Cynthia K. “Cindy” Fox
October 1, 1950 – June 16, 2022
Preceded in death by parents, Kendall and Phyllis Fox; brother, Michael Fox. Survived by sisters, Candy Ozols (Andy) and Maggie Fox; brothers, Rick Fox (Sandy) and Bob Fox (Mary); sister-in-law, Connie Fox; two nephews and eight nieces.
Cindy was born on October 1, 1950 in Riverdale, North Dakota, the third of six children. In 1960 she moved to Omaha with her family. As an adult, Cindy lived at an ENCOR (now Duet) residence and worked at their workshops for many years.
Many people commented about Cindy’s great smile and laugh. Cindy enjoyed spending time with her family, bowling with her friends and coworkers, and especially celebrating birthdays. She was a big fan of Johnny Cash and Tom Jones, and enjoyed watching reruns of Gunsmoke and The Golden Girls.
VISITATION: Wednesday, June 29th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at the West Center Chapel, followed by VIGIL SERVICE at 6:00pm.
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Thursday, June 30th at 11:00am at Holy Cross Catholic Church, 4810 Woolworth Ave. In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to DUET Nebraska, or the Ollie Web Center.
To view live broadcasts of the Vigil Service and Mass, please visit www.heafeyheafey.com and click the “View Live Cast” button at the top of the home page.
Wonderful obituary of Cindy. I’m so sorry for your loss.
We are so sorry for your families loss, May your find comfort and peace as you gather together to celebrate Cindy’s life
Thinking of you all as you celebrate Cindy’s beautiful life. She will live on in all of our hearts.
Sincerest sympathies to all of you Fox kids and families! When I think of Cindy, I picture her face and that big beautiful smile, her laugh, and I remember going on walks with her when she visited us in ND. She was a very special lady. ❤
Cindy was such a sweet free spirit. She loved to laugh and she loved making things. She was quite the character. It was a pleasure serving Cindy and helping her thru the day. Her light will always shine at Happenings. Sending love and condolences to the family. She will be missed.
Cindy always had a smiles. She had such a great out look, she would often say “All good, it’s ok”. And pat my arm. She was an amazing woman!