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Cynthia passed away peacefully June 21, 2020. Cindy was born April 19, 1950 in Cincinnati, OH and moved to Tucson, AZ in February of 1973.
She worked as a grocery cashier for A.J. Bayless market where she met her future husband. They were married May 17, 1975. Cindy did part-time work as a price checker for a market research company and later as a clerk for a mall postal sub-station.
They were blessed with a son on October 24, 1979. Shortly thereafter she became a housewife.
Her husband retired from the US Postal Service in 2014. In 2015 they moved to Sun City West to be close to their son and his family. Cindy was so proud of her son who had moved up in the golf business and is general manager of Anthem Country Club and her daughter-in-law being an amazing elementary school teacher In Madison District. Family was her special joy. Cindy cherished every moment she had with her granddaughters. She loved when they would spend the night with grandma and grandpa, go to their dance practice and recitals, going to the park or swimming pool. She enjoyed time together as a family renting a cabin for a week in the mountains. She loved the concerts and movies in the park. Cindy loved live music, particularly going up to Laughlin and listening to Blues music along the river.
She revived her spirituality by joining Shepherd of the Hills UMC and became active in groups and missions. Cindy met many wonderful people and made friendships extending beyond the church.
Cindy is predeceased by her parents, Rolla and Charlotte Ladd and brother-in-law’s, Larry Stull and Robert Harrington. She is survived by her husband of 45 years, Chester B. (Brad); son, Bradford; daughter-in-law, Kate; two granddaughters, Charlotte (Charley) and Kennedy; along with two sisters, Ellen (Richard) Stalley and Priscilla (Larry) Stull. Also, many nieces and nephews, close friends and extended family in Tucson and Phoenix, AZ, Ohio, Indiana and Scotland.
Cindy was a loving, caring and beautiful lady who will be extremely missed by her family and friends.
Services are pending to be held at a later date.