norfolk, and worked as a Registered Nurse at MCV, Henrico Doctors', St. Mary's, and most recently at Mary Washington Hospital. She was also the founder and first President of the Richmond Ovarian Cancer Survivors Group.
     Cindy is survived by her husband, Richard Owens of Stafford; her parents, Ramon and Virginia Torres of Bowling Green; three sons, Richard J. Owens Jr. of Seattle, Washington, Sean Owens and his wife, Jackie, of Ladysmith, and Patrick Owens of Blacksburg; three brothers, Rev. Ramon Torres III and his wife, Lisa, of Gray, Tennessee, Christopher Torres, and his wife, Joan, of Phoenix, Arizona, and Anthony Torres of Norfolk; granddaughter, Taylor McKenzie Owens; and friend, Richard Fassett.
     A memorial service will be held Saturday, February 9, at 11 a.m. in Wright's Chapel United Methodist Church, Ladysmith, with burial to follow in Lakewood Cemetery, Bowling Green. The family will receive friends at the church Friday from 6 to 8 p.m.
     In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance, 910 17th Street N.W. Suite 1190, Washington, D.C. 20006 or Wright's Chapel United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 193, Ladysmith, Va. 22501. Sign register book online at

Find a Grave, citing Richmond Times-Dispatch, 7 Feb 2008

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  2. Find a Grave.
Sackett Family Association membership
Cindy Torres Owens (1957–2008)
Member # 26 (founding)
Joined 28 September 2003
Sackett line13th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
Sackett ancestry
Thomas Sackett the elder (say 1530–1595), labourer of St Peter in Thanet, Kent, m. Joane ___
Thomas Sackett the younger (c1557–1615), yeoman of Birchington, Kent, m. Martha Strowde
Simon Sackett the colonist (1595–1635), of Thanet, Kent, & Newtown (Cambridge), Massachusetts, m. Isabel Pearce
John Sackett (1632–1719), farmer of Westfield, Massachusetts, m. Abigail Hannum
William Sacket (1662–1700), of Westfield, m. Hannah Graves
Jonathan Sacket (1696–1773), of Westfield, Massachusetts, and Kent, Connecticut, m. Anne Filer
Reuben Sackett (1732–1803), of Litchfield County, Connecticut, m. Mercy Finney
Cyrus Sackett (1764–1846), m. Nancy Anne Stapleton
Samuel Sackett (1799–1856), m. Isabella Moore
Mary Sackett (1825–1878), m. James William Major
Nancy Jane Major (1843–1877), m. Sylvester Cramer Scoles
Andrew Wesley Scoles (1861–1939), m. Hannah Leticia Teeter
Isaac Franklin Scoles (1887–1963), m. Catherine Pearl Kelly
Alma Waneta Scoles (1912–2000), m. Ramon Dewey Torres
Ramon Dewey Torres Jr (1932–2011), m. Virginia Anne Mundine
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited5 Oct 2022
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
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