OBITUARY

Cynthia Louise De Haan

April 21, 1958April 21, 2021

Cynthia "Cindy" Louise De Haan, age 63, of Portland, Oregon passed away on Wednesday, April 21, 2021.

Cynthia was born April 21, 1958. She went to James Madison High School and achieved an Associates Degree of Mechanical Engineering from Portland Community College where she met her husband. She has worked as the bookkeeper for Landmark Equipment since March 1987. Her hobbies include curling up on the couch with a good book, quilting, and spending time with family.

She was preceded in death by her mother Thelma and is survived by her father Earl, siblings Pam and Warren, and son Cody.

A memorial service will be held for her Saturday, May 1st @ 11:00 am at Faithful Savior Lutheran Church located at 11100 N.E. Skidmore St. Portland, OR 97220

Cindy was loved by all and will be forever missed.

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Leslie Wright

April 29, 2021

My sincere condolences to Cindy’s family. My memories of Cindy are mostly from Grade School . She was always very sweet, and had a beautiful smile and personality. RIP Cindy💕

Betty Armstrong

April 29, 2021

This was one of the many things that Cindy would do. Surprised me with my office full of black Ballons for my 50th. She had help. 😎

Coreen Smalley-McMurtry

April 29, 2021

At the age of 10, I moved into the neighborhood of the Rund family. I knew no one and felt so unsure with my new surroundings. Cindy was the kindest and most giving of souls. She was the first person to reach out to me and add me to her friend list.
We walked to school everyday and walked home together too. She shared her breakfasts with me some of those mornings and her mother, Thelma, was the kindest of souls as well. Cindy loved to laugh and never had a negative word about anyone.
I saw her a few years ago at the store and we talked for long time at the vegetable department. We both told each other of our plights and said we would pray for each other and hugged. I am so fortunate for that moment as it meant so much to me in my life. I have always prayed for her.
Thank you, Cindy. Thank you, thank you, thank you.......Love to your soul journey. If you see my son, say hi.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY