In Memory

Cindy Wilson (Scripps)

Cindy Wilson (Scripps)

Cynthia (Wilson) Andres Scripps

October 29, 1947 - May 9, 2015

Cynthia was born on October 29, 1947 and passed away on Saturday, May 9, 2015.

Cynthia was a resident of Westminster, Colorado.


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02/01/17 11:33 AM #1    

John Benner

Cindy was a friend. I hope she is at peace. I will miss her.

02/01/17 12:23 PM #2    

Micky (Marlene) Schwartz (Mayer)

So sorry to hear that Cindy passed.  I always remember her full of energy and sunshine.  Too young.

02/02/17 01:28 AM #3    

Eric Hawks

Cindy was a friend and close classmate at WHS.  I remember driving to school with Cindy and John Benner from Silverton/Kennedy heights during high school.  I also remember that Cindy lived in the apartments behind WHS during the 7th grade at WHS/JHS.  We would skip class and hang out at Cindy's apartment during the day.  As adults we would reconnect during reunions and at class birthday parties.Very sorry that Cindy won't be able to join us for our 70th birthday party in September 2017!  Rest in peach young lady, you were a lot of fun, and we had many great times together!  You will sincerely be missed.

02/02/17 01:58 AM #4    

James Myers

Cindy and I grew up together in Silverton, Ohio.  We were neighbors just a few houses apart on Siebern Avenue.  I will always remember her bright cheerful smile, intelligent questions, and her wise caring answers to my questions.  We grew up during a wonderful time, full of something new to learn and share every day.  I am sad to hear of her passing, but I am certain God put her to work just after incoming orientation.  Cindy's warm smile and kind heart would calm even the most troubled soul.   I believe that we'll see Cindy again.  

God bless you Cindy, you made the world a little brighter with your smile and shared love for all.    

Hope to see you again,

Jim Myers

Colonel, US Army (Retired) 





02/02/17 09:09 PM #5    

Ray Spencer

I can't think of anybody who had a friendlier smile and was so kind. No matter who you were. I always loved Cindy. She was a teriffic friend. I hope she has eternal peace. 

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