Thursday, June 3, 2021 from 6pm to 8pm
Douglas A. Fiery Funeral Home
Cynthia Sue (Wade) Bennett, 70, of Walnut Towers (Big Nut), Hagerstown, MD and recently of Julia Manor Nursing Center, Hagerstown, MD, passed away on May 28, 2021.
She was born in Waynesboro, PA on April 18, 1951. She was the daughter of the late Theodore E. Wade and late Betty Jane Ridge Wade. She was proceeded in death by son Eric W. Bennett.
She is survived by son Brian Bennett, his wife Marcy and grandson Blake Bennett and granddaughter Katie Bennett of Cantor, NY; son Brad Bennett, his wife Christina and grandson Colby Bennett, step-grandchildren Tyler, Clayton and Hannah Keesee of Blue Ridge Summit, PA, and grandson Nathan Bennett of Waynesboro, PA; brother Dennis Wade of Fairfield, PA; sisters Debra White of Hagerstown, MD, Melissa Kimps of California, MD and Joanie Keister of Boonsboro, MD; former daughter-in-law Holly Bennett and children Gabby and Brandon Weaver; and all her many friends in the Big Nut and Small Nut apartment buildings.
She spent her early life in Pen Mar, MD, graduated from Smithsburg High School in 1969 and was retired. She was last employed as a day care teacher at La Petite Academy and a hostess at Charlestown Races.
Visitation for family and friends will be on Thursday, June 3, 2021 from 6pm to 8 pm. Cindy's wishes were to be cremated, there will be no service following the visitation. Her ashes will be laid to rest in Danese, WV, with her son Eric.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the American Kidney Fund or to the American Diabetes Association.
My sincere condolences to everyone in the family. Fly high, Cindy ... You are missed and loved by so many, and may you rest in peace in God's loving arms.
Cindy Sue, I will truly miss you. I know you are with dad, mom, your son Eric whom you lost shortly after he was born and many other family members. I know you are an angel now. I take comfort in knowing that you are no longer suffering. Until we meet again. Love you to the moon and back Big Sis from Little Sis.
Nana is in haven now no more pain looking down on all of us loved her smile and her laugh she will be missed by all of us our prayers are with you stay strong and keep the faith we will thinking of you love you may she rest in peace Uncle Jimmy and Uncle Rich
Joanie and Family Whenever our paths would cross when I was still in Pennsylvania, Cindy was always warm and kind to me and my boys. She did have an infectious smile and was always able to give me a good chuckle. I have always enjoyed your posts on FB documenting your various appointments, visits and outings with Cindy. It is a wonderful and lovely tribute. Joanie you are truly a strong, caring and loving woman. I am humbled. May you find peace and comfort in the days ahead. God Bless.
Sorry for your loss. I was one of Cynthia's WCT Para Transit drivers. It was a pleasure to know and talk to Cynthia on her frequent trips aboard the transit bus. She was always upbeat and pleasant. I know she will be missed. The good Lord always reclaims his own. So i know she is resting peacefully now. God Bless you all.
Cindy will be missed by us all here at dialysis. She always had a smile on her face! She was a wonderful woman. Rest in peace Cindy. Robinwood Dialysis Staff
Sorry for your loss. Cindy and I made many memories together in our early years on the mountain. She will be missed.
Bonnie Lou (Spangler) Creager
Love and hugs to your entire family. We are so sorry for your loss.
Kay & Charlie Vernon
Where to begin... Nana was one of the sweetest loving caring stubborn hard headed women you could ever know she was the best Nana, sister, friend mother you could ever ask for, My children and I were so blessed to have her in our lives for so many years we shared many of GREAT times together from birthdays, holidays and just plan days making memories together which we will hold dear to our hearts forever, we know that you are an angel now Nana with a new body and we know that you will watch over us and guide us for the rest of our days here on earth until we meet again RIP Nana WE LOVE YOU MOSTEST!!! Love Holly (Baby Girl) Gabby , Steph, Nate and all the grand fur babies that also loved you so much
My prayers of comfort to the entire family. You are all in my thoughts
I am so sorry for your loss Joanie. You were her angel; always being there for her. For that you can be proud.❤️
May she Rest In Peace after many struggles.
Darlene and Doug Stauffer