“Dear Doug and Family: I just read about Cynthia. While I did not get to meet her, knowing you, I know she had to be a great person and will be missed greatly. You and your family have my deepest sympathy. Teri (Ford) Metter
“Doug, Maggie and Olivia,
Cindy was a great person, awesome soccer coach . She will be greatly missed. You and your family are in our prayers.
“Dear Doug, Maggie and Olivia:
I just heard about Cindy and my prayers are with you. She was a very special and dedicated mom. She was always smiling and friendly when she was dropping Maggie off at preschool. (Unfortunately I was not at PPN when Olivia ws there.) I also remember the time I came for Xmas services at St. John's and she was so welcoming to my son and myself. She did a lot of great work with the children and will not be forgotten for her hard work and kindess.
“She touched the lives of so many. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time. In this time of sorrow, I pray for peace, love and acceptance. I know that she would want us to have fond memories of her and to heal from this tragic loss. You have an angel watching over you.
“Dear Doug - I was deeply saddened to hear about Cindy. You, your girls, and Cindy's family will all be in my prayers. I hope that knowing others care about you and are thinking about you at this difficult time will offer some level of comfort. Having lost the love of my life exactly one year ago today to breast cancer, I can tell you it is very hard to carry on; but somehow, especially with the love and support of your family and friends, you find the strength. We were both very fortunate...
“Dear Doug, Olivia, and Maggie, My thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of Cindy's family during this difficult time. I will remember her fun personality that was displayed often when she would bring the girls to preschool.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Jim and Sonja Rudny and Family, Naperville, IL
“Please know we are thinking of you and your family during this time. We will continue to pray for strength for all of you.
“Life is a beautiful journey, it takes us on many paths, fills it with wonderful memories and connects us with special friends and loved ones. It is up to all of us to keep the journey alive and never, ever, forget those who are special enough to cross our paths. God will keep Cynthia safe until she is reunited with all those who were honored to know her. Our prayers go out to her family.(Dr.Wright and The Wright Center for Women's Health Staff)
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Thompson-Berry, Cynthia Kay Age 47 of Naperville, died Tuesday, October 29, 2013, at Edward Hospital, Naperville, following an extended battle with cancer. Visitation will be from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 3, at Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 5015 Lincoln Avenue, Lisle. Funeral...Read More