Condolence: Dear Bob and family,
I am so very sad to know of Cindy's passing. In the time I knew her, what I saw was true love -- for her family, for people who needed her, for her faith...she was one of those unforgettable characters who leave an indelible mark on the hearts of all who meet her. I am so grateful we became friends, and that I could somehow be part of this gracious woman's circle. I will never forget her.
Please know that she is in my prayers, always. When I brought her a goodie bag, I told her it was everything she needed in the fight. Little did I know that the only missing item was the one Cindy had enough of for everyone -- COURAGE. She had that, in spades! Knowing her made me a better person, and I know one day I can tell her that when we meet again. For now, I carry her in my heart. Love and prayers of peace and consolation to you , your sons, and their dear families, who Cindy loved so very dearly. God bless all of you, and keep this wonderful woman in his loving care.
Condolence: I’m sorry for your loss of Cindy. I’m met Cindy when I worked at First National Bank of Rochester in Shop City in 1993. We kept in touch by running into one another and Facebook Your family are my thoughts and prayers Sharon
Condolence: Dear Family, I am sooo saddened to read that Cindy has passed away. I shared many years with your Mom/Wife as a classmate at Lyncourt school. It was soooo good to see her again at our Lyncourt reunion a few years ago. I am sooo grateful we could catch up again and shared our many stories and laughs. Please know she spoke with so much love for all of you that night.❤️ She told me she was on of the luckiest ladies in the world. Please know I will keep all of you in my prayers during this difficult time. 🙏🙏🙏
Condolence: Bob, my fondest memory of Cindy was her ability to feed a crowd with her delicious food. It brings a smile to my face for sure. My thoughts are with you and your family for your continued healing and strength.
Bob, so saddened to hear that Cindy has passed.
Cindy fought a good fight and now her work on this earth was completed!
I’ve known Cindy since we were 5 years old! I can remember sleep overs at her house on Swansea Ave and at my childhood home.
We grew up as friends, went to high school together.
Got you meet you after you were married, watched your sons grow up.
You and Cindy helped me move a few times while I was living in Syracuse.
I used to stop by your house for conversations as adults.
Cindy was a very compassionate, great sense of humor, loving, strong woman.
We could go months, sometimes years without seeing each other and then just pick up like it was yesterday!
Cherish your memories!
May peace be in your heart and the whole family during this time!