Vel Scott posted on December 10, 2019

Barbara Crane posted on December 10, 2019
I worked with Cynthia at UH in the OR. She was so filled with joy and had the greatest smile and laugh. My condolences to her family. I know you will miss her.

Ja’nete Powell posted on December 6, 2019
Cynthia was one of my nursing mentors.. She taught me so much!! We talked on the phone at least twice a week.. She was so proud of me and would tell me that every time we spoke. I recently got married and I told her that if she missed my wedding I’d die.. She told me she wouldn’t miss it for the world..The last time I seen her was on Nov 2nd at my wedding!!! Lol she looked amazing... she was so happy for me.. We hugged and hugged some more. Afterwards she texted me a beautiful message that I will hold on to forever!! She will always have a special place in my heart.. My condolences to you all

Barby R. Smith posted on December 3, 2019
My heartfelt condolences to Cynthia’s son, family and friends. I worked with Cynthia in the Mather OR at UH. We will miss that great smile and laughter. “Good-night! good-night! as we so oft have said, Be-neath this roof at midnight, in the days That are no more, and shall no more return., Thou hast but taken up thy lamp and gone to bed; I stay a little longer, as one stays, To cover up the embers that still burn.”! Henry Wadsworth Longfellow “But as for you, go on to the end. You will rest, but you will stand up for your lot at the end of the days.” ( Daniel 12: 13.) Jesus compared death to a sleep from which one is awakened by resurrection. “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life; (John 11:25) Jehovah’s son Jesus will unlock the gates of the memorial tombs, “… all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.”— (John 5:28, 29) For “In the Christ all will be made alive”. (1 Corinthians 15:21, 22)

Karen van der Kuyp posted on December 3, 2019
Cynthia and I worked together at UH OR as charge nurses. She was my friend, as well as my colleague. I will never forget her.

Letcher Eley posted on December 3, 2019
I was very sad to hear of Cynthia's passing. When I first I got to Boston University, Cynthia adopted me as her little brother. She treated me warmth and kindness. I will miss her very much as I am sure all of you will as well.