Cinnamon Rebekah Blackman

Cinnamon Rebekah Blackman, 44 of Mt. Jackson, died Friday, November 20, 2015 at her home.

Mrs. Blackman was born May 23, 1971 in Norfolk, daughter of Diane Shelley Holley of New Market and Frederick Holley of Timberville.

She was a member of Mount Jackson United Methodist Church.

She was married July 29, 1995 to C. Brian Blackman who survives. Also surviving are two daughters, England Holley of New Market and Rumour Elizabeth Blackman of Mt. Jackson; a sister, Michelle Lung of Schwenksville, PA; a brother, Brian Holley of Virginia Beach; and a grandson, Gabriel Norris.

Services will be at a later date.

Arrangements are by Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson,

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7 Condolences to Cinnamon Rebekah Blackman

  1. George Bernhard says:

    Brian and Fred
    Really some sad news of Cinnamon
    With deepest sympathy
    George

  2. Dawn B. (Mar Cor) says:

    Brian, Fred and family… So very saddened to hear of Cinnamon’s sudden passing. My deepest condolences to you, Brian, and the family.

  3. Megan Kato says:

    I’m so sorry to hear that Cinnamon has passed. If she was anything like Rumour, she must have been a great person. Sending my deepest condolences to you and your family in your time of grief.

  4. Bonnie Green says:

    I am shocked & saddened at the passing of a young girl I used to say looked like Suzanne Somers. Michelle, Brian, Fred, Diane, my heart is broken for you. It’s hard to go through such a loss and I am so sorry you all are going through this. I am available for whatever you might need. Please know that she is with God now. I love you all.

  5. Bill and Elaine Eckard says:

    Brian and family, we are so sorry to hear of Cinnamon’s passing. God’s comfort will help you during this very sad time, and He will be with you in the months to come. Our love and prayers are with you.

  6. Robert and Linda Chaffee says:

    we were so sorry to hear of your loss, we will be praying for you now and in the time ahead. sending you our love and prayers.

  7. Brian Blackman says:

    Thanks to everyone for the cards and support. This was a real shock. Having friends and family wishing well and visiting, have helped us, getting thru this just a little easier. Which means a lot. Here is the last verse she had marked in her Bible. Psalm 2 v12 “Blessed are all those who put there trust in him”.