Cynthia-Doherty-Obituary

Cynthia E. Doherty

Portland, Maine

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Cynthia E. Doherty, 55     CASCO -- Cynthia E. Doherty, 55, died Wednesday evening Aug. 30, 2006, at her home on Libby Road in Casco with her family by her side.     Cynthia was born in Portland on June 30, 1951, a daughter of Everett and Beatrice Southard Smith Jr. She was educated in Portland...

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Cindy, You will be missed. Thank you for the laughs over the years as our children grew together and got on their feet. We will always be sure that our grandchildren remember their Grammie and how much you loved them. Rest well!!

I am so sorry for your loss.My deepest sympathy's go out to all the family.I will remember the good times we had when you came to visit us in St.Albans.

Mom, Im so proud of you on such a great job you done fighting as long as you have. I feel so empty inside miss calling you hearing your voice at night telling each other how our days went. Mom I really miss you and cant stop askin WHY YOU! I hate to say this mom but its too late for you but someday we'll find a cure for this and no other loven person like you deserves the pain you went threw each and everyday. MOM your the world and I will always be so proud of you,I love you so very much.....

Cindy-Mom With Love
from the first moment your son introduce us, Ive never felt so wanted,how you made me feel at home all worm and cozy. I remmber the times walking into your home and you would ask hows things going? You always new when there was something wrong we would talk and you would do your best to listen which you were a great listner try to make things better I cant thank you enough for that cause something I dont think we would of got threw the stuff we did with you!
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Sorry to hear of Cyndy's passing

Our love and prayers are for the family-
Growing up with our cousins Cyndy, Brenda & Susie was pure pleasure The fond memories of Thanksgiving dinners when our families would gather together will be us forever Aunt Bea's Sunday boiled dinners were a favorite-- As you know I didn't have any sisters, but I always felt more like a sister when I was surrounded by Cyndy, Brenda & Susie
- Cynthia your open caring heart will ring...

Mom you were my best friend and I will miss you so much! I'm not sure how to go on with out you I feel so lost and empty now. You taught me to stand proud and never be ashamed of who I was. For that I will always be greatful! Our time together was cut too short. I so wish there was more time, but please know I will pass on to your grand children all you have passed on to me, especially that no matter what family comes first and that there is nothing more precious then family! You are by far...

We're so very sorry to hear of Cindy's passing. I have a lot of good memories of when I stayed with her & her family. Our prayers are with all of you. Love Mike & Ellen Russell

Gram,
I love you so much and miss you. None of us will ever forget you. I will always remember the raccoons. I am glad your no longer suffering but I am so sad to no longer have you in my life. You will always be remembered and always thought of. I love you,
Nikki

So sorry to hear of Cindy's passing.
Our sympathy to the children and families. We haven't gotten together for a very long time but we did have a great time at our house in St. Albans that winter when you all came.