Cynthia "Cindy" Jo Luz
March 16, 1972 – June 10, 2019
Services for Cynthia (Cindy) Luz will be Tuesday June 18, 2019 at 1pm at Christ the King Catholic Church in Gering with Father Mike McDonald officiating. Cynthia went to be with her father on June 10th after a long struggle with cancer. She was born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska on March 16, 1972 to Virginia and Joe Luz. She attended most of her schooling in Scottsbluff and graduated in 1990 at Teen Challenge Christian Academy in Sundance, Wyoming. Cindy worked various jobs which mostly involved customer service which she excelled at. She was known for her contagious smile and vibrant personality. Always willing to go above and beyond for the people she cared for. The love of her life was her youngest son, Orlando Camargo-Luz who was born in March 2004. Survivors include many family, friends, and extended relatives. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Delrisa Luz-Janis, and her father Joe Luz as well as her grandparents. A memorial has been established for the family. Online condolences may be left at www.geringchapel.com
- Scott Fernau, Honorary Pallbearer
- Osvaldo Fernau, Honorary Pallbearer
- Joshua Fernau, Honorary Pallbearer
- Jared Fernau, Honorary Pallbearer
- Orlando Camargo-Luz, Honorary Pallbearer
- Reyes Rodriguez, Honorary Pallbearer
- Jose Duarte, Honorary Pallbearer
- Adelia Fernau, Honorary Pallbearer
- Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Cynthia "Cindy" Jo Luz
June 16, 2019
From the first time I met my niece Cindy, I noticed everything she did, was done with enthusiasm. The way she loved her family, the way she played sports, her love of trying to win arguments with me, ha ha, she never was one to do anything half way. Full steam ahead was always her motto.
I am so honored I was included in some of her last trips\vacations. I will treasure these memories forever.
My heart hurts for her family and friends, a beautiful young woman taken way too soon.
I love you Cindy, forever and always!
June 14, 2019
This has been one of the toughest weeks I have had. You were always there for me, telling me everything is going to be okay, or I got your back. I am gonna miss our phone calls, our road trips, and or concerts. These things will not be the same without you with. Thank you for teaching me so much in life. You have been by my side since day 1, and now I have to get use to you not being there. I could not have asked for a better sister. Love you to pieces.