Posted by Julian Bridge on June 20, 2021
I sit on the back porch you curated for us. The fountain gently making white noise in the background.
   It’s two days before your celebration of life and I’m having more of a hard time then ever. I don’t know what to say, I’m anxious about all the family flying in. Yet I think of you. Your Grace. Your patients, your courage and I know I can do it! I love you forever and always.
Posted by Carl and Elaine Martin on May 30, 2021
Cyndyn, I remember the day you arrived to survey the house for sale next door about 30 years ago. It has been our pleasure to have you and Randy as wonderful next door neighbors for all these years. We shared travel experiences, saw Julian and Max grow up, and always envied your expertise in creating a most wonderful back yard garden. Cyndyn (and Randy) hosted the most extra-ordinary Christmas Eve parties which we always looked forward to. Words cannot express our sorrow in her passing. Cyndyn was inspirational and so strong as she struggled these past years and her love for family and friends is and will be an ongoing inspiration to both of us.  RIP Cyndyn.
Posted by Devon Coquillard Bridge on May 18, 2021
No one faced life or cancer with as much grace, courage and poise (and style). She taught me that you can never have too many shoes (they all have a purpose), the song you sing when you cross into Idaho, and that there is always time to stop at Starbucks. She also taught me that family is simply who you love and that the table is always big enough for whoever wants to come. She loved her family and friends fiercely, and I am so lucky to be counted in that group. She was much, much more than just my Mother-in-Law. I miss her terribly but know she’s with us as the breeze on a beautiful spring day, or the rare sighting of her favorite animal, a Moose. I love you Cyndyn.

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