Cindy L. Sturgeon
December 16, 1956 - October 6, 2017
Cindy L. Sturgeon, age 60, of New Castle, DE, passed away on Friday, October 6, 2017.
Born in Wilmington, DE on December 16, 1956, she was a daughter of the late Sandra (Sturgeon) D’Andrea. Cindy was an accountant for Raytheon and J.J. White for many years.
She enjoyed traveling, visiting the beach, and spending time with her family.
In addition to her mother, Cindy was preceded in death by her grandmother, Emma A. Sturgeon. She is survived by her aunts, Billie Sturgeon, Connie Sturgeon, and Camilla Craig; uncles, Stephen and Bruce Sturgeon; and her half-siblings, Louis, Sandra, and Joseph.
Services and interment will be held privately.
7 Condolences for Cindy L. Sturgeon
I’m so sorry to the start of the family send to you and I have been friends for 55 years I will miss you so much I know all your family will love always Patti
I’m so sorry to the Sturgeon family Cindy you and I have been friends for 55 years I will miss you so much I know all your family will I will love and miss you forever and always Patti
Sharon (Fitzwater) Hagen
So sorry to hear about Cindy passing. I pray for all the family. I know this is a hard time for all.
Cindy was a dear friend to my mother ( Patricia Finner) and to me and my brother James Finner she was an Aunt. She will be truly missed. Our prayers and love goes out to all of the Sturgeon Family.
I’m sorry to hear about your loss and pain and wanted to share the Bible’s hope of a resurrection at John5:28,29 at a time when there is no more sickness pain or death right here on earth according to Revelation 21:3,4. May the god of comfort give you comfort in this time of bereavement.
Chad Heath Sturgeon
Cindy words cannot express the loss I feel with your absence. I actually feel like a piece of myself has died. Your spirit was truly a light that shines over all of us …,the entire family. You brought us joy, laughter, many jokes, and that ever lasting light that shines over all of us. In many ways you were the glue that held the family together, and I can also remember many times when you played the diplomat that brought us together instead of tearing us apart ,
Cindy you will be dearly missed and I love you more that words can ever describe! I will miss you dearly! I love you Cindy!!!
Cindy, from the.beginnimg of my life you have always been present. I remember it all. The station wagon and the wheel falling off! The brand new two tone Pinto that took us to the beaches, Granite Run mall and site seeing. Singing along with Janis Joplan, Bob Segar and of course the Boss. Our trip to Florida. You always encouraged me and showed me love for all of our family. You driving me to the hospital hitting almost every curb in that parking garage and sitting with me while I had my daughter. Thank you for all the love you gave me Emma and Dean. You suffer no more! Baby you were born to run! All my love Cindy xxxoo