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Tribute to Cindy

 

by Lois Allen, publisher

Cindy Lewis

Cindy Lewis

Our staff is small, very small. So when one is lost, we feel we’ve lost family. And so, on a dreary, rainy December Monday, while Christmas music played throughout Cedar Springs and beyond, we said farewell to one of our own, Cindy Lewis.

Cindy was a pleasure to work with, the kind of person who made coming to work better. She always took the time to tell you that you looked nice today. And that made you feel good. She thought of others first, almost to a fault! Cindy never had a bad word to say about anybody, not even the customers who wouldn’t buy from her. She always tried to be a team player and put the newspaper first. How can you not love someone like that?

She always thought she was “too big”. She called herself fat. She wasn’t. “I used to be a beauty queen in Texas,” she’d say. If she could have only known how big a hole she would leave when she was gone.

I, like many in this community have known Cindy for many years. She was everywhere and did everything! Years ago I attended Karaoke with Cindy and her family and I joked that after she sang, “…there was no way I could follow that!”

At the funeral, those who knew and loved her listened to a recording of her as she sang with the voice of an angel. We know that wherever she is, she’s singing in a heavenly voice with the body of a Texas beauty queen.

Be at peace Cindy, we miss you.

Your Cedar Springs Post Family

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