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Cynthia J Short

August 22, 1950 - June 18, 2020

  • Visitation: 11am-12:30pm Thursday, June 25, 2020 at Hidden Valley Funeral Home of Kearney
  • Funeral Service: 12:30pm Thursday, June 25, 2020 at Hidden Valley Funeral Home of Kearney

Posted by:
Rhonda Dalley

Posted on:
July 5, 2020

Good Sunday morning Travis and Jessica This is Rhonda (Brittany and Regina ‘s mom) from Community Presbyterian Church in St Anthony ID Sandy Cheyne let me know that you had called O when I think of your mom I think of her spirt so strong and happy I think of her and how much she loved you and Jessica I think of her interaction with me wether at church or in Dr. Cheynes office most of all I think of her delight in you Travis and Jessica when you were little. We dearly missed all of you when you moved. When I see the picture of the family I realize what a full and loving circle of family and friends you all have in Missouri I think how blessed you all are I think no wonder her strong beautiful spirt was so full So full it carried over to so many We here in Idaho are blessed to have her share it Just to think of her I smile I know she shared her for everlasting spirt and will forever share it when we think of her She is with you forever in everything Travis and Jessica I sent her picture the Hidden Valley obituary to be put up at church Just seeing her picture o the memories of someone so amazing just being herself Love to you and all your family There is deep sorrow in death I am so sorry Travis and Jessica Knowing the hope and strength from her spirt is reassurance of the love from Jesus that is everlasting

Posted by:
Linda Shields

Posted on:
June 26, 2020

Cynthia has been a friend since kindergarten, and we shared a lot of good times. Steve,Cynthia and I had hoped you and Greg would join us when our class had our 70th birthday party this year. I was looking forward to meeting you. (the party has been canceled with everything going on.) From the sound of her last text, I was so hopeful she had beat the monster! My deepest sympathy to All.

Posted by:
Kay Latta

Posted on:
June 25, 2020

Cynthia always wore a smile and was the sweetest girl. My condolences to the family. Sincerely Hannibal High School Class of 68. Kay Storrs Latta

Posted by:
Thurston Family

Posted on:
June 25, 2020

Cindy will be greatly missed by her neighborhood family. She was always smiling and on the go. Continued prayers for the family.

Posted by:
Martha Roney

Posted on:
June 24, 2020

The Kearney Clinic Christmas 2016 party! Cindy loved the Christmas parties & she had a beautiful smile she lit the room up. She was loved by all & will be greatly missed!

Posted by:
Carol Julme

Posted on:
June 23, 2020

I went to school with Cynthia in Hannibal. She was always a kind, sweet, lovely person. I am very sorry for your loss.

Posted by:
Ginny

Posted on:
June 23, 2020

Cynthia was a high school classmate of mine. I have fond memories of her sweet nature and beautiful smile.

Posted by:
JOHN WILLMANN

Posted on:
June 23, 2020

Sincere condolences to Cynthia’s Family. I am sorry for your loss. We became friends in kindergarten back in Hannibal,. Rest in Eternal Peace.

Posted by:
Martha Roney

Posted on:
June 23, 2020

Cindy loved the Christmas parties at work & we loved the laughter from her so kind to all & a blessing to know. I will miss such a wonderful person!

Posted by:
Stephen Cheyne

Posted on:
June 23, 2020

Cindy will be missed. To Steve, Jessica, Travis and the rest of the family our deepest sympathy from everyone who knew her in St Anthony. She was a wonderful coworker and friend. Sandy, Jennifer, Bryan, Greg, and I all have warm memories of Cindy. Everyone I have told has been shocked and saddened by the news. Stephen Cheyne

Posted by:
Travis Short

Posted on:
June 23, 2020

Mom, I don't know what to say other than you have made your mark on this earth. You gave selflessly to our family at every turn, making sure that Jessica and I were ready, willing, and able to become the adults that we have. You labored tirelessly, yet with pride as you raised us. You made sure that your beliefs in responsibility, integrity, and selflessness were met. I wish that I could hear your voice one more time, to tell you that we are willfully committed to your vision in life. A life that is filled with love, labor, and structure. I love you mom, and I will always instill that love in my children, their children, and all those who come close with them. Be at peace, and free of pain.

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