Let the memory of Cynthia be with us forever
  • 62 years old
  • Born on November 6, 1951 .
  • Passed away on February 2, 2014 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Cynthia Glock, 62, born on November 6, 1951 and passed away on February 2, 2014. We will remember her forever.

Please leave a personal memory of Cindy to share with her family as she will forever be in our hearts.  

Posted by Tara Kocher on 9th February 2014
Well Cindy where do we begin....We have many of good times,sad times,and just plan fun times...Never gonna be the same but it all of your family that u have which let me remind u is huge will do what you want us to do or what better said what Cindy would do...One moment that i will never forget is the day Diane (which just turned 16)and I drove away in Delmar's new Dodge truck off to a show...Cindy and my mom Nancy to this day would say " cant believe we let them just go themselves.." All the trips u and I made to a show or something to do with school and Diane or David...many late,nights....well the thing is i could go on and on...Thank you for also being my moms best friends no better person in the world....love you and keep a close eye on us all..." to Diane and David now there really is an angel over u ever second....Love You all....
Posted by Shirley Trimmer on 8th February 2014
to my dear friend , who always had a smile ,a warm heart & a kind word to share , We sure had some great times, and shared many laughs and experiences at the shows. I am going to miss our chats. you left us way too soon. love and miss you.
Posted by Danielle Mummah on 7th February 2014
I have wonderful memories of Momma Glock. From going to cow shows and sleeping in the camper, to riding in her big van to many conventions, dairy judging practices and competitions. She was the first to introduce me to Mary Kay, her after Christmas decoration finds...she had tons of them thinking someone may have a Christmas wedding! the Milky Way Dairy club.....she is one of several leaders who made sure we knew how to do conduct a meeting! her famous potato salad, I still laugh when I think about showing at fairs and she would give David money to go play games! She was a band mom, a softball mom and football mom. she loved buying thirty-one bags from me. I last saw her in mid December at a craft show and she was concerned about my upcoming surgery. She was another mom to all us kids. Cared so much for us. She was a wonderful mother to Diane and David and was so proud of them. There is now doubt in my mind she is in Heaven feeding calves and checking out all the ladies from Walnut-Hills that are up there now. The dairy barn at the Juniata Co Fair will not be the same without her. She will be missed but I will always remember her.
Posted by Kathie Bailor on 7th February 2014
JHS class of "70 has lost another member. JHS is where this all started! Cindy was first my classmate, then she became my very good friend, and next on the list she became my cousin,, my cousin that no matter how long the span was between the times we talked,,we just always picked up where we left off.. I shall miss her.
Posted by Rachel Cloninger on 7th February 2014
Mrs. Glock was an amazing, passionate, loving person who will be very missed. We will miss her smile, thoughtfulness and cooking! One memory that stands so clear is when she always brought wonderful food to the barn at PSU during Fall Classic week. She always made sure we were well fed! Her amazing children will carry on her legacy and she will forever be kept in our hearts. We are thankful that we had the opportunity to know her.
Posted by Patty Zannino on 7th February 2014
Cindy was a kind person. I haven't seen her for a while but always recall how nice she was every time we ran into each other.

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