Cindy Kay Post

December 26, 1961October 26, 2018

Cindy K. Post, 56, of Seattle, WA passed away on October 26, 2018. She was born in Minneapolis, MN on December 26, 1961. Cindy worked in Education at the Highline School District. Throughout Cindy's life she had a passion for music and dancing.

She is survived by 7 Siblings: Dean, Pat, Louise, Barb, Arnie, Brian & Jeanette; her Children: Adam, Justin, Ralph and Alta; and her Grandchildren: Connor, Brandon, Haley, Jaden, Mason, Baby Mac, RJ, Nara, Boe, Gavin, Emma and Evelyn. She will be missed by all.

On Friday, November 16, immediate following the 2pm grave site services, please join us at the Kent Eagles, 2505 S 252nd St, Kent, WA 98032, for a Celebration of Cindy’s Life.



  • Visitation Friday, November 16, 2018
  • Graveside Service Friday, November 16, 2018


  • Reception Following Graveside Service

Cindy Kay Post

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Kathy Pederson

November 15, 2018

I have so many memories with Cindy and will miss her so much. We grew up together,had babies together and when my girls needed someone to take care of them, it was Cindy that I trusted them to be with.
I will forever remember that beautiful smile, laugh and ever loving good nature person that she was. Only wanting to love and be lived.

JR Herrington

November 10, 2018

Cindy has always been very special to me. It was always good to see her when the family got together for a special occasion. I can remember when I was old enough to drink and going to the Eagles club in White Center. She was like your finally old enough to be in here. She got me a drink and we laughed and joked. It was a good time. I know she is in a better place now.

Tara Hatcher

November 8, 2018

Cindy was near and dear to our family over the years! My husband Greg knew her growing up in his childhood as some of his best friends mom. And I was lucky enough to meet her thru our family and friends. She was always so welcoming and loving towards our family! One of my favorite memories of Cindy was one day when we lived at the same apartment complex and she brought me the best homemade meatloaf I had ever tasted. I had just had a bad day at work and that just made my night!!! I always made sure to remind her of that every time I saw her and that I was ready to take dinner any night she wanted to give it to me. I’ll miss her outgoing personality and her loving affection she’d always shown to my children. She will be dearly missed and we’ll meet again in heaven when our time comes. Prayers for the family thru this time!

Alta Miles

November 7, 2018

The best memories i have of me and my mom are when i was little every morning she would sit at the side of my bed and caress my head and sing to me "you are my sunshine" until i woke up . As i grew older we would always rent movies or watch friends and pig out on popcorn and candy. I will treasure her memory forever.

Michelle Bartlette

November 4, 2018

My memory of my cousin Cindy was a lot of fun times. We use to play all day at the projects visit the friends that lived close by. I also remember the North Dakota picnics how much fun that was swimming, swinging,eating ice cream at the little store, and finding money in the hay. We use to walk through the school and over to meet with cousin Diane lots of laughing and fun times. She had to grow up and become a mother young in life but did what she could to provide. Love you R.I.P.

Sally McLaughlin

November 3, 2018

My first memory of Cindy was as a very young woman, with little Adam. Then sweet Justin came along, then Ralphie and finally beautiful little Alta. Cindy was always kind to me and she loved my children. I will miss you Cindy and I will keep you close in my heart.

Deanna Powers

November 3, 2018

My Aunt Cindy was always kind to me and my children. I will always remember her carefree hugs and sweet words for me and my kids. I also loved to hear her talk about her grandkids. Her face would shine with love for them.