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Cynthia Wallisch Obituary
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December 21, 2014

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February 24, 2014
Cindy, I will miss you. My favorite thing about you, in spite of all your struggles, was your razor-sharp wit. You made me laugh until I cried sometimes. I loved that we could have laughing fits together. I'll miss your tender heart and your no-nonsense way of looking at life. I am a better person for having known you - a much better person, you taught me so much. Your heart was always looking out for others, trying to better the lives of anyone around you. You spoke up for people who didn't have or couldn't let their voices be heard. I pray that you are running free and riding your bike in Heaven as I type this. You deserve it more than anyone I've ever known. I love you.
February 23, 2014
THIS IS A MESSAGE FROM THE CLAREMONT 1ST FLOOR STAFF:-
IT WAS A JOY TAKING CARE OF YOU. WE WILL MISS YOUR SMILE, HUGS, SWEETNESS AND APPRECIATION FOR ALL WE DID FOR YOU (EVEN THOUGH IT WAS OUR DUTY TO DO SO). FELLOW RESIDENTS MISS YOU MORE...REMEBER YOUR FRIENDS IN THE DINING ROOM (YOUR TABLE WITH CELIA, GERTRUDE, AND BESS). THERE IS NO DOUBT IT WILL BE VERY DIFFERENT WITHOUT YOU. OUR CONDOLENCES TO YOUR WONDERFUL FAMILY WHO HELPED US TAKE CARE OF YOU DURING THOSE FINAL DAYS.
R.I.P CINDY............
February 23, 2014
This is Sheryl, a friend of Cynthia's who worked at her home for a short time. I just wanted you to know that Cynthia had a profound impact on my life. Despite her challenges, she remained upbeat and forward-thinking, concerned about advocacy for the disabled, and she was a loving and kind spirit who accepted others unconditionally -- a rare trait. I will NEVER forget her! Please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss.
February 23, 2014
Cindy struggled for change; her goal was to make things better for others; with selfless determination... at times putting herself at risk. To some, who were with during her struggles, she may be remembered as an ideal representation of her generation. To most who knew her, she may be remembered as someone who did affect change; a woman who actually did make the world a better place. To me, I was fortunate to know Cindy her last two years … where even struggling with cancer, she found the strength to be a voice for the rights of people in her community.

Thank you Cindy.

Rich
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