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CYNTHIA DRIEDGER

Born: Oct 22, 1955

Date of Passing: Jul 06, 2017

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CYNTHIA (CINDY) DRIEDGER (nee MARSH) October 22, 1955 - July 6, 2017 Most beloved Wife, Mother, Sister and Friend. It is with great sadness that we must announce the sudden passing of Cynthia Driedger in the early hours of Thursday, July 6, 2017. She is survived by her husband and best friend Victor Driedger; her children, Matthew (Lani), Colleen (David), Patrick (Jamie), James (Amanda), and beloved son Nikolas. She is also survived by her many brothers, Greg (Caroline), Chris (Beverly), Gary (Marie) and John (Susan); as well as 17 grandchildren, seven nieces and nephews. Born in 1955 in Saskatchewan, home of her beloved Roughriders, Cindy Lyn was the blond-haired, green eyed apple of her Daddy's eye. Born to up and coming radio announcer Gren Marsh and his sultry songstress Lorraine, Cynthia grew up with a great appreciation for music, fun and family. In fact, spending time with her extended family camping or laughing over a meal was a great source of joy in her life. Beyond family and music, Mom had a deep love of animals. She loved to give the horsies a nice pat, gardening, reading, hockey and the Winnipeg Jets, camping at Lake Nutimik, her furry baby Sophie, and having coffee in the morning with the love of her life. Grandchildren will remember her warm hugs, delicious food and spooky stories. We will all miss her love and concern, her endless generosity and the way her laugh would turn to a cackle if your joke was funny enough. Anybody who has ever been in her home was treated like family. She was known as the kind lady who took in strays, human or animal. And she was everyone's best friend. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at Thomson "In the Park" Funeral Home, 1291 McGillivray Blvd. She loved, and was loved. RIP Cindy Lynn. THOMSON "IN THE PARK" 204-925-1120 Condolences may be sent to www.thomsoninthepark.com

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 11, 2017

Condolences & Memories (1 entries)

  • Having grown up in good old Charleswood I'd only met Cindy a few times and typically when us younger kids were playing football or hide and go seek with Chris and John and the other kids around the Marsh's place on Pepperloaf Crescent. I wasn't surprised to see the word 'kind' utilised in Cindy's obituary. In the short moments I had in any of the few exchanges I had with Cindy, I saw that good hearted kindness, it really shined through. Cindy wasn't the kind of person one could forget easily and I'm sure anyone who knew her would say the same. Very sorry to hear of your loss guys, sorry I can't be there. I am right beside you in spirit and support. Howard. (Australia). - Posted by: Howard Craig (Friend of family.) on: Jul 11, 2017

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Thomson In the Park Funeral Home and Cemetery

Thomson In the Park Funeral Home and Cemetery

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