Cynthia and I met when we were teenagers at Sheldon-Williams Collegiate in Regina, and quickly became friends. Having a close friendship for almost 50 years, we really became more like sisters.
Cynthia was a caring, intelligent, and thoughtful soul, and always liked to help others.
Cynthia, I am deeply grateful for your friendship, support and love you gave me over the years. I will forever cherish our visits, the special times we had together, trips, concerts, and dinners.
It is very sad that you left us too soon, but I am thankful you are no longer suffering and safe in the arms of God. It is also comforting to know you will be happily reunited with your parents and other family.
Until we meet again best friend, may you be eternally blessed.
We met Cynthia and Ron twenty years ago when we moved into the Evergreen area. They were neighbours on our street and soon got to be our friends. Cynthia loved going out with the 'street ladies', as we neighbours called ourselves: Linda, Janet, Anne, Charmaine, and me, Fran. We shared laughter, memories, and many good times. Sometimes we took the spouses along and had more good times! Cynthia we like to think of you now as no longer in pain, and smiling once again as you did in those happy days. Our deepest sympathies to loving husband Ron and all the family in Regina. Cynthia's beautiful spirit and sweet presence will live on forever in all our hearts.