Cynthia Anne Campbell Jacobsen

1952 ~ 2022


Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, Utah
Jul 28, 2022 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Viewing Prior to Services

Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, Utah
Jul 29, 2022 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Graveside Services

Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, Utah
Jul 29, 2022 2:00 PM

Celebration of Life

LDS Church, 3210 W 4700 S, West Valley City, Utah
Jul 29, 2022 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Cynthia Anne Jacobsen
“A mother from one a mother to all”

“You’re a Hoot” was a phrase Cynthia Ann Campbell Jacobsen of West Jordan, UT was always known for saying. Cindy was born May 21, 1952, to Dixie Lou Campbell and Jack Campbell on the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, CA. Some people only walk this earth for a small amount of time. Cindy’s departure reminds us that angels are always watching over us. Cindy rejoined her heavenly family and was given her wings on July 22, 2022, at the age of 70, surrounded by warmth and love.

She is survived by the love of her life, and eternal companion Phillip E. Jacobsen married October 28, 1972, and later sealed for time and all eternity in the Los Angeles, CA temple on November 10, 1973. There is a Greek story that the gods put us on this earth as one. They grew jealous and split us into two souls. Many of us search the earth for that part of themselves. Cindy and Phil found their other half at the young age of 14. They spent their young adolescent years together, and their young adult years apart but they always found their way back to each other.
In that love they created four children. Kristopher Jacobsen (Stephanie Webb), Jennifer Meyers (Jeremy Meyers), Carianne Jacobsen, April Angell (John Angell Jr).

The love only grew from there with 13 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Her grandchildren (Kris and Stephanie) Daniel, Ethan, Johnny, Austin and Carter. (Jenny) Sean, Serenity, and Faith. (Carianne) Sayla, Caitlinn and Cooper. (April) Iris and John III. They loved her and she loved them no matter what. She would be so excited when they were all together, or if one of them called just to say, “I love you”. She cherished the time she got with them.
Her great grandchildren, (Mother Serenity) Kason, Gaia and Robin, (Mother Faith) Lotus Reign. They will know that she is always going to be a part of them, her legacy lives on through their little souls.

Her love of God and her testimony was always a huge part of her life. Her faith carried her and sustained her through her journey. She served in multiple callings for the church. The youth program was one of her favorites, serving in young women's for years and as camp director for the stake. She also found joy serving in the Jordan River Temple.

Mom just loved people in general and always made every person she met feel like family. She invited any and all to “come sit and visit” and lend a helping hand. The B.A.G. ladies, Party Makers, working as a public servant as a Crossing Guard and supervisor for the city of West Jordan for 30 years, and Hospice was where she met many of her friends.

Mom was very creative with poems to express her feelings, flower arrangements to be creative and decorating weddings to show love for others. She was always willing to help anyone out and come to the rescue in any situation where she could use her imagination and make things beautiful.
Survived by her loving mother Dixie Lou Campbell, sisters Kim (Paul) Schuman, Colleen (Robbie) Kirby, brother Kelly (Jodie) Campbell, in laws Marvin (Joann) Jacobsen, Ron Jacobsen, Leisa (Amador) Gomez, and Barry (Lisa) Jacobsen.

Proceeded in death by her father Jack Campbell, her sister Kaye Campbell and mother and father in-law Marvin and Marilyn, and her sister in laws Ellen Kay and Diane Jacobsen

We would like to thank all the staff at the U of U Rehab, MICU and Comfort facilities. They were so great to work with and helped make moms last days comfortable and peaceful.

There will be visitation on Thursday July 28th, 2022, at the Larkin Mortuary at 1950 East 10600 South Sandy Utah, from 6:00 -8:00 p.m. and Friday July 29th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. with a graveside service following at 2:00 p.m. The Party Lady wanted a party, so a “Celebration of life” will be held in moms honor Friday evening 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Park 3120 W 4700 S in West Valley City, Utah. Anyone who knew and loved her is welcome to attend. Please come and share your stories of this wonderful woman.

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I met Cindy through my husband David as he worked for her as a crossing guard. Cindy was our wedding planner that made our wedding so memorable and amazing thanks for all you did. I later went to work as a crossing guard and she was my supervisor. I would love coming to meetings because it was always an eventful time with her many different costumes she would wear for fun and inspirational sayings she would put on our paperwork. She always had us laughing and made work fun. She will be missed dearly, we love you Cindy. Until we meet again ❤️

- Jennifer Petrell

Cindy was my supervisor for many years. So glad we became friends too. She is an amazing lady! Love her! My sincere and deepest sympathy for her family. 💔😢

- Melinda Layton

Cindy was my supervisor for many years. So glad we became friends too. She is an amazing lady! Love her! My sincere and deepest sympathy for her family. 💔😢

- Melinda Layton

Such a great lady!! Served together in church callings and loved her for all her support in everything. Phil and family, you of course know how much she loves you. We know it's going to be a difficult time for all of you, but you'll have her support no matter where or when.

- Kerry & Joyce Morton

So sorry for your loss April .. stay strong..

- Swetha

So grateful when you moved next door in 1976. 16 years of the best neighbors ever! Our first three kids shared friendships as well. You were like their second parents. We have many sweet memories! The younger three girls loved to go to Party Makers to see Cindy and get a balloon. We all loved it when Cindy would put her arms around us and she truly loved us. Cindy and Phil, you two are the essence of what President Russell M. Nelson has been teaching us; to be kind and accepting of all of God's children. You two have been a blessing to everyone and we can’t even imagine the ripple effect that has happened because of your love and service to others. I am sure the ripples have found their way back to you. We love you guys…🎈❤️🎈❤️🎈

- Deanne Lever

I've had the distinct pleasure of being a family friend of the jacobsons she always treated me with warmth and a welcome heart throughout the years that I had been acquainted with her. I came to find that she was a very loving mother to her children and to her grandchildren. My best friend who is her son-in-law was always able to count on having a warm mother son relationship. And she raised an awesome strong daughter (April) who's always there to help someone if they need it. Sending love Good Vibes and best of blessings.

- Jason Prevost

We were so blessed to have Cindy and Phil as neighbors for so many years and to watch our children grow up together. Our love goes out to Phil and family and we know that the knowledge you have of where she is now along with our Savior atoning love will give you comfort and peace until we are all reunited beyond the veil. What a wonderful example Cindy is of Christlike love.

- Collin and Reena Price

I will always remember Cindy at WJPD with a smile on her face and her desire to help everyone and bring a better day to their lives.

She always went out of her way to fill the need, whatever that might be.

I certainly hope there will a bowl of Halloween candy at her celebration? I knew I could always walk by her office door and find something chocolate ready 24-7. I know she is watching over her families personal and professional.

Very sincerely,
Dave Block

- Dave Block

I am so sorry for your loss. Cindy was a kind and caring person. I was fortune to have worked with her as a crossing guard. I know we miss her, she left behind a legacy and example to follow.

- Debra lu Anderson

Dear Phil and Family:
Cindy was such a beautiful woman physically, mentally and spiritually. I know how much you, Phil, the children, the grandchildren, her Mom and her siblings are missing her already. I can imagine letting her go and wanting her to stay were equally painful for you and for Cindy. Keep this photo close by to help remember the good times and block out the not so good times. My family and I will miss her too. Our Love to all of you.
Aunt Jeanette, Tammy, Sandra, Barbara and Marsha.

- Aunt Jeanette Campbell

Cindy will be missed!! She was my Boss and friend as a West Jordan Crossing Guard.. She loved us.. cared for us.. her door was open to all of us.. She was compassionate and caring..

- Sheila DuBois

My deepest condolences to the family of this wonderful lady..Cindy always smiled, and I never saw anything other than a smile from her, even in the throws of adversity....Her presence before Heavenly Father will bring joy and happiness to the Heavens. Rest easy, sweet Cindy!

- Alan Price

We will miss our wonderful friend Cindy dearly. She was always so gracious and kind to us. May the family find comfort in your pleasant memories of Cindy and in the grace of our loving Savior Jesus Christ who has welcomed her back to a heavenly reunion. God be with you tIll we meet again dear Cindy. The Hemingways

- Randy & Janette Hemingway

I'm so sorry for your loss. May the family find comfort in knowing she is with our Heavenly Father and healed. Love and hugs to all! May God comfort you thru this time. God bless

- Rebecca kirby

Cindy fly with the angels be free and watch over us. Thank you for your friendship and kindness. Always willing to lend a hand. Cindy and Phil both a dynamic duo. Thoughts and prayers for the family.

- Jackie and Burdette Shumway

Our thoughts and Prayers our with you. She was a great lady and will be missed.
She was always willing to jump in and help whenever there was something to do.

- Russ and Linda Lindeman

We are truly sorry for your loss of such a beautiful person. An angel has joined Heavenly Father.

- Barbara and Dennis Grieder

Cindy was awesome boss. And more like a friend to all . She will be missed sorry for the family’s loss.

- Rita Hansen