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Cynthia "Cindy" Louise Cadrobbi

May 23, 1955 — March 14, 2023

Cynthia “Cindy” Louise Cadrobbi, 67 years old, crossed over peacefully on the morning of March 14th, 2023 at Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital surrounded by her loving family.
Cynthia was born on May 23rd, 1955 in Prescott, Arizona to Doris Wilberta (Heskett) Cumming & Robert Bruce Cumming. She is survived by her husband Paul A. Cadrobbi, her sister Patricia Paul, and her daughters Alanna C. Vicente (David Noel) and Adelia C. Vicente.
Cynthia endured a long battle with Wegener’s disease and renal failure.
Spanning two decades, there were countless health challenges that most people would find insurmountable. She remained on hemodialysis for 7 years under the care of the VA Medical Center in La Jolla, California. In 2015, she successfully received a kidney transplant at UCSD Medical Center. Her kidney function declined in 2019 requiring daily peritoneal dialysis for the last four years of her life. Cynthia initially suffered a minor stroke and passed away the following day due to a persistent infection resulting in heart failure.
Cynthia grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. She went to MC Cash Elementary School and Carl Hayden High School. She joined the US Navy in 1973 and was stationed in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. There she met and married Gabriel A. Vicente in 1976. Their first-born child Alanna was born at Tripler Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1977. They received orders to be stationed in Guam and then a few years later, Port Hueneme - Oxnard, California; it was there where they welcomed their second daughter, Adelia in 1981. Cynthia was a full-time mother for many years. After attending Hawaii Loa College, Oxnard City College, Southwestern College, and National University she received a Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Psychology in 1999. She was a pre-school teacher in Woodland Hills, California and later was employed by the County of San Diego as a Mental Health Worker for Child Protective Services.
Cynthia was a devout Latter Day Saint and loved to serve her Heavenly Father. She was baptized at age 12 in 1967 and continued her membership throughout her life. She served many callings and enjoyed serving at the San Diego Temple. She was a very dedicated teacher and was pleased to lead the church youth programs. In 2006, Cynthia met Paul Cadrobbi via the internet. They wed 2 years later and were sealed as husband and wife, according to the ordinance of God, for time and eternity in the San Diego, California Temple in 2010.
Cynthia had a real zest for life and loved to celebrate special occasions. She enjoyed all styles of music, loved going to concerts and had a special place in her heart for renaissance festivals. She loved ballroom dancing, karaoke, costume dressing, shopping, cooking, baking, hiking, sewing and crafting and all holidays. Her interest in culinary arts blossomed as a chef in the officer’s mess hall while on active duty in the navy. She was a certified diver in Guam and enjoyed playing racquetball and tennis. She dearly loved animals, nature, camping, swimming in the ocean, pools, lakes and watching sunsets at the beach. In recent years, she loved to frequently visit the parks in Southern Utah. She especially enjoyed day trips to beautiful Zion National Park and Snow Canyon. She felt rejuvenated and energized after every visit.
Cynthia will be remembered for her strength, courage and sense of humor as she faced her every challenge. Her zest for life, love of family and her belief in the Lord gave her the strength to persevere. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Arrangements are entrusted to Affordable Funerals and Cremations – St. George
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Friday, March 24, 2023

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