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Cyndi Terese Garcia-Posey Obituary
1959 – 2014

Cyndi Terese Garcia-Posey, 55, passed away on Friday, December 12, 2014 after a more than four year battle with breast cancer. She was born in 1959 in Hollywood, CA. She graduated from Fontana High School in Fontana, CA. She studied Kinesiology at UCLA and was working in that field when she met her husband, John, in 1990.

Several years later she became a business and guidance manager to her young son, Tyler, as he began his acting career in the entertainment business. She and Tyler traveled North America together for ten years, working in television and film. She also found time to be a team mom during son Jesse's youth baseball career.

Due to the family involvement in the entertainment business, Cyndi homeschooled both boys. She also counseled numerous other families seeking guidance for their children's entertainment careers.

She later turned to screenplay writing with her husband and was a life-long artist and crafter, who taught classes through her Santa Clarita Craft Lab.

Recently Cyndi joined It Works Global, a health and wellness company, as an independent distributor and was enjoying great success there when stricken.

A resident of Santa Clarita for 25 years, Cyndi leaves behind three sons: Derek, 34, a health and wellness distributor; Tyler, 23, an actor; Jesse, 20, a college student and baseball player. She also leaves behind her husband, John, an actor-writer.

Cyndi had a huge heart and possibly an even bigger smile and was a true inspiration to the many hundreds of people whose paths she crossed in life. She had an endless passion for life and happiness. And she loved to dance. Oh ~how she loved to dance!

The Signal, December 28, 2014
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Published on signalscv.com December 28, 2014 to January 3, 2015
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