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Cynthia Jean Vroman
October 11, 1949 - October 27, 2018
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Cynthia Jean Vroman known to her friends as C.J. passed away in her home unexpectedly October 27th 2018. C.J. was born at Toledo Hospital in October 1949. Fall was always a special and favorite season of hers. Her parents Jeanne and Robert Vroman were blessed with a beautiful and cheerful child and four years later …
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Kim Shea left a message on December 2, 2018:
To CJ's family & friends- May God bring strength, peace & comfort to you all. I just found out today that CJ passed away. I am in shock. I met her through Women in the Wind motorcycle club many years ago. In recent years, we have kept in touch through face book and when I didn't see her posts anymore I went to her face book page and got the very sad news. CJ quite frequently commented on my face book page. She gave me good advice about trapping my feral cats. I always trusted her good judgement and would ask her if I was trying to find an answer to something I was having trouble with. She commented on my pictures I took of my animals. She was always supportive and very comforting when I would lose an animal- dogs, my horse, cats & a few birds over the years. I will miss her tremendously. RIP CJ. One fine day we all will be together again. As I have said...I am really going to miss you my friend. Love ya, Kim Gabriele Shea
To The Family left a message on November 26, 2018:
and friends of Cynthia Vroman, please accept my belated condolence. God promises to wipe away the tears of sorrow that such losses cause. (Revelation 21:4) At Psalms 147:3, God says he will heal those with a broken heart. He will do this by resurrecting and reuniting us with our loved ones who have died. (John 5:28,29) For more information on this subject, type the following url into your browser: tinyurl.com/mezwv23. You will soon realize that God’s promises are not a dream, but will be fulfilled very soon because “God does not lie.” (Numbers 23:19) There is nothing anyone can say to take the pain away, but I hope the thought of knowing you can hug Cynthia again in a righteous new world, eases your pain and brings you comfort in the days ahead.
Carol loos left a message on November 13, 2018:
Thank you for your kind words, Cindy. She will be missed by so many. Carol Vroman Loos
Carol loos left a message on November 13, 2018:
Nancy thank you so much. Wonderful memories! I just remembered our bicycle club. What fun we had. CJ loved them all and Humane Ohio had a special place in her heart. I do appreciate your prayers. CJ is so missed by all of us. Love to yoy and your family.
Nancy Byers Clabaugh left a message on November 12, 2018:
My mother, Dorothy Byers, and I were so sorry to hear of the loss of my childhood friend, Cindy. I have so many fond memories of her and our friend Linda Hoagland Morris playing on Bowen Rd when we were in grade school. Red ear slider turtles were mentioned in her obituary . I remember Morgan and my turtle was named Herman. My mother said we used to put the turtles in my wagon and pull them around the neighborhood! Such fun times... My mother and I would like to give to her favorite local animal rescue in her memory. Can you tell us which one that would be? Take care and our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
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Cindy Connolly left a message on November 6, 2018:
Very sorry for C.J.'s loss. I only "knew" C.J. through her Nextdoor site comments-thoughtful, appreciative, kind-hearted.
Carol Vroman Loos left a message on November 5, 2018:
Oh Peggy, thank you for your wonderful words! She so valued your friendship. We have many memories and so thankful for them. Take care! Carol Loos
Peggy Weisenburger left a message on November 5, 2018:
Carol - I am so sorry to read the Obituary for Cindy - We had such good times living in the apartments on Sylvania Avenue, keeping track of the cats, explaining to Gordon that the little cat was staying with me while Cindy moved to her house on Douglas road; I know that she will rest peacefully with all of her cats, and I am sure that it will be very hard for you to go forward without her. Losing your only sister is so difficult, but your memories will bring you peace. Peg Weisenburger
Carol Vroman Loos left a message on November 5, 2018:
Oh Ginny. I am so glad that you and CJ had each other! Thank you for your kind words and know she is at peace now and with her fur babies. Carol Vroman Loos
Carol Vroman Loos left a message on November 5, 2018:
Oh Ginny. I am so glad that you and CJ had each other! Thank you for your kind words and know she is at peace now and with her fur babies. Carol Vroman Loos
Carol Vroman Loos left a message on November 5, 2018:
Thank you Vera and so sorry for your loss too! Cindy is at peace and with her beloved fur babies.! Carol Vroman Loos
Carol Vroman Loos left a message on November 5, 2018:
Thank you so much Janine. Cindy is at peace and with all her fur babies! Carol Vroman Loos
Carol Vroman Loos left a message on November 5, 2018:
Thank you so much Janine. Cindy is at peace and with all her fur babies! Carol Vroman Loos
Carol Vroman Loos left a message on November 5, 2018:
Thank you for your kindness Bob. Vroman Foods was grateful for you too and I hope you know that. This was quite a shock. Carol Loos
Janine Gwozdz left a message on November 4, 2018:
Very, VERY shocked to see C.j.'s obituary in today's paper. ? She was a Facebook friend. We had many things in common. I also knew her from Save-A-Pet. RIP C.j. I'll miss your comments to my posts & our shared thoughts, opinions, etc. My sympathy to her family & friends. May your memories of her life with you all, bring you peace
Robert Wengrow left a message on November 4, 2018:
Dear Carol, My sincerest sympathy on the loss of your sister, Cindy. I have very fond memories of times we all shared working at Vroman Foods. Your family truly provided my professional start in life and I will always be grateful. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Sincerely, Bob Wengrow
Vera Sheldon left a message on November 3, 2018:
R.I.P. CJ.....I. remember you so well from the day we met.. Our friendship continued thru social media and you will be sadly missed.... Your friendship will never be forgotten......
Ginny Hayes-Cook left a message on November 3, 2018:
I can't believe how much you can come to love someone so much that you've never met in person. C.J.,you will never know how much of an impact you have made on my life and certainly many others. Your wisdom will be sadly missed along with all the encouraging words. I wish we could have had that coffee or tea together, but I guess God had other plans. Your Facebook friend, Ginny Cook
Walker Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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