Cynthia Olga Wilson (1966 - 2016)

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Cynthia Olga Wilson of Redwood City, CA, passed away on May 7, 2016 in Palo Alto, CA at the age of 50. She leaves behind her life partner, John Philippe Kieslzina , her parents, her siblings, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and countless friends from around the world.

Cindy Wilson graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School 1983. She received her BA from California State University, Chinco, CA. In 2013, she obtained her MBA at Standford, St. Mary's College. She met JP nine years ago in San Diego. Both enjoyed traveling to foreign countries. JP and Cindy were always doing hiking, cross-country skiing and running. Both really enjoyed a relaxing Sunday brunch in the sun. Cindy was proud of her Alaska Native Heritage-Tlingit Tribe.

Cindy was born on April 23, 1966 in Juneau, AK to Lois Wilson (Dakl'aweidi`) and Raymond Wilson (Kiks.adi), two brothers and two sisters: Lee Wilson-Juneau, AK; Jim Wilson-Sioux Falls, SD; Valerie Wilson-Juneau, AK; and Robin Wilson-San Diego, CA. She also had three nieces: Brittney Wilson (Jim); Amber and Amanda Dhaenens (Valerie).

We are having a Celebration of Life for Cindy at Skylawn Memorial Park near Half Moon Bay, CA. Please use the following link to read more about Cindy Wilson:
Published in The Juneau Empire from May 20 to June 19, 2016