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Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home

804 State Ave, Marysville, WA

OBITUARY

Cindy Lou Dreyer

27 September , 195627 September , 2019

Cindy Lou Dreyer was born on 27 September , 1956 and passed away on 27 September , 2019.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, 19 October , 2019
  • Reception Saturday, 19 October , 2019

Memories

Cindy Lou Dreyer

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Karen Bloudoff

7 October 2019

I worked in the same department as Cindy and I didn't get the opportunity to see her as often as I would have liked. She was such a nice and generous lady and could bake the best cake you've ever tasted. She is missed every day

Carly Logan

7 October 2019

I got to meet Cindy for the first time during a Safety meeting/Potluck we were having at work & was lucky enough to have gotten to know her from then on out. I remember her sharing pictures & videos of her trip to Alaska she went on. We shared alot of deep conversations, painting, eating out, treat's she would bake & bring to work & laughter together. One of the greatest gifts I got was being able to meet/get to know her & the bible she gave me...That & her telling me that me & my husband were going to have a baby soon. Well, By the grace of Cindy & God...It finally happened for us. I will never forget those words she shared with me. She had that mom feel to her, Absolute sweetheart & is loved by many & missed already. Love you Cindy.

Perry Steinbach

7 October 2019

Cindy was my work sister.. She was a lot of fun! I loved picking on her and her likewise. :o) When she came to work with her red wig on.. I knew I was in trouble!
Cindy loved her friends and Coe workers a lot. Always had a dish of candy out to share with us.
Her fight with cancer lasted along time, I think 3 years... Boy Cindy, she was tough, and strong, she always kept a positive attitude!

Her boys took really good care of their Mom, she was in very good hands.. It was awesome to watch them love on their Mom so much!
Cindy was a Beautiful lady, I will miss her forever!
Perry Steinbach