Cynthia Anne Boyles-Sandman

November 29, 1941October 19, 2018

Cynthia Anne Boyles-Sandman was born on November 29, 1941 and passed away on October 19, 2018


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Cynthia Anne Boyles-Sandman

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Sharon Lynn

November 15, 2018

My beloved Auntie C...I can't believe that you are gone so suddenly and so soon. I thought we would have many more years of sharing ideas, insights, and laughter. All my life, I looked up to you and was greatly inspired by your sense of fun and adventure. I loved how you took the time to notice and appreciate the small joys and small gifts of life that were often overlooked by everyone else. I loved how you really took the time to to get to know your family and friends, ask questions, share stories, and cherish the gifts and memories that each person gave to you. You touched so many lives in such beautiful ways, and your curious, gentle spirit continues to inspire me to this day.

The Jewish mezuzzah that I gave you so many years ago is now posted beside my entryway, and I think of you every time I see it. You encouraged my explorations off the beaten path, and even took pictures (lots of pictures!) to document my journey. I still have that picture you took of me experimenting with henna in my hair. Not my best pic, but now I smile when I look at it. Thank you for encouraging me to be myself, for encouraging my creativity and sense of adventure, for encouraging me to cherish family and memories. You took care of me when I needed it, encouraged me when I needed it, and challenged me when I needed it.

I love you,
Your Sharon Lynn

Brenda Moretz-Boyles

November 14, 2018

Cindy was a hard worker....She enjoyed gathering home grown tomatoes in the summer and making those southern tomato sandwiches!!!
She loved her parents and her brothers greatly.
John found some handwritten hymns in her address book --Amazing Grace and Blessed Assurance- -these were sung at her Fathers funeral. They had a special meaning to her I am sure. She is terribly missed already and will be missed even more as time goes by!!!!

Brenda Moretz-Boyles

Frances Tome

November 13, 2018

Cindy was my best friend for over 50 years. We went to school together at Hunter College, and worked together at New York University MC. We traveled together, shared meals together and shared all our thoughts. Later we were separated by miles but the miles melted away by all the phone calls we made to each other. It is a great loss to me and her family. She will never be forgotten. Good Bye Cinda-la (as I called her). You left us too soon.

C Dawes

November 11, 2018

My family and I are so sorry to read about the sad death of Cynthia and send our deepest sympathy. May your lifelong treasured memories and the warmth of family and friends give you comfort. May the resurrection hope we share of seeing our loved ones again as Jesus promised at JOHN 11:25 give you strength and peace.
With prayers,
The Dawes family