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September 25, 2018

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December 18, 2017
Great Grandma Cindy was compassionate and kind in each and everything she did. I always loved spending Saturday's at her house when I was younger instead of going to basketball tournaments for my sister's traveling team. She shared her life stories with me such as living in California, working at Hack's Diner, and the small stuff like getting all the grandchildren ready for school in the morning, or that big car crash outside her house. She has always been good at extending hospitality to everyone that visited or lived with her. One of my favorite things that I will remember most about her is how much she cared for her pets. One night when I was sleeping over at her house, she waited over an hour before going to bed to make sure the cat and dog got inside the garage so she could kennel them up to make sure they stayed warm and that they were safe. When the pets finally came in, she giggled and smiled and then said, "Let's get you a treat. You must be freezing." This may seem like nothing to most people, but this is one of the examples of how her compassion and kindness inspired me. I've never heard her say anything bad about anyone, and I've never heard her complain a lot. Her devotion to keeping our family together and conflict free has also been an inspiration to me. She loved having company and always pushed for everyone to stay as long as possible because she cherished family and friendships. Her dedication to being selfless is beyond amazing. Every time she interacted with someone, she always asked how they were and what they were up to because she wanted to make sure everyone was living their life to the fullest. She was loved by so many and she will be dearly missed.