Cindy Sue KURON
April 13, 1956 – January 3, 2020
Mrs. Cynthia (Cindy) Sue Kuron, of Woodbridge, VA, passed away on Friday, January 3, 2020 at the age of 63.
Cindy was born to parents Fred and Rachel Rogers on April 13, 1956 in Hewlett, New York. She grew up as the youngest of their two daughters and attended G.W. Hewlett High School where she graduated in 1974. On April 23rd, 1977 she married her husband Richard Kuron, and had three children together.
Cindy was an avid reader for most of her life, Stephen King being her favorite author. She was a collector of autographs, and memorabilia for the many books, movies and television shows that she loved. Cindy also enjoyed crocheting, and has made many beautiful handmade items for friends and family over the years.
Cindy is survived by her husband, Richard Kuron, their children Jennifer Pavelsky, Theresa Coleson, and Richard Kuron jr., and her five grandchildren, David Pavelsky jr., Kristopher Pavelsky, Ethan Pavelsky, Tess Coleson, and Emmett Coleson. She is preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Rachel Rogers, and her sister Peggy Wasniewski.
Funeral mass services will be held on January 17th 2020 at 11am at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Springfield, Virginia. The graveside service will follow at the Quantico National Cemetery in Triangle, Virginia at 1pm.
- Funeral Mass Friday, January 17, 2020
- Graveside Service Friday, January 17, 2020
Cindy Sue KURON
January 16, 2020
My Aunt Cindy , I don't even know where to begin because of all the great memories I have. But I know I will never forget flying out to North Carolina every summer with my mom and brother , we would always have a great time , whether it was just watching TV , fighting with my cousins , playing outside , going fishing with Uncle Richie ( I remember catching that turtle ), and making ice cream with Uncle Otis , or when you guys moved back to NY and me wrestling with Ricky " haha ". I'll always remember you for the kind , caring loving person you were and always will be. And I really really miss your corn fritters. You were family and I am truly going to miss you. And I just want you to know even though we rarely spoke and haven't seen each other in so long I never stopped loving you. I'm going to miss you Aunt Cindy and I know now your at peace. Say hi to Mom and Grandpa. I love you.