OBITUARY

Cynthia Johns Dahl

August 20, 1961November 28, 2018

Cynthia Diane Johns-Dahl, 57, was called home by our Lord, Wednesday, November 28, 2018, after a long yet courageous battle against ovarian cancer, with family by her side.

Born, August 20, 1961 in Warren Ohio, her family moved to Vero Beach in June of 1971, where she remained a lifelong resident. Cindy attended Vero Beach High School, Class of 1979, and went on to receive her degree in Cosmetology from Indian River College in 1982.

Cindy was the Owner/Operator of “Cindy’s, Cara Bella’s Salon” formerly, “Cindy’s Guy’s and Dahl’s” Salon, formerly, “A Cut Above” Hair Salon, all in Vero Beach, spanning more than a 36 year career, marking her place as one of Vero Beach’s widely known and renowned hairdressers.

Cindy, not only known for her talent as a hairdresser, but by Family, Friends, Clients and strangers alike for her kind and genuine love for all who crossed her path. Her passion became her ability to make others feel good about looking beautiful, something that came naturally for her. She was also known for being graciously willing to help many others, newly coming up in her industry, many of whom went on to become successful hairdressers and salon owners for themselves. That was only part of her thriving passion for her career, and what became an integral element in her zest for life, her bubbly personality and beautiful smile, bestowed in her laughter over the joys she found in life, readily and notably displayed at every opportunity.

Cindy was a baptized member of The Church Of Jesus Christ-Treasure Coast Branch, headquartered in Monongahela, Pa., where she grew to know and love the Lord, whom she clearly understood provided her with the strength to endure many challenging losses typical in life.

She leaves behind two sons, David Miensma and Andrew Dahl. Four grandchildren, Jade, Brandon, Mia and Valentino. Her mother, friend and confidant Carolyn Johns, and five siblings, Pam Giovannone, Sherry Barnes, Terri VanLoon (Charlie), Doug Giovannone, and Carol Johns Griffin (James) and many nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her daughter Cara-Dahl Williford, her father Charles Johns Giovannone, and three siblings, Daniel Johns Giovannone, Shirley Giovannone-Fussi and David Johns Giovannone.

A celebration of her life will be held Saturday, December 8, at 2:00pm at The Church Of Jesus Christ, 3801 W. Midway Rd. Fort Pierce, FL.

In lieu of flowers, in kind donations may be given in benefit for her grandchildren, the Sunshine of her life! Anyone having a desire to do so, her sister Carol Griffin will be accepting on their behalf.

Service handled by the Ministry of The Church Of Jesus Christ

Arrangements entrusted to Aycock Funeral Home, Fort Pierce, FL.

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REMEMBERING

Cynthia Johns Dahl

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Tommy Savrda

December 7, 2018

Well.. I've had some time to sit and think, emotions are pretty thin. My heart is truly broken from the recent passing of my beloved Aunt Cynthia. Thought I would've had a little more time to think of what I'd say.. But time ran out extremely quick, as time usually does. Just wanted to say that I'll truly miss you and our time we shared. Nothing made me feel better than seeing you on a Friday to get my hair cut, also to vent about EVERYTHING while sitting in your chair. Seeing you those days made me feel instantly better about myself and LIFE in general..Cant thank you enough for the therapy you provided me. Also wanted to thank you for always being there during my early years, Like an extra big sister to help shape the man that I've become..Now, you can finally enjoy some YOU time. You honestly deserve it. I'm not a religious man, but if there is another chapter..Hope to see you on the other side..I'll sincerely miss you..I love you.. Tomcat..

Marlene Wingate

December 6, 2018

Oh Cindy, My precious sister in Christ and co-worker. We had so many laughs, talks and cries together. You taught me how to love the unlovable, but still fail at it daily. I have not ever met someone who always saw the good in others first. You endured till the end, honey girl! I miss you to the moon and beach and back. She loved the beach. The best hair stylist I have ever had the privilege to work with. You my precious lady are very missed. Love, Marlene

Eileen Katsaras

December 4, 2018

To know Cindy was to Love her. She made you feel as if you were her best friend and so easy to talk to. Living about 3 hours south, we didn't see her that often, but visiting Treasure Coast Church we'd get a chance to visit and meeting her in the restroom changing Cara's baby girl, I said, "oh, Cindy, this child looks like your daughter! " It was as if she had her daughter again taking care of that baby girl. We shared the loss of our own family member and would say, "they are together happy in heaven".
When her brother in law was injured and in Miami, we'd visit at the hospital and there she was with her sister Carol. She did all she could to be a support and we'd enjoy visiting them. We felt her loving spirit as she gave 100% of herself. Advice on our hair, clothes, whatever it was.
She spoke of how much she loved the Lord and wasn't shy to tell you. We know she won her crown, her Mansion was prepared for her. She got to hug her Cara and our prayer is that one day we'll all be reunited in His Kingdom, never to part. I pray her sweet Spirit visits each of her family members, we know the Lord is loving and kind and gives us special visits from our Loved ones.

Carol Griffin

December 3, 2018

My sister naturally and spiritually, my forever friend... I will miss your laughter, smile and all our talks! Cindy you taught me how to make the grand exit with grace. I will forever miss you until we meet again! My soul will seek yours! ❤️

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