Cynthia Lee Easton
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Cynthia Lee Easton

In Loving Memory

Born June 14, 1962 in Renton, WA died peacefully at home September 2, 2013 in Shoreline, WA.

Survived by her husband, Dugal, daughter Carrie, and sons Ian, Angus, and Andrew, and her six sisters and brothers.

Memorial service to be held 2:00 p.m. September 28th, at University Lutheran Church, 1604 NE 50th St., Seattle, WA.

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Published in The Seattle Times from Sep. 13 to Sep. 14, 2013.
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September 28, 2013
I haven't seen you kids since you were very young. I do, however, remember your mother, Cindy. Always a delightful person with a great sense of humor and a wonderful giggle! She was such a loving and caring person and she loved all of you and your father very, very much. Please honor her memory daily in your words, deeds and thoughts.
Love and Light,
Susan Shrewsbury
September 26, 2013
Dugal, Ian, Andrew, Angus, and Carrie;

We are so sad to hear of Cindy's passing. She was a lovely person. Our thoughts are with you.
Doug,Norma & Matthew Middleton
September 25, 2013
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Northwest Pediatric Dentistry
September 17, 2013
Your Mother was the most entertaining and fun loving person I worked with. She always had some trivial information to tell you and there was'nt a day that went by that she would come up with some funny way of looking at something. She will be missed at work and she was always proud of her children.
Katherine Moore
September 17, 2013
Blessings to Cindy and her family
Gini Kate Alexander
September 17, 2013
Dugal and family, Our thoughts are with you at this very sad time. Cindy was a lovely and loving person who, I know, will be more than missed. She leaves a beautiful family behind her. Sending you love, Gini Kate and Shanon Lee
Gini Kate Alexander
September 16, 2013
Aunt Cindy will be greatly missed, she brought such joy with her excellent humor and bright, energetic smile. With fond memories and sympathy, my love and prayers go with Uncle Dugal, Carrie, Ian, Angus and Andrew.
Shawna Riel
September 16, 2013
Carrie, Andrew, Ian, & Angus, I feel very lucky to have known your mother. She was a fun loving person. Always a smile and a kind word. She loved all of you and was so very proud of all your acheivements. I know that the future looks dim right now, but remember that all your mom wanted for all of you was to be happy and sucesful in whatever you choose to do. Let her spirit help and guide you as you move on in life. We all will miss her greatly.
Diane Snyder
September 15, 2013
Ian, Andrew, Angus and Carrie,

Your grief must be tremendous. I am so so sorry that you have lost your mom. Your memories of her are plentiful I am sure and are yours forever. You are fortunate to have a such a loving father. Your mom was a bright spot, full of energy and was smiling every time I saw her. I remember going with your mom and Carrie to a Girl Scout or Campfire meeting to do a networking demonstration and Cindy suggested we turn all the participants into network devices to show how data moved across an Ethernet or Token Ring network. We had all the girls say Ping every time the Token packet came to them and then did a broadcast network thing where everybody was pinging as fast as they could say was a great idea and we laughed the whole time! I will miss her like so many. If you need anything, your father knows how to reach me. My family stands ready to help in any way we can.

God Bless You,

John, Jenny, Spencer and Adrian Mitchell
John Mitchell
September 15, 2013
Dugal, Carrie, Ian, Angus, and Andrew, our hearts go out to you in sympathy. Wife, mother, sister, sister-in-law, friend... Cindy will be in our hearts and memories forever!
Brian and Kim Riel
September 15, 2013
I never had the pleasure of meeting Cynthia in person, which seems odd because I have a picture of myself as a small child with Dugal. I also have a wonderful, oval basket that Cynthia made and sent to us many years ago. I wish that I could have met the maker, to know the special personality to go with such a special, object.
With deepest sympathy and love,
Barbara Kelley Hoffmann
September 15, 2013
Sorry to hear about your lost.
Randy Easton
September 14, 2013
Ian, Andrew, and Angus...your mom did a good job raising you.

Dugal, our deepest thoughts of kindness are sent your way.

Andrew-Ian-Angus...we have found enjoyment in all three of you over the years...from the Baby Castle with nacho cheese to a good game of Pinochle...and of course your costumes at Stephanie's Halloween parties. You guys are good people, remember what your mom taught you and it will take you far in life.
The Harvey family
September 14, 2013
we all miss and love you so much.
your family
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