Dearest sympathy to your grief-stricken family. May God provide you with comfort during this very difficult time.
I am sorry to hear about her passing. I always had a great time coming over there and seeing her at the football and basketball games. A wonderful lady.
I am sorry to hear of the death of Cynthia Reeves, a death that came too soon. Even though I did not know her personally, I respect and sympathize with her family. To Jerry, George, Greg, Dave, and other family, you are all class acts, and the amazing person she was shines evident in your lives. An eloquently written obituary.... Carol French
Dear Harrison Family;
I'm so sorry for your loss - this must be so tough. The smile on her face is the way I remember her. Wishing you peace during this difficult time.
Tracey Smith Lyman
George and family,
It was a pleasure to have met Cynthia for a short period of time. I'm lucky to have met her, till the very end. And also to have met you George. Again condolences to all of you.
To Harrison Families,
Our sincere condolences to the Harrison and Reese families. We will missed a wonderful lady.
Class of "54" Chester and Mavis Yamada
Dear Harrison Family,
Cynthia and George were my parent's (Sam and Susan Cochran) Matron of Honor and Best Man at their 1961 wedding. I have beautiful photos of them both. Cynthia is now in a wonderful place with my parents. My love to you all. I know this is a difficult time for all of you. Know your mother/wife was dearly loved.
~Diane Soule (Cochran)
George, I was so sadden to hear of Cynthia's passing. I know you treasure every aspect of your family, as I do mine. I know they will be of great comfort to you, as you will be to them.
You are in our thoughts,
Bob Rath and family
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal". George, our hearts go out to you and your family in your time of sorrow.
Robin and Bill Green
Dear George and family,
Our condolence for your loss of dear Cynthia. Our best-friend relationship since childhood leaves unforgetable memories. May Cynthia rest in peace.
My sincere sympathy to the Harrison and
Colleen Webber Nicholas,Placer Hi 1954
Sorry to hear of a 1954 class mate go with god dear lady. Willie Slade
Dear George and family,
What a devastating loss you have suffered losing Cynthia. We can hardly believe it. For her sake we are very glad she did not suffer months of chemo. However, when we lose someone so fast, it is such a shock and so very hard.
Cynthia was a one-of-a-kind lady who spread her cheer to everyone. She was a wonderful Wife, Mother, and friend. We feel grateful to be among the latter.
You are all in our prayers and we hope you will soon find peace and comfort in the happy memories of the past.
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you, George, and your family. Cynthia was a kind-hearted and beautiful person that we will never forget. Our neighborhood will not be the same without her.
Dear George Sr., George, Greg, David, Katie, I was so saddened to read of Cynthia's heavenly journey. I remember all our Alta Vista, E. V.Cain and swim team times we shared. I always enjoyed Cynthia's sense of humor. I called Christopher, in Boston, and shared with him. He was extremely upset and wanted me to send his sympathies. There are not enough words to express how sorry we are for your tremendous loss. Maybe Cynthia will give Russell a hug from me. God be with each of you. Sincerely, Jacque and Christopher Norris
I am so sorry to hear about Cynthia's passing. It is such a huge loss for family, friends, and the Auburn community.
Carole Murphy Stockbridge
Dear Harrison Family, I was never fortunate enough to have met Cynthia; however, I have always heard what an amazing mother and grandmother she was to all of you. May your cherished memories of her always live on in each of you. My sincere condolences.
To the Harrison Family:
The Kenneth Moore Family extend our heart felt sympathy. Cynthia is missed.
I would like to extend my condolences to the family. Death is never something we get use to. But know during this time you are not alone. Our Creator promises better days ahead. He will give you the strength needed to get through this difficult time.
Mr. Harrison, David and family. So sorry to hear of your loss. I remember Mrs. Harrison working in our classroom at Alta Vista. Such a nice person, even to a brat like me.
My condolences to George and his family. I did not know you mom but she raised an amazing family. Auburnites never forget the special people who have crossed our paths. God Bless
I'm very sorry for your loss. My condolences to the Harrison & Reeves family.
Although I had not had the pleasure of meeting Cynthia personally, I have been able to learn what a superior person she has been in life. To Katy her devoted daughter and to her entire family I wish you all the ability to heal your broken hearts and to always remember the wonderful times spent together with Cynthia. God Bless!
We first met the Harrison Family while we were a part of the Robalos Swim Team - Cynthia was one of the friendliest, most colorful Auburnite. Our earliest memories are of her cheer and support of her children's swimming competitions. We will miss seeing her and send our thoughts and prayers to her Family
George, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of loss. Reading about your mom said alot about who you are as a person. I could see you in the description of your mom. Your friend, Michael Hasaka
George and family, Dave and I are so sad along with you. Cynthia will be missed. You will be in our prayers for a long time to come. Dianne
To Cynthia Reeves Harrison family.
Our condolence for the passage of Cynthia. She was a great lady as well as a teacer and a gifted advisor to her young staff; who often asked her for advice, which she gave generously and always encouraged.
Cynthia was at Placer High during my era and she was active in student body affairs.
May God rest her soul and watch over her family in these difficult times.
George and Family, May you find strength in your memories. Cynthia will always be remembered. Love and hugs, Jeannie and Stuart Helfand
Oh, Cynthia, how we will all miss you at Breakfast Club. Rest in Peace, dear friend...
We will miss Cynthia and her sense of humor; love of life, reading, cards, and playing games; and entertaining friends.
She was a classy lady whom we will always remember with a giggle and a smile.
Judy and Bill Knorp