Cynthia Ann GUERRERO

June 8, 1955May 8, 2019

Cynthia Ann GUERRERO was born on June 8, 1955 and passed away on May 8, 2019.


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Cynthia Ann GUERRERO

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Meryl Hokanson

May 22, 2019

We were cubicle buddies for quite a while and I loved it!!! You were always there to help me with whatever questions that I had, without hesitation. Your beauty was both inside and out, and I loved all the stories you shared about the love for your family... Your beautiful smile and your laughter will always be part of my loving memories of you. Rest in Peace Cindy and my condolences to your family.

Cris Corralejo

May 21, 2019

Cris Corralejo

May 21, 2019

Cindy was so joyful, she had a great sense of humor and the best laugh. She unselfishly shared her knowledge and was always ready to teach me how to do this or that. It was pleasure to know and work with her. Sincerest condolences to the family. RIP Cindy.

Jan Frederick

May 19, 2019

I fondly think about the many years Cindy and I spent working together. As a co-worker and friend, I always enjoyed having Cindy as a teammate on manpower studies. Her work ethic, dedication, and knowledge always made for easier studies. Cindy also possessed the ability to enjoy life's experiences no matter where our travels took us. Trips were always more interesting and fun when Cindy was with us. I can't think of Cindy without thinking about her love of family and all sports, especially softball. Although Cindy left this earth far too soon, her gorgeous smile and infectious laughter will continue to live in those of us who were lucky to be her friend. RIP Cindy. My heartfelt condolences to her entire family.

Patty Pedersen

May 16, 2019

I did not know Cindy as long as many of our co-workers in the manpower field, but I did have the pleasure of being one of Cindy's neighbors in "cubicle-land." I remember always hearing the click, click of her mouse as she worked her magic on an Excel spreadsheet. I was lucky enough to be one of the recipients of her vast knowledge of spreadsheet tips and tricks. We spent a lot of time next to each other, but did not get a chance to do a manpower study together for quite some time, as she was not on the same team as I was. When we finally did get a chance to do a study together, we went to none other than NAVMAG Pearl Harbor. She was the Study Lead, and I was the junior analyst she was training. We had a great time in Hawaii, and she actually took me around to the neighborhood she grew up in. I will always remember Cindy's great sense of humor, and especially her laugh. She teased me about the fact that it took me a while to get what her license plate meant: Huh y n. I will also always remember her great spiked hair and capri pants. I will miss you, Cindy.

My sincerest condolences to Cindy's family.

Ezzia Johns

May 15, 2019

Cindy was one of the best co-workers I had the pleasure of working with. She was always helpful patient and caring in assisting you with projects or sharing her knowledge on a subject. We shared stories of families, our challenges, passions about life and laughed a lot. She was so competitive in sports and often pulled my leg on “ oh I haven’t done this or that since high school, I finally chose tennis and said to myself I finally got her. We get on the court and she ran my butt all over the place and beat me too😀. I will miss her infectious smile and easy going nature. It was truly a blessing to have met Cindy on my life’s journey. RIP CINDY. My condolences to her beloved family.

Frank Aguirre

May 14, 2019

I feel blessed to have know Cindy for almost 35 years. We worked together at two different jobs working side-by-side on numerous projects and studies. I always loved working with her because she was always willing to share her knowledge and never hesitated in spending the time necessary to show you the right way to do your job. I have so many great memories of our many travels around the world conducting manpower studies. I could always depend on her to join me on my marathon walks or adventures where ever we traveled or to be there for me if I needed help with my project. To me, Cindy was more than just a colleague, she was a very close friend who was always there for me no matter how difficult the circumstances. One of the things that always impressed me about Cindy was her love for her family. There was no doubt that her family always came first just from listening to all the great stories she told me about her sons, daughter and husband. I especially loved her sense of humor, she never hesitated in putting a smile of your face or making you laugh out loud. I will deeply miss the sound of her laugh. I have so many fond memories of her that I will cherish for the rest of my life. After Cindy retired I somewhat lost touch with her but every now and then I would reach out to her just to say hello and it was always great just to hear her voice. I feel so lucky that I was able to see her along with Ralph and Amor this past December just to catch up. I will miss her deeply. My heartfelt condolences to her family.

Diana Lara

May 12, 2019

Cindy was a great friend, I knew Cindy for more than 20 years, we worked in the same building but we didn’t know each other until we met in a class we took together, she said to me “I know I’ve seen you before” and I said “I work in this building you probably have seen me around the building.” Turns out her daughter and my daughter were in the same softball league and she had seen me at the games. We became good friends we worked together for a while and I got another job though we kept in touch and later on we ended up working together again. We all soon retired the same year and kept in touch, we would meet up for lunch or breakfast frequently, just last Wednesday I thought I need to call Cindy to plan our get together, I loved talking to Cindy. I will miss her. My condolences to the family.

Deborah Barrett

May 11, 2019

Cindy and I worked together for a number of years which included business travel. Such a fun, sweet person to work, travel and socialize with. We discovered that she grew up a mere block from my grandmother when we were both in grade school and jr. high. She told me one time that she and her daughter were on their way to a soccer match in the late 90's when they tried to get my attention on I-15 by laying on the horn. I never heard their horn honking or knew anything about it until we saw each other at work the following Monday. I assured her I wasn't ignoring her but that my van had great insulated windows and I'd have been in big trouble had she been an emergency vehicle trying to get by me.
I'm so sorry we didn't get to reconnect following my retirement. I will miss her bright smile and fun personality. May the Lord give her family peace of heart -- she was well loved!

Debbie Kinney (Rodriguez)

May 11, 2019

I am so glad we were able to spend some quality time together at a BBQ/Bunco party for our high school class last summer. Your smile and beautiful spirit always brightened up a gathering. We may not have seen each other very often, but I truly treasured every time we did get together. Rest In Peace my dear Cindy and May God Bless your family and bring them peace.