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February 19, 2013
Hi Cindy,

Enjoy where you are and we will meet again - hope you are negotiating a great place with a great view for me. I didn't know you long, but it didn't seem to matter. Your friendship was so easily and gracefully given. thank you.
February 18, 2013
In Seattle, Cynthia invited us to join the Around the Sound Gourmet Group. She and Art became our dear friends, and we will hold them both in our hearts for the rest of our lives.
February 18, 2013
I had not seen Cindy since a high school reunion years ago. Hard to believe someone with so much life and energy is gone. My prayers for healing hearts go out to her family.
February 17, 2013
Art,

We have you and all of Cynthia's family in our prayers. Cynthia was such a joy to us, and we will remember her always. God bless you. Love. Bonnie and Mike Leshner
February 17, 2013
Cynthia will be sorely missed by everyone who knew her. She had the most positive and upbeat attitude of anyone I had ever known. She never stopped working-she always treated everyone she knew with respect and patience.
If you had the pleasure of being in her company, you knew in a short time how. Very much she loved her husband and son and the love of her life Grandaughter.
I only knew Cynthia for a short while but she made a profound impact on my life-one I will cherish forever.
my thoughts and prayers are with her family

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