Cynthia M. Shadursky

Richfield, Minnesota

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So sad to hear of Cindy's death, she was the hardest worker with lots of smiles for everyone Ellen Pochay and Phil Pochay Chelsea, Michigan

I only new you for a short time but I will miss your endless smiles. It was my pleasure caring for you... I will truly miss seeing your smiling face.

I'm so sorry for your loss Heather. My heart goes out to you and your family.

I so miss Cindy's smiling face and positive attitude at the Deli. She will be missed by all of us. I am so sorry for your loss. Miss talking about up North. Praying for you at this difficult time. Angie Nyamburi of Wells Fargo Insurance Bloomington

What a woman, Cindy was, and what an impact she made on every person she came into contact with. She was courageous, kind and generous. I will always remember her strength, and she has and will remain a strong presence in my life. I talk of her often, reminding myself and others to be grateful and that no matter what the circumstances life throws at us, unrelenting as it may seem at times, there is always time for a kind word and most importantly, a smile. Love, love, love mama Cindy. Rest in...

Sorry Pete and Heather to hear about Cindys passing. Memories of us bowling over the summer's were fun and Cindy certainly was one of a kind. There is no one who has ever been like she was, you just never knew what was going to be next with her and if you thought you did know, you were wrong cause she would surprise you with something else. We will be thinking of you in these sad times. Wish we could be there.


Cynthia's Obituary

Cynthia Shadursky passed away in Richfield, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Cynthia are being provided by Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on April 17, 2013.