Condolences for Cindy Sue Jones

SaBrina Davis posted on 11/8/15

I met Cindy at a National Patient Advocates Foundation event. Losing Cindy confirms the reason advocates greet each other with hugs and hug each other tighter before departing. Many hugs to each person who will miss Cindy, may you find comfort in remembering precious moments shared with her.


Patient Advocate Foundation posted on 11/6/15

We are saddened to learn of the passing of Cindy Jones. She exemplified courage and strength in the face of her own challenges while advocating for countless thousands she would never meet face to face but who would forever benefit from her heroism. Cindy demonstrated her selfless love for others by making time to testify before numerous elected officials on issues important to patients, including the Virginia House and State Senate which in turn influenced the passing of legislation giving patients the power to choose their preferred chemotherapy treatment. In addition, she participated in countless media interviews, willing to share the lessons she learned through her journey in the hopes of reducing the burden on others who would be diagnosed with illness to come. Selfless and brave she continued to be throughout our journey together. If ever we needed a patient representative at a function or to present a speech at a hearing, Cindy was the first person that came to mind as she consistently, tirelessly responded yes to each and every request we made. She will be truly missed but her legacy of benevolence will live on as thousands of patients benefit from her sacrifice. Our deepest condolences are sent to her family, her friends and all who were fortunate to call her friend. Respectfully submitted, Patient Advocate Foundation


Karen Jakob posted on 11/6/15

My sincerest condolences to everyone that she touched. To the family and friends I send my prayers.


Pam Hall posted on 11/6/15

My prayers are with the family and friends. Cindy was a true advocate and had a passion for others and was always there when they needed her. She will be truly missed.


Arkita posted on 11/5/15

May the comfort, peace & joy of the Holy Spirit surround you and keep up uplifted during this time of sadness. With much love!!


Mary Stabile posted on 11/5/15

I knew Cindy from National Patient Advocate Foundation. Cindy was a true advocate and made such a difference being the patient's voice. Cindy will surely be missed by all.


Sara Cook posted on 11/5/15

we shall always remember a beautiful life shared. Your life made a difference.


Sara Cook posted on 11/5/15

We shall all remember a beautiful life shared. You made a difference in this world.



Deborah Baker posted on 11/4/15

You will shine on in our hearts ❤


Deborah Baker posted on 11/4/15

I will miss you!



Laurie Rideout posted on 11/4/15

May you grace my pillow as one of the angels, you have earned your wings.


Donna Adkins posted on 11/3/15

Cindy, your spirit of enthusiasm, wonderful smile and willingness to help others will be greatly missed. For those that may not know, Cindy was instrumental in 2012 with the enactment of Virginia Oral Chemotherapy legislation Senate Bill 450 and House Bill 1273. It was her testimony before the House and Senate that moved this legislation to passage. When then Governor McDonnell signed the legislation, he handed his pen to Cindy in appreciation for all of her hard work and dedication to insure that cancer patients would have access to the best chemotherapy treatment (infusion or pill form) of their choice without cost being an unrealistic barrier. Thank you again for all that you did to help others through having your voice heard, you were an awesome advocate. Rest in peace sweet angel. There’s no word that can express how sorry I was to hear about Cindy’s passing. I will always hold our trips to Richmond and phone conversations close my heart. Sending my sincere condolences, and prayers to her family, and friends during this difficult time. Donna Adkins Poquoson, VA


Dee posted on 11/2/15

My prayers and thoughts are with the Jones family during this most difficult time. May you rely on the God of "ALL" comfort to help you to endure the days ahead. ~While you throw all YOUR anxiety upon him, because he cares for YOU! [1 Peter 5:7] The Duncan's


Lisa Carroll posted on 11/2/15

Cindy was a brave warrior in the battle with Cancer. She was always so positive and such an inspiration to those whose lives she touched while on her journey. Her beautiful smile and bright spirit brought love and light to everyone blessed to know her. Although her time here on this earth was too brief, she will live on in our hearts forever. Rest in Peace my sweet friend with Angels on your pillows. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and many friends. With Love from ~ Lisa and Martin



Elizabeth Hanauer posted on 11/1/15

Cindy I always will remember your smile and how you always made me laugh. You were in pain but you never show it you were the strongest person I ever new to go out of your way to help others when u were in pain your self . I will miss you so much. D you will always be in my heart and I promise I will always remember you everyday of my life until we meet again one day In heaven your my angel of strength . RIP my friend



Ernesto crespo jr posted on 11/1/15

My friend


Guillermo Diaz posted on 10/31/15

Cindy started our frienship when wrote us after knowing through Livestrong that a son was with cancer. We never met but she ha accepted our invitation for visiting us in Lima, Peru, with her daughter. We will miss so magnificent angel but we have the joy of knowing that she is with God. Our deepest condolences to her relatives and hundreds of friends.


Nikki & Brantley posted on 10/31/15

Cindy, You have been there since the start watching and prying us through little Brantley's journey. Thank you for all the love and prayers, today is he doing amazing. He is growing and will soon celebrate his 4th birthday. You will be missed! You were a wonderful source of positivity and encouragement.


BJ Stark posted on 10/31/15

I am truly sorry for your loss. I have so many childhood memories with your family and growing up on Lonewillow. It truly looks as though Cindy is a real inspiration to a lot of people. Your family is in my thoughts.



Tinie ( The Netherlands) posted on 10/31/15

Thank you for your friendship Cindy.. may your beautiful soul rest in peace... I will always remember you with love



Tinie ( The Netherlands) posted on 10/31/15

Thank you for you virtual friendship Cindy... and may your beautiful soul rest in peace .. I wil always remember you with love..



betty jarman posted on 10/31/15

I mit cindy 18 years ago when i was going through breast cancer ,she was such a angel for me.then she told me two years later she had breast cancer also.i was so sad for her,she went through it like the trouper she was.going to work hurting but still smiling,aways there to help. God bless you .betty



Joanne DeAngelis posted on 10/31/15

You taught us all how to live, love, and fight for our lives. You will always be remembered as God's light.... Now you are living with the Angels; happy and healthy again. I will remember you always. Love, Joanne