Cynthia Lee Kieffer (2/8/1959 – 12/17/2014)

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.”

John 14:27 (NIV)


Honoring Cynthia

Cynthia Lee Kieffer

Cynthia Lee Kieffer

2/8/1959 – 12/17/2014

It is with heavy hearts that we share with you, our patients that we have lost someone dear to us. Our dear Cindy has gone home to be with the Lord after a long, brace battle with cancer.

Many of you have been coming to our office long enough that you would have had the sheer pleasure of knowing Cindy. She started working with Dr. David Johnson some 35 years ago. She had an infections laugh, and a loving heart. She loved BIG. She was the most loyal, giving person many would ever meet.

She battled breast cancer for years. She was so dedicated that she worked through the years of hard chemotherapy and it’s side effects. Except for her beautiful, bald head, most days you would never know what she was enduring. Her strength was unmatched.

We celebrate her life. She touched so many with her kindness and love. Please join us in praying for comfort and peace for her family as they face the Christmas season without their beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and sister.


Obituary

Remembering Cynthia Lee KiefferCynthia Lee Kieffer was called home to be with the Lord on December 17, 2014. She was born on February 8, 1959 to Charles and Betty Wallace in Emporia, Kansas. She graduated from Northern Heights High School, in Allen, Kansas in 1977. She has been a long time employee of Dr. David Johnson, 35 years.

Cindy was always strong in her faith in God and was always witnessing to those who came in contact with her. She was a woman of many interests: gardening, baking, crocheting, reading, and spending time with many friends and family.

Cindy leaves behind husband, Ed; two children, Amber (Andrew) Roembersberger and Darren (Erin) Kieffer; and four granddaughters, Ashlynn, Kyla, Kenzie, and Ainsley whom she loved dearly. She is also survived by her mother, Betty Wallace; sister, Patricia (Rodney) Whitaker; and brothers, Charles (Chris) Wallace and Richard (Chris) Wallace.

She will be missed by numerous family and friends.


Online Guestbook

Sign Cynthia’s online guestbook on The Springs Funeral Services’s website.

#