Cynthia Bierman
1953 - 2020
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Cynthia Bierman

Des Moines - Cynthia May Bierman, 66, of Des Moines, Iowa, joined her sistren angels on March 17, 2020. Cynthia was born May 24, 1953 in Jefferson, Iowa to Lee and Gladys King of Churdan, Iowa. She loved the farm life, and was active in 4-H. She fondly remembered the frequent visits from numerous cousins, and a family trip to Alaska. Cynthia moved to Des Moines in 1971 to attend AIB, then began her 48-year career in insurance and investments, retiring just last week. In 1988, Cynthia married Calvin Bierman of Des Moines, and took the first of several trips to Walt Disney World. In later years, they traveled to Los Angeles, and discovered the joy of cruising to the Caribbean. Cynthia was an avid reader of romance novels and crime fiction. Cynthia enjoyed attending plays, and traveling to concerts across the Midwest. Cynthia also shared her love of Christmas, and would listen to holiday music all year long. Cynthia was preceded in death by her parents, Lee and Gladys King, and her brother Wayne. She is survived by her husband Calvin, her brother Gary of Urbandale, and her sister Darlene of Pharr, Texas. Contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to the Churdan United Methodist Church. Cynthia's infectious laugh, genuine concern for others, and loving spirit will be missed by many.

A public graveside services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday at the Highland Cemetery in Churdan. The Brown Funeral Home of Jefferson is assisting the family.




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Published in the Des Moines Register from Mar. 20 to Mar. 22, 2020.
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March 22, 2020
Dear Calvin,
I cannot express how deeply sadden Olivia and I were to hear the shocking news of Cynthia's passing.
Having known Cynthia for so many years, I can picture her smiling face ever time I stopped in the office. She was so thoughtful and genuine, in every way possible. She would pin up pictures of some of the office children and of her niece and nephew, at her desk, beaming with joy as she named each one.
Calvin, I pray for strength and peace to embrace you while you deal with this terrible loss. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. A true angel has graced the gates of Heaven.
Love
Caroline
Caroline Compiano
March 22, 2020
Calvin, although we do not know each other personally, Cynthia has shared with me parts of your lives together. She came to the office where I work. She spent time telling me about your travels, concerts you've attended, going to the state fair, and about how you met and your long relationship. She did have a wonderful sweet personality with a warm smile and infectious laughter. God bless you and help you find peace.
Susan Dunsky
March 22, 2020
Sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person and I will miss her smile and laugh.
Hugs and wishing you peace and comfort,
Jodie Warywoda
March 22, 2020
An Angel in Heaven. One of the sweetest. You will watch over Cal in Heaven and we will watch over him down here❤
Mary Day
March 21, 2020
Calvin, I am so sorry for your loss. Cynthia's laugh was infectious. Her sense of humor was fabulous. It was easy to see that she loved you so much.
Carlie Hamilton
March 21, 2020
I always look forward to seeing Cynthia and Calvin stop by my Hyvee deli counter, every Monday night. They're my C&C Music Factory. They're the most adorable couple and genuinely nice people. Cynthia was so sweet and I loved to see how much Calvin loved and adored her. I will miss her deeply.
Brenda Double
Friend
March 21, 2020
I am so sorry Calvin, Cynthia will be missed so much by our office and my family. She lit us up with her contagious laugh and wonderfully positive spirit. She loved talking about Disney World. She told me before our family vacation there to watch the nighttime parade where the floats released fog with fruity smells, it was my kids favorite. I picture her with a piece of paper 2 inches from her eyes trying to read something and laughing as I take credit for her bringing meat wrapped pickles. There wasn't a time she didn't make me smile and I will think of her often. May God bless you Calvin
Dan Porter and family
Dan Porter
March 21, 2020
I'm so glad that Cynthia was there for so many years to bring joy and happiness to Calvin. I'm so glad they got to go on so many adventures together as well as that adventure we call "life". She will always be with Calvin, even if she is no longer there in physical form. She was a best friend for a best friend.
David Thrasher
March 21, 2020
Calvin,

May the Source of Peace send peace to you, to your family, and to your extended family.

With condolences,

Jim Wolf
James Wolf
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