Condolences for Cynthia J. Harold

Tony Guieb posted on 9/20/21

Cyndi was my manager at the ODU Bookstore in my last two years of college. She was always positive and never shied from kidding around. Many years of lost contact and I am just now seeing this. She is truly missed!

 

 

Patricia Winchester posted on 1/5/19

You will be missed greatly, I still can't believe this has happened. I will miss the stories and the sharing. As I drink from the coffee mug I will always treasure the saying and think of you. Sisters in Christ.

 

 

Debbie Fearing posted on 1/5/19

Cynthia & I worked together at Riverside Medical Group. It was always a pleasure to talk with her. She was funny & would make me laugh & she was kind with a beautiful smile. She will be dearly missed. My deepest sympathy to Cynthia's mom, dad, brother & extended family. I cannot imagine the loss you must be feeling but do know the hope we have in our Mighty Lord & Savior, when on that glorious day he calls us home & we will be reunited again. Praying God's love, peace & comfort will continue to surround each of you today & in the days to come.

 

 

Julie Walker posted on 1/4/19

You will forever be in my heart! I will miss our time and talks over our bible studies.

 

Rick Harrison posted on 1/3/19

Cyndi & I met when I took a promotion with Barnes & Noble at the University of Memphis Bookstore. I saw her smile from across the room and we became friends instantly. I laughed at her first joke and she continued to keep me laughing for more than 20 years. Words will never describe how much I will miss her.

 

Jeff Hastings posted on 1/2/19

I had the opportunity of getting to know Cyndi when she worked at Barnes and Noble Bookstore at ODU. I worked for ODU at the time. She would always brighten the day with her smile. She was kind and generous to everyone she worked with. Our thoughts and prayers and with your family at this time.

 

Karan Smith posted on 1/2/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time. May God grant you peace and comfort as he surrounds you with love.

 

Nissa Baity posted on 1/2/19

Princess, now you get to rule with your Prince of Peace. I miss you, dear friend!

 

Terri Hill posted on 1/2/19

I had the pleasure of meeting Cynthia and her loving parents when she moved into her condo. She was always so pleasant and friendly. I was looking forward to working with her as she was recently elected to the Board of Directors for her Condominium Association. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Please take comfort in knowing Cynthia is resting in the comfort of our Savior.

 

Cindy Corbett posted on 1/1/19

Cynthia was a neighbor and became a very good friend. She (and her dog Andy) were fun to spend time with and I will miss her immensely. Heaven has a new Angel. My condolences to her Mom, Dad, and brother along with her extended family. I loved you like a sister, Cyndi❤️

 

Andrea Langford posted on 12/31/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Death can be so hard. May knowing that you are in our prayers comfort you. May the “God of comfort” continue to comfort you, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For help in dealing with the loss of a love one feel free to visit this Bible based site. jw.org