Cynthia Lee Douglas

Los Angeles, California

1962 - 2017

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My deepest condolences for your loss. May the God of all comfort be you stronghold during this difficult time.
Psalm 18:2

I am so saddened to hear of your loss. I remember the days at St Finbar and your mom and my mom being apart of many activities. One year Cyndi won a new 20 speed bicycle for the candy drive at school. Some of us girls took a trip to Hawaii in High School. And I always remember you lived next door to Sharon Chandler. I pray for your family and that you are free and at peace with our Lord in Heaven.

May fond Memories of Cynthia last forever, may Almighty God comfort you all in your time of sorrow as you all continue to mourn her passing.

With my deepest sympathy on the loss of your dear loved one. May it comfort you to know that Cyndi will return to the days of her youthful vigor as promised at Job 33:25.

Cyndi I will miss u!!! I loved u so much and always will I know Linda you!and I will look down on me. We had a lot of good times together. As everybody called u Cyndi babe! I will miss u much!! U are resting with the angels!!! Love Nicole Lohe ur cousin xoxo rest in piece. Xoxo I will remember that smile and u making me laugh with ur favorite word dreaded!!!

Dear Cyndi, although we lost touch after high school, there were many fun times we shared. You are a bright, bright spot in my high school memories and will always be remembered for your legacy of love. Till we meet again...

I cannot begin to say how very sorry I am to hear of Cyndi's passing. She was a dear friend... I lost touch with her in the early 2000s, however we had so many beautiful times we spent a tremendous amount of time together in high school. And shared many wonderful trips to Utah with fellow friends and with her dad who I got to know very well. I will never forget skiing down the slopes of Utah and mammoth with her, as well as many parties in Westwood and going out to lunch every day in high...

My family sends our sincere condolences for your loss. May happy memories of your loved one and the words of Isaiah 57:15 provide you with much comfort.

You will always live in our hearts and prayers.


Cynthia's Obituaries

October 8, 1962 - October 14, 2017 Cynthia Lee Douglas "Cyndi" (née Spang) died peacefully in Burbank on Oct.14, 2017, at the age of 55. Cyndi is survived by her brother Ron Spang (Deborah), nieces Jennifer Muhlenbruck (Chad) and Kimberly Biondolillo, and former husband Chuck Douglas....

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