Condolences for Cynthia Turnbull

Jamie Dougherty posted on 3/25/21

I worked with Cindy for many years at Lynnhaven Elementary. Teaching music, I taught all of Cindy’s students. She loved them and supported them all while expecting their best. I also new Cindy at church, St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, in King’s Grant. Tricia and Jamie both sang in my choirs, Cindy often doing her part as “choir mom”. A great lady!

 

Lisa Stutzman Petty posted on 3/25/21

Cindy and I grew up together and became great friends into early adulthood and shared many fond memories. Cindy's heart for children in need of support began very early where she yearly volunteered and mentored children through the Special Olympics Organization. It only stood to reason that she would dedicate her career to teaching in the area of special education in the public school arena. Cindy I will miss you dearly my dear friend...until we meet again...

 

Peggy Burke posted on 3/24/21

Cindy was such an advocate for children. I had the pleasure of working with her at Larkspur. I send the family my deepest condolences.

 

Bob Holt posted on 3/24/21

I had the privilege of working with Cindy at Larkspur.she was an amazing Special Ed teacher with the patients of a Saint. She was my friend. sent

 

Bob Holt posted on 3/24/21

I had the privilege of working with Cindy for many years at Larkspur middle school. She was an amazing Special Ed teacher with the patiences of a saint. She was a good friend . sent to her family.

 

Donna Assion posted on 3/24/21

Cindy was always so kind and upbeat . Our daughters were friends growing up. We also shared our mutual love for education.