January 01, 1970
Cynthia Lou Brewer, 70, passed away peacefully in the arms of her husband and sons on April 3, 2023. Cindy was born January 5th, 1953 in Belleville, Illinois to Norton and Delores Woodward.
Early in life, Cindy found a love for sports and was a standout on the softball field. She graduated from Belleville High School West in Belleville, Illinois in 1971. Shortly thereafter, she moved to West Virginia where she earned her bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University in 1975 and continued to further her education by earning a master’s degree from Slippery Rock University. Cindy was a passionate teacher, and dedicated 36 years of her life to her teaching career. After sharing her wisdom, kindness and compassion with thousands of students, she retired from Seneca Valley School District in 2012. In retirement, Cindy became very interested in her heritage and genealogy. After months of research, Cindy became a proud member of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Cindy had an extraordinary eye for color and design. Whether it was creating a beautifully landscaped yard, or updating a room with new artwork, her creations always impressed. Cindy enjoyed spending her free time landscaping, jogging, antique shopping and spoiling her cats with love and affection. Beach vacations with extended family, and her yearly “girls trip” were standout memories for Cindy.
Cindy was a devoted Mother and Wife that loved her family unconditionally and did everything to make their lives easier. Preceded in death was her Mother Delores Woodward. Those left to cherish her memory are her beloved husband of 45 years, Richard Brewer, her two children, Daniel and Adam (Konley) Brewer; her Father Norton Woodward; her sister, Pamela Plaskett, brother Timothy (Tina Perrine) Woodward; her Brother in- law Randall (Julia) Brewer; Nephews Michael (Nguyen) Sieburg, and Christopher and Brad Brewer.
Family and friends are welcome on Tuesday from 5-7 pm, and again on Wednesday from 9:30 am until 11:15 am at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry, 2678 Rochester Road, Cranberry Township. A Memorial Service will follow at 11:30 am at the funeral home, with Rev. Tom Parkinson officiating.
in lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in Cindy’s name to Good Samaritan Hospice.Send Flowers Shop Gifts Print Obituary Share Obituary
I just found out about Cindy a colleague and friend from Seneca days.
I lost John last June.
Rick, just found out today. So sorry. Have been trying to reach out to you, We live in Ben Avon. Stopped by Woody’s place today without luck. Send me an email, would like to get together.
Adam, Dan, Rick
I am so sorry for your loss, I have so many memories of being over at your house and she was always so sweet to me, or five of us piling in the back of her and Rick’s car on the way to a movie. I will pray for you guys over this time. I miss you.
Rick , just wanted to extend to you and Dan and Adam and your family our condolences and sympathies on you loss….have many great memories of time spent together with you and Cindy on the baseball fields and throughout the the years of the boys growing up together. She was a a beautiful person and always fun to be with…So sorry for your loss…May God be with you all during this very difficult time…
I lived with Cindy at Women’s Hall. I had just transferred to WVU and she was my roommate. I was so lucky to get someone like Cindy. She made me laugh all the time. Her sarcasm was the funniest. She loved her cat very much. We lived together after that in an apt and it two other girls. We had so much. I will miss her. We got together a few times after college and they were great times. See ya on the other side❤️
Cindy was always so much fun. Her zingers made a point in the funniest way. She loved poker after the first win and would stay awake all night looking for a spider. She made life so much fun. I will miss her like so many others but we will meet again.. love to those missing her now.
Rick, Dan, & Adam,
Cindy made a difference in so many lives, her family, her students and her friends. I feel so blessed to have called Cindy my friend, from WVU college days throughout our adult lives. Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Love, Nancy & Dave
My deepest sympathy to you Rick & family for
Your great loss . May you share fond memories
Of Cindy To get you through the heart break .
May God Bless You and Keep you Cindy .
Rest in Peace