My dear Cindy, you will always be remembered.
Bill Polycretis, friend
Dear Cindy, I was a classmate of yours in Montreal at Rosemount High. Although I didn't know you very well, I wish I did. I do, however, remember your constant smile and energy. They belied your stature in height, but not your stature in character. This was your amazing quality. I know you are in heaven and you are probably organizing all the socials. One day we will all be reunited in the even bigger high school reunion, but for now, those of us who are left behind to, mourn your sudden passing, which was like a flame of light from a candle blown out we will never forget you and your spirit and qualities and we know that heaven has a new angel named Cindy among the stars that shine above.
Alex Hankewicz, classmate
We knew her as Cindy. Or Shorty to many of her friends at Rosemount High School in Montreal, Canada. We are deeply saddened to hear this kind of news. If ever there was a person who did not deserve to be taken like this, Cindy (was that person)! She was a sweet and loving person with her whole life ahead of her. She was only 40 years old. For whatever the reason, God gives and God takes away. I can only say there is an angel in heaven and you are now in God's care. May you be in eternal peace, Cindy, and know that your friends are thinking of you. We know that you will be present at the reunion on May 18, 2002 at RHS in Montreal, Quebec. Your spirit will be there among us. I want to express my deepest condolences to your family. I can't imagine the hurt they must feel to have lost such a wonderful lady. My prayers are with them for we hurt for them too. God Bless.
Jennifer Peattie, classmate