Cindy is in the hearts of anyone she ever worked with, played with and loved - she was just that special. She will be deeply missed. My deepest condolences Pat and XiXi.
Patrick and XiXi, our deepest condolences goes out to your family from ours. We were devastated to hear.
DeJuan and Bernice Wynn and the staff at Wynn Optics
Our only regret, is that we didn't get to know Cindy as intimately as we would have liked. Now she is gone, and we can only hope that her life continues in the splendor that she deserves. Continued love and support to Patrick, and precious XiXi.
Cindy is a gift from God.
Allison Bailey MacEachron
Pat: My sincere condolences to you and your families. Joyce Heinrich
Cindy was a special person that God put on this earth. She was always positive and focused on the right things in life. She was a joy to work with and even though we only saw each other occasionally over the years we'd always pick back up talking about our families. My thoughts and prayers are with Pat and XiXi.
Prayers for Cindy's family and friends. Hoping that wonderful memories will comfort you.
Thinking of you Patrick and XiXi.
Cindy has made the world a better place with her positive caring bright personality. She will always have a special place in our hearts. She was a shining star and inspired me and I can imagine so many more.
To the KLAJA family
My condolences over the passing of Cindy. I only knew Cindy from our high school years sharing the same homeroom together. Cindy also knew my late uncle Rev. John Keane who was stationed at St. Winifred's where Cindy grew up. Cindy was a fun loving and passionate person in high school. She continued her passions as she moved on with her life. She will be terribly missed by all. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family at this time
I worked with Cindy during her time at GSK in Canada, she was a simply marvelous individual, passionate about what truly mattered , both in career and in life...we will miss her
Kim Van Horn
Cindy is a star and a fantastic individual. We will always remember her incredible strength and positive attitude. Suzanne Lazaroff
Cindy, we'll miss you always.
While I only worked with Cindy for a short time at GSK, she made a lasting impression that stayed with me and so many others. She was the consummate professional, and found a way to make everything enjoyable no matter how difficult the situation. But perhaps her most significant legacy was the meaningful influence she had on her interests beyond work. Her life may have been shorter than many, but her life was certainly fuller than most. My thoughts and prayers are with Pat, XiXi, and family. God Bless You, Cindy.
I haven't seen Cindy since high school home room. She always smiled and said hi to me. High school had many family problems for me. Mornings were always emotional. Cindy always smiled and said hello to me. She was a bright spot in my life for 4 years. She continued through her life to keep smiling and bring joy and love to those around her. I am so saddened to hear of her passing. Too young to be gone. She is in heaven with our other classmates. My best friend of 37 years Mary Ann Wissler from our class of 79 is in heaven with Cindy to watch us and guide us through our lives. Cindy, your smile lives on in our hearts and minds. Thank you for being part of high school, memories that I cherish. You are now an angel perched on your daughters shoulder.
Mt. Lebanon class of 79
Cindy will live on in the many people whose lives she touched. We are better for having known her. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
I was shocked and saddened to hear the tragic news of Cindy's passing. I can hear you just saying, Cin let's go we are running late. She was an amazing person. Patrick I am so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and XiXi.
Cindy is undoubtedly better off. We are not.
Happy memories of Cindy through grade school at St Winifred's. Much too young to lose her. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.
My heart goes out to her friends and family. I will say, when I think of her, I think of that incredible smile, fantastic attitude, and warm hearted spirit. I am glad to have had the chance to know her.
I went to St. Winifred's with Cindy. Sorry to hear of her passing...may God carry you through this difficult time. Laurie Ohleger
Cindy was always smiling; always positive; always encouraging; always loving. Every interaction with her left me with so much energy! And I see by the loving words from others that I was not alone. Thank you Cindy for the incredibly positive energy you shared with all who knew you. Pat and Xi Xi, my deepest condolences. With love.
Cindy was always a bright spot in a bleak landscape. I worked with Cindy on a number of projects and you could never give her a challenge too big. She was always ready to take on the biggest, toughest projects -- and to do it with a smile and enthusiasm. You always felt anything was possible when you were working with Cindy.
Cindy brightened the lives of everyone who was privileged to know her, including me. Her warmth, energy, and love of life will be an inspiration to me always. We miss you, Cin.
There is no brighter light in heaven than Cindy. I came across a card that read, " Some people just live life...others illuminate it." Cindy illuminated everything and everyone that she touched. She gave so much to so many and we are grateful for every moment spent with her. I will miss my "big sister", her bright eyes, sparkling wit, gorgeous grin and the relentless support that she so selflessly gave to all of us. My heartfelt condolences to Pat, XiXi and Cindy's family. She was truly one in a million.
With love and admiration,
Cindy, I will always remember you as a bubbly cheerful beautiful person. Your work will be well rewarded in heaven, and through the lives your work has changed. God Bless you. My deepest condolences to you Patrick, your daughter and all the family.
So sorry to hear about Cindy. Too young to be gone so soon. She always had a ready smile for everyone.
Your family is in our prayers.
Diane Cup Gibson
I haven't spoke to Cindy since high school, but we sat next to each other for four years. She was a truly remarkable person then and clearly continued to be a wonderful person throughout her life. The world lost a really great person and she will be missed by anyone who was ever fortunate enough to have had their life be touched by Cindy.