Lucinda K. Aldrich
Memorial Services for Lamar resident Lucinda K. “Cindy” Aldrich will be held, Friday, February 13, 2009 at 1:00 PM at the Peacock Family Chapel.
Per Cindy’s request cremation will take place and there will be no visitation.
Cindy was born on October 6, 1961 at Denver, Colorado to Carl N. and Ellen L. (Cordell) Aldrich and passed away at Penrose – St. Francis Health Services in Colorado Springs on February 4, 2009 at the age of 47.
Cindy is preceded in death by her sister Loretta Mata on October 3, 2001.
She is survived by her daughter Elise Perez and son, Adam Perez both of Lamar. Her parents, Keith and Ellen Sanders of Wiley, father Carl (Irene) Aldrich of Akron, Colorado, sisters; Linda (Monty) Garrison of Farmington, NM, Robyn Jimenez of Lamar and brother Ronald Aldrich also of Lamar as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins other relatives and friends also survive.
|For the family of Cindy Aldrich- Ellen, I was so sorry to hear of Cindy's death- and could hardly believe it! Aren't we still just teenagers?! Our birthdays were one month apart, and we two were the babies of the class of '79! Great memories... Our prayers and heartfelt sympathy- Rhonda (Dave) Snyder|
|Cindy Aldrich - Dear family and friends, My prayers are with you at this time of loss. Cindy will be greatly missed and I know leaves a hole in your heart that cannot be filled. But, alas, through God's mercy it will be softened with the wonderful memories of this sweet gal. ...................|
from Diana, a co-worker for many years at the Pennsylvania Neoplan site.
|We were so sorry to hear that Cindy was not doing well and very sad when we got word she passed away your family had been apart of ours for along time and we felt like apart of yours you are in our prayers and hearts and have always been and will continue to be even has paths have changed for all of us. God is faithfull even when we are not if you ever need anything you can call us anytime. Love always,The Henson's|
|My mother knew Cindy for many years. I started babysitting her children when I started highschool and ended up working with her at Neoplan for 3 years. Cindy was a very cheerful person, always offering a helpful hand. I dearly appreciate everything that she has done for me and my family. I hope Adam and Elise are doing well and I want them to know that their mom is watching over them to guide them through their lives. Cindy was such a good lady, I miss her so much, wish I could of seen her again, I wanted her to meet my family. Take care. |
|Lucinda K. Aldrich |
Our most sincere condolences to all of Cindy's family, we knew her as a co-worker from Neoplan and working with her brother Ron.
Take care and God Bless
Greg Dowell and Family
|To the family of Cindy Aldrich, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Cindy was a great co-worker and became a good friend while we worked at NEOPLAN. I will always treasure the times we spent working on special projects together. Prayers! Tim & Kim Stegman & Whitney & Courtney Gilliland|
|For the Family of Cindy Aldrich.|
My thought and prayers at with you at this time. I remember Cindy with fondness. We were in high school together, graduating the same year.
Sandy Hays Gonzales
|Ellen,Keith, Robin,Linda and Ronnie, My heart goes out to all of you. Cindy and I had so much fun growing up next door to each other and going to school together. I have so many fond memories of our times together. Right after my mom died, she called me and while we were talking she told me that if I ever needed to talk to my mom, just call her and she would be there for me. I am glad that I was there for her on the day she was at the hospital. Even tho' we didn't see much of each other, I thought of her alot. Please, if there is anything that I can do, let me know. Cheryl (Burgess) Owens.|
|I'm so sorry to hear of Cindy's passing. I enjoyed working with her for over 20 years at Neoplan and remember that everyone thought the world of her.|
Prayers and Best Wishes to her family. Joyce Surprise