OBITUARY

Cindy Harris-Sola

October 15, 1965January 25, 2019
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Cindy Harris-Sola, 53, of Melbourne, Florida passed away Friday, January 25, 2019.

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Cindy was raised in Lexington Park, Maryland and moved to Brevard County in 2000. She attended Leonard Town High School and graduated from the University of Maryland and continued her education earning her Masters Degree from Argosy University. She was a member of Phi Mu Sorority. She previously worked for Westside Elementary and most recently at Sunrise Elementary from 2006-2018.

On a perfect day, Cindy could be found "with her toes in the water, butt in the sand, not a worry in the world, a cold moscato in her hand." She enjoyed all crafts: making floral arrangements, gift baskets, ornaments and wreaths. She also loved adult coloring books.

Cindy is survived by her parents, Rex and Frances Eagan; spouse, Kevin Sola; three children: Breanne Harris, Kevin "Dude" Harris, and Nicholas Harris; four step-sons: Gavin Sola, Dylan Sola, Austin Sola, and Collin Sola; two brothers: Patrick Eagan and Jeffrey Eagan; two grandchildren, Aiden Sola and Averie Trader; two nephews: Matthew Eagan and Connor Eagan; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; and her beloved dog, Bella.

Family will receive friends on Friday, February 1, 2019 from 6-8:30PM at Fountainhead Funeral Home. Service will be on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 3:30PM at Fountainhead Funeral Home.

"Butterflies are the Heaven sent kisses of an angel."

  • FAMILY

  • Rex Eagan, Father
  • Frances Patricia (Cappallo) Eagan, Mother
  • Kevin Sola, Spouse
  • Breanne Harris, Daughter
  • Kevin "Dude" Harris, Son
  • Nicholas Harris, Son
  • Gavin Sola, Step Son
  • Dylan Sola, Step Son
  • Austin Sola, Step Son
  • Collin Sola, Step Son
  • Patrick Eagan, Brother
  • Jeffrey Eagan, Brother
  • Aiden Sola, Grandchild
  • Averie Trader, Grandchild
  • Matthew & Connor Eagan, Nephews
  • Numerous Aunts, Uncles & Cousins, Unspecified
  • Bella ., Her Beloved Dog

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 1, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 2, 2019
REMEMBERING

Cindy Harris-Sola

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John and Frances Eagan

February 14, 2019

Francy, Rex, Breanne, Dude, Nick, Patrick, Jeff, Matthew, and Connor,

No words can express the sorrow we all feel about Cindy’s passing. She was much too young for us to have to let her go. As we all knew, and which was so eloquently emphasized at her service, she was special to all around her- a daughter, a mother, a sister, a cousin, an aunt, and a friend. This family has suffered a great loss and she will sorely be missed by all those who knew and loved her, particularly at our family reunions. Among many things we’ll miss are her wit (a necessity in this family), her humor and her card playing. But her memory will live on which we will share with one another when we get together. I know she would have wanted to continue to share in all our lives for many years to come, and we wanted to share in her life as well, but there is comfort knowing she lived a full life in the limited time she had and had such a tremendous impact on all of us. Such is the mark of a successful life.

John and Frances

Donna Hudson Russell

February 14, 2019

Rex, Francy, Breanne, Dude, Nick, Patrick, Jeff & the Sola Family, Sincere condolences for your loss. Cindy was a childhood friend, known by many in Southern Maryland and her lovely smile will be dearly missed. Prayers of comfort and peace for you all. Donna Russell

Linda Palchinsky

February 5, 2019

No words will take away your pain. Prayers for the family. What a beautiful daughter and lasting memories to have to keep close to your hearts. ❤️

Carmel McCadden

February 5, 2019

Dear Rex, Francy and Family, I was so, so shocked and sad to read of Cindy’s passing. I met Cindy in the late 80’s when we both worked at ManTech and have many fond memories of her. I remember when she got engaged and we all celebrated at Pat’s Bar, we all had many, many fun times there. I also remember her pregnancy with Breanne and how excited she was to become a Mom. She was a very sweet and loving young lady and was taken from you all much too soon. I hope you find comfort in everyone’s rememberances of her, I know I did writing it and I will always remember her with fondness.
I’m praying for peace and healing for the families.
With Love, Carmel

Lynn Angel

February 5, 2019

Cindy’s smile could turn your bad day upside down she would light up the room. She was a wonderful teacher at LFS and will be remembered forever. Thanks for your smile n kindness.
Lynn Angel and Family

Cheryl McGill Crockett

February 3, 2019

Rex, Francy, and family,
There are obviously no words to help ease the pain of your loss, I know your hearts are shattered. I pray those around you give you strength and may God bring you peace and comfort.
Much love,
Cheryl McGill Crockett

Jane Li

February 2, 2019

Mrs. Harris was my boy’s teacher at Sunrise Elementary school. She’s a very kind and wonderful person and my boy loves her so much. I had a chance to chaperone classes to a whole day field trip and talked to her during the trip.
We are so sad to hear that Mrs. Harris passed away unexpectedly.
Rest In Peace, Mrs. Harris!
Jane’s family

Theresa Rhodes

February 2, 2019

Aunt Francy,Rex and Family, Kenny and I are heartbroken over the fact that Cindy was called Home so unexpectedly .
I realize that no words can lessen your pain but we just wanted you to know that we love you and pray that over time the wonderful memories will overshadow the grief. One more Angel above and one more Butterfly to smile at.

Mike & Michele Allen Family

February 2, 2019

I was so glad to be able to see Cindy at the reunion. We have been praying for you all daily, and won't stop. We love you all, and are so very sorry. Again, let us know if there is anything we can do ever...

Rebecca Habbershaw

February 2, 2019

Francy, Rex, Patrick, Jeff and family, I am at a loss for words to comfort you all during this time of grief. I wish I could be there with you all this weekend to give you the biggest hug and remember the life of Cindy. Your family has always been very special to me. As I looked through the pictures here, I saw true love of family, laughter and a lot of fun. As my Pastor preached this Wednesday, he talked about the power of prayer and the command have gave believers to pray for others. He said often you have no idea what to say during a tragedy, but our role is still the same... pray. Prayer is something we can always do for others. That is what I am doing for you all. Jesus is sitting at the right hand of God listening to every prayer. He knows what you need to see and hear right now. May you have some comfort knowing this. My love to all. Rebecca Habbershaw
Revelation 21:4

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Kindergarten Graduation
May 1971 ~ 5 years old

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October 1972 - 6 years old

Biography

Cindy Harris-Sola, 53, of Melbourne, Florida passed away Friday, January 25, 2019.

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Cindy was raised in Lexington Park, Maryland and moved to Brevard County in 2000. She attended Leonard Town High School and graduated from the University of Maryland and continued her education earning her Masters Degree from Argosy University. She was a member of Phi Mu Sorority. She previously worked for Westside Elementary and most recently at Sunrise Elementary from 2006-2018.

On a perfect day, Cindy could be found "with her toes in the water, butt in the sand, not a worry in the world, a cold moscato in her hand." She enjoyed all crafts: making floral arrangements, gift baskets, ornaments and wreaths. She also loved adult coloring books.

Cindy is survived by her parents, Rex and Frances Eagan; spouse, Kevin Sola; three children: Breanne Harris, Kevin "Dude" Harris, and Nicholas Harris; four step-sons: Gavin Sola, Dylan Sola, Austin Sola, and Collin Sola; two brothers: Patrick Eagan and Jeffrey Eagan; two grandchildren, Aiden Sola and Averie Trader; two nephews: Matthew Eagan and Connor Eagan; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; and her beloved dog, Bella.

Family will receive friends on Friday, February 1, 2019 from 6-8:30PM at Fountainhead Funeral Home. Service will be on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 3:30PM at Fountainhead Funeral Home. Interment will follow services at Fountainhead Memorial Park.

"Butterflies are the Heaven sent kisses of an angel."