Lucinda S. Stenger

February 25, 2014
Lucinda S. Stenger

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Lucinda Susan ìCindyî Stenger, 60, passed away Tuesday, February, 25, 2014. Cindy was born in Chicago IL. and raised in LaVale, MD. She received her Associates Degree in Fine Arts from Brookdale Community College and her Bachelorís Degree in Advertising and Design from Trenton State College, NJ.

Cindy was traditional in her ways, she loved her family and celebrating the holidays. She loved being a mother, even though she had 3 children she was ìmomî to many people. Art was a passion of hers, she taught art classes and did drawings and paintings of animals.

Cindy was a wonderful friend to all, she had an infectious smile, and was so very loving.

She worked as a sales associate at Yankee Candle and was a member of Wellspring United Methodist Church.

Proceeding her in death was her father Colonel Robert S. Zimmer, USAFR, Ph.D.

Left to cherish her memory are her mother June E. Zimmer of Williamsburg, two sons; Daniel J Stenger and his wife Specialist Sydney E. Church, US Army of Wahiawa, HI; Staff Sergeant Benjamin R. Stenger, USAF of Honolulu, HI; a daughter, Laura A. Stenger New and her husband Alvin New, Jr. of Williamsburg; their father Major Terrance M. Stenger, USAF (Retired) of Gloucester, VA; and brother; W.R. ìChipî Zimmer Ph.D., sister- in-law Barbara J. Zimmer and niece Kaitlin M. Zimmer of Hagerstown, MD.

She also left behind her loving dog Tacoda, and her two cats Shadow and Misty.

A celebration of life will be held at Bucktrout Funeral Home Saturday, March 1, 2014 at 11:00 am.

The family request in lieu of flowers memorial donations be made to the Wounded Warriors Project in Cindyís memory http;//

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  • February 28, 2014
    Lorane Romanick says:
    Cindy had a loving, warm, and kind nature for everyone. I will miss her deeply! I will remember her as a caring person with a big heart.

  • March 01, 2014
    Terry Smith says:
    I was so surprise to find out about Cindy. I worked with her at Yankee Candle and considered her my friend. I will miss her dearly. She had a great loving spirit and I always enjoyed making her laugh. I know she struggled with health issues and I always tried to keep an eye on her. She was a talented women with a great love of animals. My sympathies to her family. She was so proud of all her children and truely loved them. She is now happy in the arms of our Lord Jesus and is in heaven sharing her sweetness with others.

  • February 27, 2014
    Kathy and Rob Carnegie says:
    Laura and family, I am saddened by the loss of your mother. She was such a nice lady. I can only imagine how difficult things are for you all right now. Please let me know if I can do anything to help you.

  • February 27, 2014
    Georgia Stenger says:
    My condolences to all of Cindy's family and especially to her children. My prayers and deepest sympathy. Iam so sorry for your loss. Georgia Stenger

  • March 04, 2014
    Stephen & Betty (Frey) Lock says:
    My condolences to June and all our distant cousins. We will pray for you.