Cynthia Clark

Syracuse, New York


Send Flowers

Cynthia A. Clark January 10, 2019 Cynthia A. Clark, 60 , passed away Thursday surrounded by her family. Cindy was born in Syracuse the daughter of Edwin and Kathleen Yager, and lived in the Lakeland area all her life. Cindy was employed with Syracuse University for many years. She enjoyed...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Prayers for all of Cindy's family so sorry to hear of her passing.I remember Cindy's smile & laugh from our days at Key Bank so long ago. May the many memories of happier times get everyone through the coming days.

My sincerest condolences to Andy and the family

Cindy was the sweetest, kindest, and funniest person...she loved her family so much and doing right by others. I am so sorry for your loss, Clark Family. Please know Cindy was loved, respected, and appreciated at work. She taught me how to laugh & smile at silly work situations and she will always be a part of our work family. She will be missed. What a great lady.

much love to all who knew and loved Cindy

I cannot express in words enough for how sorry we are for your loss. Cindy was the sweetest kindest person. We were the our kids played football together friends. Then as they grew we were the see each other in the store friends. then the last 8 months we were the see each other at Brittonfield friends as seemed like her and my husband always had the same days. we would chat and compare notes and just chat about other than the bad stuff. I will miss running into her at the store. I will miss...

Andy, Adam, Andrew & Family, Mike & I are just so devastated over the loss of Cindy.. She was so kind & special. Sending our Love, Thoughts & Prayers..Love, Mike & Bev

What a wonderful lady. I'm so sad and I feel so bad for the family. My thoughts are with them and I will never forget a good friend.

Thinking & praying for the Clark family during this difficult time. Aunt Cindy was a sweet, kind hearted person that will be missed by many...
Mary Beth Ritchie

Thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort as you remember Cindy. I really enjoyed working with her.