Cynthia Ellyn Makula

15 mai 195631 mai 2021

Cynthia Ellyn Makula, 65, of Southington passed away at home on May 31, 2021. She was born on May 15, 1956 in East Hartford, the daughter of the late John and Wanda (Godlewski) Makula. She graduated from East Hartford High School and was a secretary at Aetna Insurance for many years.

Cindy worked at the Hospital for Special Care in New Britain. She loved camping with her friends, knitting, riding her bike, and being disappointed by horror movies; but most of all she valued spending time with her beloved grandchildren. She was a member of the Plantsville Congregational Church.

She is survived by two sons Joshua M. Makula of Bristol and Eliot L. Wilber of New Hartford, and two grandchildren, Gabby and Brady. She also leaves her sister Carol Lynn Fredericks of AR and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her 2 brothers, John and Raymond Makula.

Calling hours will be held on Monday, June 7, 2021 from 12 noon-1 pm at the DellaVecchia Funeral Home, 211 N. Main St. A Memorial Service will be held at 1pm. For online condolences and directions please visit www.dellavecchiasouthington.com


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Cynthia Ellyn Makula


Diane Pisko

7 juin , 2021

I've known Cindy, just a short time now, through our Wednesday night knitting group. She took to the group so quickly. I will miss her laughter and her stories of adventures and her precious family she adored so much. Rest in Peace.

Cynthia Kelly

7 juin , 2021

I am beyond sad to lose you my friend! We had fun times going to wineries, breweries and I will always remember our bike rides especially the one that didn't happen when my bike fell off the rack on 84 west but we had a fun day anyway! I was looking forward to our camping trip to Hershey Park in October to ride the roller coasters and other fun things we talked about doing! You will be sorely missed by all but never forgotten! May you Rest in Peace.


Ralph and Peg Taddeo

7 juin , 2021

Our deepest sympathy to the both Josh and Eliot and extended family. We are deeply saddened by this news, Both are families go way back from when Josh attended grade school with our son Ryan. We've remained friends ever since. There have been so many gatherings and times to spend together ever since. Such a wonderful person who felt so blessed to have her children and even more so her grandchildren. She always had a funny story to share about them. We'd compare and laugh.
We will all miss her.
With love,
Ralph and Peg

Barbara Dooley

6 juin , 2021

Cindy joined our knitting ministry at Plantsville Congregational UnitedChurch of Christ a few years ago. The first time she attended our Wednesday night class I was so excited when she told me she had fun and planned to join us each week. Cindy shared her sense of humor, her contagious laughter and her love. I looked forward to the talks we had when she would drive me home from class. We will miss her smile and her friendship. I offer my heartfelt condolences to Joshua, Elliot and extended family.

Leigh Sillner

3 juin , 2021

I feel so grateful and blessed for our friendship. So many wonderful memories with you..including our awesome Europe trip, Sunday breakfasts, weekend dinners and movies, road trips to nowhere special, and just knowing that I could call you at any time and you would be there. You will be missed greatly by so many people. Rest in peace, my beautiful friend.💕