“My thought and prayers go to the family and friends of Cindy. Cindy smile could light up a room. Cindy will be missed by all.
“Cindy was such a bright light in my life during and after the years we worked together at Mercy. I can't believe she is gone and it breaks my heart. My deepest sympathies to Scott and her girls, whom she adored.
“Dear Family of Cindy,
I am deeply sorry to read about Cindy's passing. I worked with her at Mercy Center and dearly loved her. She was always so willing to help everyone. I have very fond memories of times spent with her. May the Lord be will all of you at this time of sorrow. You will all be in my prayers.
“I worked with Cindy for several years at the hospital.She was always such a wonderful happy person & will be truly missed
“My prayers go out to all of Cindy's family I had the pleasure of working with Cindy at Mercy. She was always a happy person and fun to be around
“I am so sorry to hear about Cindy. I worked with her for a couple years at Mercy, she would always brighten my day. My thoughts are with you and your family.
“I am so saddened to hear of your loss. Cindy and I were good friends in the younger years.
“Such a sad day......... we all are better off for knowing Cindy. Cindy was great to work with at Provena Mercy, she had such an infectious smile. She always greeted my Dad at Cardiac Rehab with the biggest smile and motivated him when he didn't feel like being there. Her love of Life was evident when she talked about her Family and critters. May her Family find comfort in the many tributes of Cindy's life. Marti Bennett- Tampa, Fl.
Gutzwiler-McNelis, Cindy Ann Age 51, of Dixon, IL passed away on Monday, June 30, 2014 at her home. She was born on October 11, 1962 in Aurora, IL, the daughter of Wayne and Patricia Joy (Hannie) Gutzwiler. Cindy was united in marriage in January of 1997 in Yorkville, IL to Robert Scott McNelis...Read More