ForeverMissed
Cynthia Lee Lambert better known as Cindy took flight from this life on November 24, 2020 to be with her heavenly Father whom she referred to as Poppa.

Her life started in Potsdam, NY on January 16, 1951. At the time of death, she was 69 years old.

Anyone that knew her knew how much Poppa meant to her.  She wrote to him in her daily journals. She strived to live her life how Poppa would want her to.  When things were not going just right, she would always ask Poppa for advice.  

She attended her church Vineyard; Franklin regularly and had unending faith.  She cooked food for any funeral that was held there.

Her first love was cooking and she so enjoyed feeding her family and friends. You could say she was a culinary artist. Her creativity showed in not only her food but also her home. She enjoyed making it homey and cozy inside and out and a place where people would love to gather.  And gathered they did. When work was done on her home she was so appreciative and almost giddy when the projects were complete. Without fail she would thank her Poppa for anything good happening in her life.

Her family was so important and she loved each and every one. She made friends everywhere she went. She had a bubbly personality that drew people to her. She was kind, generous, positive and always saw the good in others.  You would always see her loving, compassionate ways in every aspect of her life.  She loved people and they loved her.  She had a way of making one feel important. 

Music was a big part of her life from a young age and it was always playing in her home.  She loved all kinds of music.  She enjoyed reading, walking, working crossword puzzles, eating healthy and was constantly searching for peace on earth.  She loved a rainy day or a cool day in the fall.  You would often see her working in the yard and planting flowers. 

Her smile and her laughter were so endearing and infectious.   No doubt she had a great sense of humor and she filled the room with her personality. 

A couple years out of high school she became a hair dresser.   She had recently retired from
working in that business for over 40 years. Many of her clients became very close friends. She was so interested in them and their lives and she would share of herself with them too. 

It’s so appropriate that her passing was during Thanksgiving week because she was always so thankful for everyone in her life and everything she was blessed with.

She was preceded in death by her father Paul B Lambert and her mother Lois K Lambert.

She is survived by her daughter Cyndi Long and siblings, Susan Lambert, Barbara Lambert Hale, Jude Lambert, Mark Lambert (Kathy), Rob Lambert and James Lambert (Edwina) and many nieces and nephews. 

The memorial service will be a virtual video service from Vineyard Franklin on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 7:00PM. You can log on to the website at live.vineyardfranklin.com

In lieu of flowers please send donations to Vineyard Downtown at 4900 State Route 123 Franklin, Ohio 45005.  937 746-1435. This will help feed the hungry which was a lifelong passion of Cindy’s.
Posted by Naomi Wears on December 4, 2020
I am so lost without you.. I want to say sorry for our loss to my family... Cindy was like my second mom.. She was a amazing cook a wonderful hair stylist.. She always welcomed anybody in her home and her ❤ she never judged she always forgave people for their mistakes.. I am still in denial I cant believe you are really gone.. It feels like just yesterday I was brought into this .. I love and miss you Aunt Cindy
Posted by Deborah Morris on December 3, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear about Cindy's passing. I met her through a friend, she was a amazing hairdresser. RIP Cindy
Posted by Kathy Cox on December 3, 2020
I wish everyone knew you the way I did because you truly were one of a kind!! This is absolutely devastating and it’s going to take me some time to adjust to not being able to talk to you and see you! I miss you every minute of the day!!! Watch over us and always visit me!!! Until we reunite again!! I love you!!!!!! ❤️

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Posted by Naomi Wears on December 4, 2020
I am so lost without you.. I want to say sorry for our loss to my family... Cindy was like my second mom.. She was a amazing cook a wonderful hair stylist.. She always welcomed anybody in her home and her ❤ she never judged she always forgave people for their mistakes.. I am still in denial I cant believe you are really gone.. It feels like just yesterday I was brought into this .. I love and miss you Aunt Cindy
Posted by Deborah Morris on December 3, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear about Cindy's passing. I met her through a friend, she was a amazing hairdresser. RIP Cindy
Posted by Kathy Cox on December 3, 2020
I wish everyone knew you the way I did because you truly were one of a kind!! This is absolutely devastating and it’s going to take me some time to adjust to not being able to talk to you and see you! I miss you every minute of the day!!! Watch over us and always visit me!!! Until we reunite again!! I love you!!!!!! ❤️
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