Condolence & Memory Journal


Happy Nurses Day in heaven Cindy- I miss you ..... you were the best ♥

Posted by Deborah Ellis-Nailor - Henniker, NH - friend   May 06, 2020

I met Cindy years ago when I was a worship leader at a church. She always sat in the back pew against the wall and I asked one day why she always sat back there and her response was that her legs were too long to sit in the regular pews. She definitely had some long legs!! When I would play upbeat music, I would see Cindy in the back tapping her foot, & nodding her head to the beat, until one day she caught me by surprise. I looked up and there she was, in all her tallness glory, dancing to a song called, Dancing With Jesus, how fitting and precious to see her with such joy on her face and freedom in her heart ♥. I will miss your smile and our talks my friend, it has been blessing to have known you!

Posted by Christi Racine - Windsor - Friend   April 13, 2020

I am saddened by the news of Cindy passing. I worked several years with her at the New England College Health and Wellness Center. She had a kind heart, loving spirit and loved helping the students. She loved to joke with them to put them at ease during their appointments.
Margie Lindsley

Posted by Margie Lindsley - Concord, NH - Friend   April 09, 2020

Very saddened to get the news of Cindy's passing. We worked at New England College together for 7+ years. We were a strong team, and both graduated with our Bachelors Degree while working full time at the Health Center. She had amazing clinical skills, connected easily with the students and fiercely advocated for the students when illness was priority over studies and sports. I had so many nicknames for her and she tolerated my sense of humor daily. Shortly after I left NEC, Cindy moved on to Spaulding Youth Center and continued to advocate and grow with that student population. She very much respected her co-workers at Spaulding and loved the children who attended. She frequently shared stories of her admiration for Kay and the nursing team. Cindy was a quiet spirit with nothing but good intentions to help others. My family enjoyed both Cindy and Terry and the many outings we shared with fishing and yard sales and both could be counted on at the drop of a phone call. Fly high Cindy Lou Who...Cindy Ann Cleaners...Cinnamon roll- you were a dedicated, one of a kind friend, coworker, and RN. I will miss you forever - Love, Debi and Joshua

Posted by Deborah Ellis-Nailor - Henniker, NH - Friend   April 05, 2020

A loss to those who knew her. Cindy was a true caregiver and faithful friend. She was always ready to meet a need. In the lives of my family, she provided shelter, meals and even medical supplies. She was quick to open her home and heart to those Father brought to her, even to the detriment of her own health. She will be missed.

Posted by Diana MacDonald - Newport, NH - Friend   April 02, 2020

I am very sad to hear of Cindy's passing. She became like family to me and I got to spend lots of time at her house in Hillsborough. Whether she was putting me to work around the house or we were fishing on the lake I will always have fond memories of the over 20 years I knew her. My condolences to her Mom and brother and may she rest in peace.

Posted by Jamie Abood - Bow, NH - Friend   March 31, 2020

New Cindy , we were classmates in jr High in Weare New Hampshire
She loved sports & played sports in school. She was a kind person
So sad to hear she's passed

Posted by Barbara Hudgens - Jacksonville, FL   March 30, 2020

I got to travel to NH a few years back. I had the pleasure of meeting Cindy. My heart and prayers go out to her family and friends.

Posted by Joanne Fletcher - Acquaintance   March 29, 2020

I am so sad to hear of Cindy's passing. When working with Cindy at Spaulding Youth Center it was clear that she loved being a nurse to kids. She found something special in every child and they responded in kind. Her kindness and humor put children at ease, helping them relax and participate in their own care. Cindy was so good at helping children that in 2016 she earned the New Hampshire Immunization Program Excellence in Childhood and Adolescent Immunization award for going the extra mile to put students at ease and helping them to overcome years of anxiety and getting vaccinated, resulting in a 90% student influenza immunization rate and a 99% student vaccination rate of all required school immunizations. I have many fond and funny memories of Cindy and I am sure the children she worked with do, too. She made a difference in my life and in theirs. Kay Romero

Posted by Kay Romero - Northfield, NH - Coworker   March 29, 2020

My heart breaks today we loss an amazing nurse and friend she was so kind and my son Jon who was a student at SYC passed away 2 years ago loved his "CINDY "she had a special way with him and got our family thru a lot of rough times she will be missed Jon G will great her in heaven because she will always be our angel nurse. Jon G 's mom xoxo

Posted by Laurie Gagnon - Hollis, NH   March 26, 2020

I am lost for words as to the sudden passing of my dear friend of 26 years. We had a long good life together. We had traveled a lot. We share many days full of joy. Many days of challenges that we worked through. We helped our neighbors where we lived for 20 years in Hillsborough NH. We fished and paddled our boat on Emerald lake. I always caught large mouth bass and you always caught trout. We were always here for one another. If I was on a mission to Israel, PA, CA, VA I could always look forward to you checking in on me and praying for me. My life will be very different from this point on. I miss your texting and all our conversations throughout the days. You were a friend, a sister and an Aunt and a daughter to my large family who loved you so much. You helped me get through the death of my Father, Mother and baby sister who adored you! You lived a simple life with me for 26 years. I was blessed the day I met you in June of 1994. We enjoyed snowmobiling, camping, the ocean and all the games at Hampton Beach you could play. You were one of a kind Cindy. I know that I will see you again. Over 2 years ago you gave your life to Christ at a women's retreat we attended. I pray my mansion is next to yours. I know your name is written in the Lambs book of life in heaven. Your heavenly Father is my heavenly Father and not many people can say that. You were an amazing women and I miss you terribly. We were always here for each other. No matter where I was on a mission if you needed me I would be on the road the next day to come back and help you. I have never had such an amazing friend as you. We spent everyday in contact with one another no matter what we were in our own life. My heart aches daily. I promise to always hold your name and memories in the highest regards as I share with others about who you were. I will miss you making the time to come to Maine to visit for a much needed break. We had planned you to Maine the week after you passed. I miss you. Terry Abood

Posted by Theresa Abood - Charleston, ME - Friend   March 25, 2020

I am so sad to hear of Cindy's passing. She was a very funny, unique lady and I enjoyed working with her at Spaulding Youth Center. Cindy could always make those around her laugh with her quick wit. She was a kind an compassionate nurse and my daughter, Emma, was one of her favorite "Spaulding Kids" because Emma would ask Cindy to dance the "cha cha cha" every day at 2pm when Cindy would dispense Emma her meds. She will be surely missed by so many. -Joyce & Emma

Posted by Joyce - Concord, NH - Coworker   March 24, 2020