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  • Cynthia Lynn Strothers
    Cynthia Lynn Strothers of Medford, Ore., went to heaven November 4, 2012. She was 56. Cindy was born in Buffalo, N.Y., November 28, 1955 to Sherman Buzard and Delores Blair.
    Cindy loved taking pictures, sewing, sight-seeing, and many other things. But what she loved most in this world was her family. Goodbye, Cindy you were possibly the quietest and most gentle person I have ever known. Your off the wall shy sense of humor, your loyalty to family, your uncomplaining and stoic attitude, and your understated strength have been as remarkable as they were sometimes easy for some people to overlook. Due to your humility and unselfish ways. It would seem that your kind and loving heart was never meant for such a hard and uncaring world as this one. You have died too young as the great among us too often do.
    "To know one life has breathed easier. Because you have lived - that is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson.
    Cindy is survived by what she loved most her family. Her son, C.J.; daughter-in-law, Angela; grandson, Joseph; granddaughters Katelynne, Clarissa, Angelina, Selena, and Kira; her sisters Maureen Charnley and Jean Buzard; nieces Caryn, Rose, and Rita; nephews, Jack and Dann; her aunt, Mildred Black; and many cousins.
    In lieu of flowers or donations, tell someone close to you that you love them and give them a big hug.
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