Cynthia Ann Branton

July 31, 1931April 18, 2021

BRANTON, Cynthia Ann (Gorn), 89, of Sandwich, MA, passed away in her home on April 18, 2021. She was born to the late Wallace and Bruna Gorn in Plymouth, MA on July 31, 1931.

Cynthia grew up in Kingston, MA, and moved to Cape Cod in the 1970s where she worked for the VNA. She is survived by her daughter Therese Chase and son Matthew Branton. A second son, Stephen Branton, passed away in 1980. She is also survived by a granddaughter, Sinead Casey, two grandsons, Seamus Casey and Nicholas Branton, and a great-granddaughter Amber Medeiros.

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Laurie Conefrey

April 25, 2021

Cynthia was my patient and I shared many happy memories with her ,stating she wasnt a sweets person so for Christmas I brought her a slice of cake she ate it so fast we both laughed about it, losing one of her favorite shirts so I bought her a purple one her hug n smile were one of a kind!Last summer I took her outside on a beautiful day and she smiled and I played some of the oldies and sang along it was great to see her happy!I used to share our love for animals and brought her videos of the dogs and horses that I have given Reiki to she loved to watch them. Cynthia was a terrific mother always told me good things about her family I was lucky enough to have met her son and daughter very caring and nice people. I send my condolences to the family and friends of a beautiful woman who will be greatly missed.

Paul Menard

April 21, 2021

Matt, Terri & Family,

I was so saddened to hear of your Mom's passing; what I clearly remember of your Mom is that she was such a loving woman to her family. I remember us all going to parades in Hyannis/Yarmouth, fireworks and social gatherings with Cynthia and not one time was she ever negative about anything! She always had a smile and was just such an amazing woman. My thoughts and prayers are with you; May God Rest Her Soul and may He also bring you comfort in this most difficult time...

God Bless,

Paul Menard