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Cynthia "Cindy" Martin
November 17, 1947 - April 8, 2019
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Cynthia “Cindy” Martin, 71, of Port Clinton, OH, passed away, Monday, April 08, 2019, at Riverview Healthcare Campus, Oak Harbor, OH. Cindy was born on November 17, 1947 in Port Clinton, the daughter of Raymond A. and Lois I. (Diedrich) Wood. She was a 1965 graduate of Port Clinton High School. Cindy worked at Drawbridge …
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Delilah Abbot-Woodland left a message on April 23, 2019:
Dear Denny, Angie and family, My deepest sympathies and condolences to all of you. I am so sorry and grief stricken to hear of your mother's passing. I just saw this on Facebook and wish I knew as I definitely would have been to her service. She was such a wonderful, intelligent, funny good friend that I have missed since leaving the area. What great memories I have spending time with her at The Wharf and on her and Bill's boat too! Loved her alot!!! What a gal! My prayers are with you all! God Bless Delilah Abbott-Woodland
Debbie Krynock left a message on April 23, 2019:
Cindy taught me a lot working at Drawbridge. She was a great worker a lot of fun!very thoughtful person. She will be missed by many.
Debbie Teste left a message on April 23, 2019:
So sorry to hear that Cindy passed away... she was a wonderful person and we enjoyed seeing her at our Salon... prayers to the family... Debbie and Gina
Holly Brawley left a message on April 23, 2019:
My sister was quite a character! I told her many times over its s good thing her “little” sister didn’t hold a grudge....all the things she used to do to me!!! When she got married she appreciated me much better and we had some fun adventures together: rowing out from Marblehead to perch fish in the snow- then going home to scale & gut them (me) and she filleted them; mixing up batches of chocolate chip cookies and only ending up with a few cookies cause we both loved to eat the dough!; riding on the back of her motorcycle going to auctions...of course we couldn’t buy anything!!....and many more good times. I learned my love of animals from her as did her kids. She will be missed tremendously but hopefully she’s at peace now after this past year of struggles, and is with her beloved dog “Spaz” who she loved more than anything. Love you, Cindy. Favorite Sister.
Kathy Stover left a message on April 23, 2019:
So sorry for your loss. Cindy was a kind and very talented woman. Peace, strength and prayers for all her loved ones she leaves behind. Love, Kathy and Ed Stover
Walker Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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