Cindy was a kind-hearted and caring person who had a way with words; whether it was word games, sassy comebacks, sarcasm or helpful advice, Cindy was a master at all of it.
Although Cindy had difficult circumstances, she felt comforted knowing God had her in His arms and He filled her mind with peace.
Cindy leaves behind her loving husband Tyler Baerr; her daughter Jaylene; her sons Grady and Marcaz; her daughter-in-law Bernadette; grandchildren Atticus, Micah, and Florian; her parents Jean and John Hildebrand; and of course, her cats Toulouse and Berlioz.
Cindy was definitely a caregiver and a big part of her daughter’s life, but she was a big part of many people’s lives. She was a loving mother who put 110% into parenting and teaching her kids the dos and don’ts of life.
Although she passed down a lot of things to her children, like cooking and baking skills, she made sure each of them was as sarcastic and witty as her as well.
Service will be held at Eastview Community Church, 315 Maxwell King Drive, on June 17, 2023 at 1:00pm.
Instead of buying flowers for the family, please donate and help Madox's Warriors, a charity that help early childhood brain cancer patients, in honor of Cindy www://madoxswarriors.com
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