Your Hug Meant the World
No one else held us so tight
Or made us feel better, and oh, so all right
No one’s eyes shined and sparkled so bright
No one’s heart radiated as much love
As our Mom, who is now flying high above.
The world lost a beloved Mother, Cynthia Long Pearce on November 20, 2021 in Rangely, Colorado. She entered the world on September 16, 1953 in Hayden, Colorado. Born to John Theron and Loretta Mae Wood Long.
Cindi was the “baby girl” of the family.
Cindy worked many jobs in her lifetime, but being a mother was her greatest and most rewarding achievement.
Cindi loved to do her cross-word and crypto quip puzzles.
She loved her T.V. gameshows, the Price is Right and the Wheel of Fortune, and always watched her “stories” (Soap Operas).
She rarely missed watching her favorite football team, Denver Broncos, play.
Cindi loved to garden, nature and the outdoors, especially camping and fishing!
She loved Music and laughter. She was always telling jokes; her favorite one was about “Moth Balls”. She had the best sense of humor. She loved animals and always had at least one to take care of. Above all, she cherished and adored all of her family and her granddaughter!
Cindi is survived by her dear brother George (Diane); her son, Nathan Pearce; her daughter Laura Dunkle; her son Shane Dunkle; her daughter Kristina Galvin; her granddaughter Olivia (peanut) Dunkle; her nephews Roger (Amy); Israel (Jennifer); Justin; Barry Nelson(SueAnn); her niece: Rebecca; and great nephews and nieces; and her beloved kitty Porkchop.
Cindi is preceded in death by her parents, sister Linda, her brother john, her sister Helen and her husband Mark.
Graveside services will be conducted Tuesday November 30, 2021 at 3:30 pm
At the Dinosaur Colorado Cemetery.
In Lieu of flowers please help with funeral expenses by donating by (venMo )
to @Laura-Dunkle-42 or directly to the Funeral Home 435 789-2611
arrangements handled with Blackburn Vernal Mortuary