OBITUARY

Cynthia "Cindy" Michele Lee

June 19, 1986February 11, 2020
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Cynthia “Cindy” Michele Lee, 33 of Louisville, passed away at her home on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. She enjoyed music, makeup, drawing and was an avid “ink pen” collector. She loved eating cherries out of the jar with her niece Melody, spending time with her family and friends, especially on their beach vacations. Cindy is survived by her parents, Allen and Jean Lee, her brother, Wesley Lee and his wife Erica, nieces, Kelsey, Melody and a nephew Acen. She is also survived by uncles, aunts and extended family and friends. A memorial service to celebrate Cindy's life will be conducted at 4pm on Saturday, February 22, 2020 in the chapel of Arch L. Heady & Son at Westport Village, 7410 Westport Rd., Pastor Mark Wilhoit officiating. Guests are invited to attend a visitation from 1pm until service time Saturday.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kentucky Humane Society.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, February 22, 2020
  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 22, 2020

Memories

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Billie Ballard

March 29, 2020

I was locked up with Cindy at the Oldham County Detention Center right before she left for treatment. She was a very nice gal and all of us were saddened to hear that she had passed. She is free from her demons and at peace now.

Susan Farmer

February 25, 2020

I remember Little Cindy at the babysitter Debbies house❤she would always give me a hug and say hi jennifees mom ...
She was the sweetest kid ..her and Wesley ❤
God Bless you all..
Susan Farmer

Bob and Kathy Lady

February 21, 2020

Jean, Allen and family,

We are so sorry to hear about your loss. You and you family are in
our thoughts and prayers.

From reading all of the other memory post, it sounds like Cindy was a wonderful person.

Steve and Barb Mills

February 18, 2020

Our hearts are broken for you. Your family is always in our prayers.

James Rice

February 18, 2020

I'm still numb. Can't believe you're really gone Sis. Just heartbroken. Love you forever.

Wish we could kick it one more time. Love and prayers to Wes, Al, and Jean and family.

Rest In Paradise, Queen.

Duck and Diane Wohlgemuth

February 16, 2020

Our first meeting with the Lee family was Cindy. At the time she worked at the gas station where we always stoped and got coffee. She was always so kind and good hearted, occasionally would give us an extra punch on our cards. Then we put two and two together and realized she just lived down the street. Slowly we got to know Jean, Al, Wes, Erica and the kids. Now we know where she got her good heart from...Diane and Dick

Labrissa Keith

February 16, 2020

Such a Beautiful person, you had one of the biggest 💚s I've ever witnessed someone having!! Never once were you selfish in any way towards anyone! You were there for me when I needed someone the most and I for you!! We had so many laughs in such a short period of time! My brother loved you and I grew to love you as well....I'm so not ready to have to say my goodbyes to you, but I'm left no choice! You can rest now beautiful Angel u no longer have to fight, watch over us when ur not too busy coloring beautiful wings for all of us when we do join you one day! I love you girl!
Love always. Labrissa

Ashley Fox

February 15, 2020

I don’t even know where to begin. On my best days, and even more on my worst, you loved me and helped me navigate how to be a better person and an even better friend. Cindy was there for me during my first pregnancy as a teenager when no one else was. Even though life took us in different directions we still kept in touch off and on and I have and always will love her like a sister. My heart is broken for the entire Lee family and the fact I can’t be home right now. I’m praying hard and will continue to do so for the days, weeks and years to come. Fly high Cindy Lou. Your fight is done. Send your love to your family by butterfly kisses to let them know you’re ok. I love you my friend ❤️

Danielle Sherrard

February 15, 2020

Cindy and I spent so much of our teenage years together. If not for her, I wouldnt have made some of the most lasting connections of my life. I have so much love, compassion and memories to share with the family. This isnt the appropriate forum. I hope to be able to connect with you all soon and celebrate the good memories we have of Cindy's life and legacy. I am so sorry to the family, particularly her nieces and nephews. I love the Lee family for the impact you e had in my life and thank you for the time I was allowed w cindy. I'm truly at a loss of what to say. Please reach out if I can be of any assistance

Robin Thomas

February 14, 2020

I'm sorry for your loss my sister and Cindy lived together. She was a unique person. Peace be with you and your family.

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Biography

Cynthia “Cindy” Michele Lee, 33 of Louisville, passed away at her home on Tuesday, February 11, 2020.
She enjoyed music, makeup, drawing and was an avid “ink pen” collector. She loved eating cherries out of the jar with her niece Melody, spending time with her family and friends, especially on their beach vacations.
Cindy is survived by her parents, Allen and Jean Lee, her brother, Wesley Lee and his wife Erica, nieces, Kelsey, Melody and a nephew Acen. She is also survived by uncles, aunts and extended family and friends.
A memorial service to celebrate Cindy's life will be conducted at 4pm on Saturday, February 22, 2020 in the chapel of Arch L. Heady & Son at Westport Village, 7410 Westport Rd. Pastor Mark Wilhoit officiating.
Guests are invited to attend a visitation from 1pm until service time Saturday.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kentucky Humane Society.