- 59 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 23, 1953
- Date of passing: Aug 20, 2013
|Love and memories last forever...|
Cynthia, Aitken (Caswell)
AGE: 59 Formerly of Somerdale
Cynthia Aitken (Caswell), age 59 of Atlantic City. N.J.
Passed away on August 20th,2013. She graduated from Sterling Regional High School (Class of 1971), and earned an R.N. degree. She worked as a nurse at hospitals throughout South Jersey. She is survived by her companion, Mark D’Amico. Beloved Daughter of Richard F. Caswell, Sr. and the late Elizabeth J. Caswell. Beloved Sister to the late David Caswell. In addition to her father she is survived by her siblings, Richard F. Caswell Jr. (Ann), Sarah Caswell-Pearce (Mark), Helen Caswell-Abrams (Ron), John Caswell (Mary), Matthew Caswell (Barbara). As well as nine nephews, four nieces, four great nieces and two great nephews.
Relatives and friends of the family are welcome to attend her Memorial service on Saturday September 7th at 11:30 AM. Harleigh Cemetery at 1640 Haddon Ave., Camden, N.J. 08103. Memorial service will be held at the Harleigh Mausoleum Chapel. Funeral interment immediately following. Condolences may be sent to Richard F. Caswell, Sr., Emeritus, Apt. 220, 1301 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees, N.J. 08043. In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to Heartland Hospice Services 190 N. Evergreen Ave. Woodbury, NJ 08096
"Thinking about you these past few weeks. I am hoping you have some peace and kiss Mom for me on the 11th. Love you forever"
"Where did the year go. We love and miss you. This week has been very strange I feel your spirit all around me. I was floored to find out that Rod Stewart is going to be in AC on your Birthday. I know we would have gone this year. Forever thinking of you. Tomorrow on your b-day I'll eat frosting out of the tub. One of your favorite things to do."
"My thoughts and prayers go out to the Caswell and Aitken families"
"There is too much to say here, so many memories. You were difficult. I was difficult. We talked late into the night, laughed together, cried together, and loved nothing better than opening the window in the middle of winter, then, huddling under the covers. XXXOOO"
"Cindy, I will remember you always......our childhoods all intertwined. I can't look back at life on Glenwood, without thinking of you. Rest in peace my friend."
"My Dear Sister you will forever touch my life. We were all so blessed to have you for as long as we did. Peace to you now with your beloved family in Heaven"
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