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Cindy Lynn Hood

February 3, 1951November 19, 2020
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Cynthia Lynn Hood, age 69, of Lake Mary, Florida passed away on Thursday, November 19, 2020. Cindy was born February 3, 1951 in Kenosha, Wisconsin to the late William and Violet Huck. Cindy was an avid reader, loved the sunshine, and adored her family. She was compassionate and caring, opening her heart and home to anyone who needed it. She spent her life caring for her husband and raising her children, when the time arrived she then doted on her grandchildren. The Hood family was blessed with travel adventures around the globe, wonderful memories of holiday traditions and a love and respect for Cindy that they will carry with them always. Left to cherish her memory is her husband of 46 years, William (Bill) Hood; daughters Kimberly Anderson (Matthew) and Stephanie Williams (Scott); son, William Hood (Justine Nierras); grandchildren, Hunter, Cassandra, and Natalie Anderson; sisters, Marguerite Wristen, Amy Peterson, Melissa Markert and Sally Drea as well as numerous other extended family members and friends.

In lieu of flowers please make any donations to The Christian Sharing Center https://m.facebook.com/thesharingcenter/ or The Salvation Army Of Seminole County http://www.salvationarmysanford.org/ If donating to The Salvation Army, please add whoodhf@pm.me as the recipient, thank you.

  • FAMILY

  • William James Huck, Father (deceased)
  • Violet Lodginski, Mother (deceased)
  • William Ott Hood, Husband
  • Stephanie Ann Williams (Scott), Daughter
  • Kimberly Lynn Anderson (Matthew), Daughter
  • Hunter Nathan Anderson, Grandchild
  • Cassandra Lynn Anderson, Grandchild
  • Natalie Marie Anderson, Grandchild
  • William David Hood (Justine Nierras), Son
  • Marguerite Wristen, Sister
  • Amy Peterson, Sister
  • Melissa Markert, Sister
  • Sally Drea, Sister

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Jeanette Roach

November 24, 2020

Aunt Cindy, so full of fun and laughter. Willing opened her home to us (Jerry and I) for many a "bike week". We will miss you terribly.

Todd Hall

November 24, 2020

Dear Bill & Family;
I have no words that could possibly ease the loss you are feeling this day, but what I can share with you, is that you are not alone!
The memories are countless and only because of the family they were created from. I remember when Cindy and Bill were married, it was so obvious they had become a inseparable team and has been proven to this day. You are blessed to have the memories created as am I to have Cindy as my cousin!

Todd

Maureen Zucks

November 24, 2020

Such sadness for the loss of a beautiful, wonderful friend. Cindy was an amazing woman, a wonderful wife and mother and so much fun. It is unbelievable that we were out to dinner only 8 weeks ago and that only 4 weeks ago she was asking me to plan our next one - that she is gone is overwhelming but I am so glad I got to see her 10 days ago and will treasure that last hug forever and miss her always. My love and prayers to her entire family. XOXO

Amy Peterson

November 23, 2020

Another great memory as we kicked off a fantastic girls weekend. This was taken at the park here in Libertyville, IL. It was a ‘Beetles’ concert. We enjoyed a wonderful packed dinner and drinks and perhaps danced a bit as well! One of many fond memories at our HUCK girls vacations. We will miss her so much.

Drea Drea

November 23, 2020

THE HUCK GIRLS!
We all have great memories of visits from Cindy and her family back to the Chicago area. We had wonderful summer Sisters Weekends that were filled with fun, laughter, great food, shopping, and sunshine.

Harry and I, along with our daughters Kate and Molly, send you, Bill, Kim, Stephanie, Will and your families, all our love and prayers. God bless you.

Sally Huck Drea

Janet Tombros

November 21, 2020

Cindy and I first met when our boys were in Kindergarten. We found that we could discuss any topic and laugh for hours about nothing. Like family, we celebrated the accomplishments and changing of our children’s lives.
My fondest memories are about being so caught up in our conversations that we misplaced my car. The first time we’d been out to lunch and she dropped me off at my house and headed home. I soon discovered that my car was missing. You see, I had driven over to her house to meet up in the first place. The next time was a trip to Universal’s City Walk. I made darn sure to note that we had parked in the Spider-Man section. It took us 30 minutes or more to find the car. We didn’t dare call Bill or Ted because we figured they’d never let us out together again. Turned out that each level of the parking garage had a Spider-Man section. Jeeze!
I will alway remember the laughter we shared.

Marsha Evans

November 20, 2020

I have to say Cindy was one of the most funniest, caring and loving women I have ever met. It only took me a few times being around her for her to become close to my heart !!
She was always concerned about my family and my health. It’s hard to explain the empty Place in my heart right now. I feel her and Bill were a blessing in my life. I will never forget her . She will be missed by so many . I love you Cindy.

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