OBITUARY

Cynthia Marie Dromazos

October 31, 1953March 31, 2019

Cynthia Marie Dromazos was born on October 31, 1953 and passed away on March 31, 2019.

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REMEMBERING

Cynthia Marie Dromazos

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Tonya Arends

April 20, 2019

A celebration of life in loving memory of
CYNTHIA MARIE DROMAZOS
Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 11am
Chamberlin-Baird Funeral Home
73 Main Street, Dansville, New York

Private Family Grave-site service to immediately follow

Jason Shull

April 6, 2019

My Aunt was someone that I looked up to from the very first time I met her. I always thought she was so glamorous and I thought she had great style. Living in a small town my dream was to get out of there and be stylishly like my Aunt and move into the city and be a city person. She inspired me to be confident in my self and it was okay to be different. She knew I was different and she would always just let me know that she loved me.
She was such a hard-working person and very giving and always made you feel welcomed. She loved exercising and keeping a healthy life style. But as I have said before she was a skinny girl with a fat girl appetite. She loved her cookies and her treats and a Starbucks coffee. The one thing I wish we could do is drive in a convertible mustang and enjoy the wind in our hair. We loved mustang convertibles. I always thought her car was the best.
My Aunt is loving, kind , strong, warm, and brave. I miss her and I love her and I will never forget you, and the memories we have shared. I promise to continue to make memories with me cousins and always having their backs.

I love you Aunt C. I'll never forget you and I will keep the glamor going xoxo.

Jason

Jeanette Wheeler

April 5, 2019

How do you say goodbye to a friend of a life time. We both shared the loss of our father at age ten and many many more memories over fifty-five years! We laughed, we cried but Cynthia was always my best friend. We were really like sisters and time never mattered between phone calls ,whatever the distance . I will always remember her positive attitude and smile forever. It is a short time here but will see you again in heaven. Love you forever.

John Dromazos

April 5, 2019

My sister, Cynthia, was a wonderful person. The best sister anyone could have asked for. Even though she was my younger sister, she was incredibly mature and responsible. Whenever anyone in the family or any of our friends needed Cynthia's help , she would be there for everyone doing whatever she could to help you. She was hardworking, fun, caring, and thoughtful.

It is so sad that her life has ended so early. It is hard to accept that she will not be here on earth with us anymore. We will take comfort that she will be at peace now and no longer in any pain. I am sure she was welcomed to heaven by our Mom and Dad and Stephen and that they are all sending us their love from above.
Cynthia was loved more than words can express. Her family and friends all cherish her memory in our hearts now and for ever.

Stephanie Harter

April 5, 2019

My sister was greatest sister ever. Our childhood memories of growing up in Dansville, NY on 30 Clinton Street. We shared our bedroom, our friends, clothes, and many secrets of what Mama said not to do. I was older sister taking her everywhere and we thought at young age we were worldly. Cynthia was in 5th grade we shared death of our father. Which we both loved, but she helped me thru it as I helped her! We had children, got married moved and again more memories, too many to memntion. I remember the day her daughter was born, and I thought wow what a beautiful baby. Cynthia named her Tonya Stephanie. Cynthia was great Mom, wonderful wife, excelled at her job and even though she worked hard, it appeared effortless. Usually people go to new job and get training, but her wisdom and insights were always on target. I know many people as I think why didn’t I think of that. Again, my sister was great Aunt my children called her Aunt C. They had great love and admiration for her. They loved her advice and she made them feel special and love. I touch upon my sister’s illness. I saw someone courageous and fought till the end. I know God must of needed her but her love of children, grandchildren, and things she wanted to finish, I think she wanted to do more and continue to love the people who adored her. Her absence is hard for me to even say or put in words. I say my sister was one in million as I say about our Mama and Papa. Cynthia my last words to you were please don’t forget me and you said I never forget my amazing sister. I love you always and forever! Stephanie

Tonya Arends

April 4, 2019

She was the best mother that any daughter could ever ask for. I was lucky enough to call her mine. She was my very best friend and confidant. She always gave me solid advice and tough love when I needed it. She supported me even when she didn’t fully believe in my decisions and she was there to help me pick up the pieces, and never said “I told you so”. She was super positive, even when life dealt her a bad hand, and she persevered and kept her head high. I know that she’s my guiding angel now and it brings me comfort, even during this difficult time. I’m going to miss so many things we shared and there will always be a void that cannot be filled. I love her to eternity and beyond and someday we will reunite in heaven.

Services are being planned for the San Francisco Bay Area sometime in May as well as for her final resting place in Dansville NY in August. Details to come.

We also ask that donations be made in her name to cancer research in lieu of flowers.