Cindy Conn

Cindy Conn

Wednesday, December 9th, 1964 Thursday, January 16th, 2020

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Obituary for Cindy Marie Conn (Conn)

Cindy Marie Conn, 55, of Gladstone, MO passed away on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020 at the Northcare Hospice House. Celebration of Life will be from 1 to 4 pm, on Sat., Jan. 25, at the Harrington Family Event Center in Bonner Springs, KS with burial to follow at a later date in Edwardsville Cemetery. Cindy was born on Dec. 9, 1964 Kansas City, KS. Cindy was always easy going and fun loving and had a Creative, Impressively Witty, and Funny Personality. She was a big teaser but loved to find gifts for her friends and family frequently. Cindy worked for 20 years with MacDon Inc. retiring as a Distribution Manager. She was a loving "mother" to her fury family. She loved them like her own kids. She loved her Stevie Ray Vaughn music and other blues artists. She was the Coolest Loving Soulmate a man could have. She was preceded in death by her father Vernon Conn, Sr. and her niece Stephanie Conn. Cindy is survived by her husband Donald Seymour. Her mother Evelyn Conn and two brothers Vernon Conn and his fiance Danielle Walker and Steve Conn. One sister-in-law Susan Seymour. Three nephews Anthony, Aaron and Andrew Conn and one niece Emily Hernandez.

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  • Service

    Saturday, January 25th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Harrington Family Event Center
    218 Oak St.
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    Saturday, January 25th, 2020
    Celebration of Life from 1 to 4 pm
  • Interment

    Edwardsville Cemetery
    S. 104th Street
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    at a later date

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Paul Jeffrey

I first met Cindy when she came to work at MacDon in 1997. She was an awesome gal, and will be missed. I always admired Cindy's wit and general attitude - she was funny, smart, talented and knowledgeable. I always felt that you knew where you stood with Cindy, no bull or hidden agenda with her. She loved music and animals (especially "Scooter", who was not always very loveable). My condolences to Don and the family....RIP, Cindy - Godspeed.
Comment | Posted at 12:22pm via Condolence

James Ortery

My thoughts and prayers are with you Don as well as the entire family and her friends. I was always amazed that she had found her soulmate and was able to have a wonderful life. She has touched us all and will be truly missed. I'm blessed to have gotten to meet her through Don and will treasure that forever.
Comment | Posted at 11:29am via Condolence

Lora Selix

My sincerest condolences to Cindy's family & friends. I met Cindy years ago when I called on her at MacDon and have called on her husband Don for a few years now. My heart is broken for the entire family and my hope is you will all lean on and cherish the beautiful memories you have made with her.
Lora Selix
Cross Country Freight Solutions
Comment | Posted at 10:42am via Condolence

Rye Page

I worked with Cindy for 17 years. The first 3 1/2 years were daily by assisting her in the warehouse. She had a big love for cats and even had a couple at work. She would take in pets from people who got tired of them. We used to argue/ tease each other about music, football teams, and cars She won majority of the time or like 99% on music. Then in the fall we would go around and around about football teams. The last couple years I couldn't say much because her team was hot. Then after tonights win well she would have been on cloud 9. In the years later, we stayed in touch either by talking or texting. You will be missed and I am lucky to have known you.
Comment | Posted at 09:58pm via Condolence

Desiree Johnson

My heart weighs heavy right now, and will forever. Cindy and i had many memories back in our early 20's. May she rest with the Angels and smile among us with her beautiful smile and beautiful soul. Im going to miss you my friend. Im sorry i couldnt be there. 😥
Comment | Posted at 07:35pm via Condolence

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