Cynthia L. Wittmer

Raleigh, North Carolina

1953 - 2019


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Cynthia Leigh Wittmer Raleigh Cynthia Leigh Wittmer died peacefully at home on July 20, embraced by her family, after a valiant sixteen-year battle with breast cancer. Born in Raleigh on June 30, 1953 in the old Rex Hospital on Wade Avenue, Cindy was the younger of two daughters of the late...

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Among her many good works,Cindy Wittmer, along with her husband John Sarratt, was a longtime subscriber and donor to the North Carolina Opera. In 2017, she arranged for Parker Poe's sponsorship of a reception at the NC History Museum in support of the Opera's performance of "Cold Mountain."

On behalf of all in the North Carolina Opera family, I wish heartfelt condolences to all of the Sarratt/Wittmer family in this time of their great loss. Cindy will truly be missed.

To The Sarratt/Wittmer Family I so proud to have known Cindy with her infectious smile,kind spirit and warm hugs So I say rest now Cindy your work is complete it's time to collect your reward, just rest and remain Safe in the arms of the Lord

May the God of Comfort provide solace to your family during this difficult time. Cindy will be truly missed. God opened his gates and an Angle walked in...

Dear John and the rest of the family,

I am grateful that I was able to meet such a beautiful loving, caring person. Her smile would light up the room when she walked in!

I will truly miss her and her hugs.

To the Wittmer Family,

I have enjoyed seeing Cynthia coming in for her treatment and shots. She always had the prettiest smile that would light up the room. She had the sweetest spirit and I loved her hugs. She will be truly missed. Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel.

Valerie Flagg
Lab Nurse @Waverly Hematology-Oncology

Heaven has gained one special Angel!

As a classmate of Cindy's from Broughton, I remember her as a very friendly, caring and smart young lady. For her to have been so successful, so accomplished and so loving is not a surprise. So had a way of relating to everyone in such a positive way, which is why she was friends with all walks of life. Cindy was a leader and I'm sure touched many, many lives along the way. It's very sad that she was taken from us, but may the family take solace in her accomplishments and strength during her...