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Cindy Lee Ginos

06/28/1957 - 07/12/2021
Service Date: 07/19/2021
Service Time: 11 AM
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 10036 East Brown Road, Mesa, AZ
Visitation Date: 07/19/2021
Visitation Time: 10 AM
Visitation Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 10036 East Brown Road, Mesa, AZ
Interment: Gilbert Memorial Park, 2100 East Queen Creek Road, Gilbert, AZ 85297

Link to watch the funeral: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/72843785766

Cindy Lee Ginos passed away peacefully at her home in Mesa, Az on July 12, 2021.  Cindy was born June 28, l957 in Phoenix, Az to Greg and Faye Doyle, the youngest of six children.  She grew up in Phoenix….part of a big, happy family filled with wonderful memories.

Cindy and her beloved husband, Robert (Bobby) Ginos were married December 8, 1984 in the Mesa Arizona Temple.  They shared 36 years together….full of adventure, ups and downs, lots of laughter and an abundance of love.

Cindy loved her family.  She and Bobby were blessed with two daughters and a bonus son and her world revolved around them.  There were family parties, hunting trips and time spent with dear friends.  Cindy’s talents blessed everyone and her creativity seemed endless….the gifts she gave were always unique and thoughtful.

Cindy’s health challenges made her who she was.  She was courageous, full of faith and lived life to the fullest.  Her happy nature lifted everyone she met and her life was full of service toward her family, her church and her friends.  We will miss her dearly.

Cindy is survived by her husband Bobby, daughters: Allison (Logan) Crouse, Cate (Brooks) Woodbury, son Pete (Stephanie) Phend, grandchildren: Parker, Porter, Emma, Leah, Mason, Max, Addison, Ivy, Henry and Sage, sisters: Kerry (Ken) Driggs, Vicki (Del) Mecham and Debbie (Bill) Ginos, sister-in-law Sharon (Larry) Nicholl and countless nieces and nephews who loved their Aunt Cindy.  Cindy is preceded in death by her mother, father, brother Greg and sister Janet.

Funeral services will be held Monday, July 19,2021, at 11:00 am at the LDS church building located at 10036 East Brown Road, Mesa, AZ.   A visitation will be held at the church, one hour prior to the service.  The link to watch the funeral is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/72843785766. Interment will immediately follow at the Gilbert Memorial Park Cemetery, 2100 East Queen Creek Road, Gilbert, Az. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Donate Life Arizona.

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  • Ron & Jackie Piriczky

    Our thoughts and prayers for a wonderful woman and her family. She will be missed. Godspeed Cindy ❤❤❤

  • She is a sweet and beautiful soul

  • My special Friend Cindy may you Rest In Peace. I will forever treasure all my memories of you in my heart. ❤️ May God give your family peace and comfort.

  • Brent Toolson

    Cindy is the best thing that ever happened to my friend Bob! His life was enriched instantly by first her friendship and later by her love! I could not help myself falling in love with all of her attributes and the person she was and the person she encouraged Bob to be! Together they made miracles happen, overcame struggles, endured health challenges and have a wonderful loving family!
    I will always remember her goodness, her smile, her forgiving nature and how she always made me feel appreciated, valued! Her influence upon everyone she came in contact was always positive and uplifting! I will miss Cindy and look forward with great anticipation a grand reunion with friends and family in a strong perfect body one day! I love you Brother Bob, Kate and Allí! Lean on all of us for anything at all!

    Brent and Stacy and Family

  • Marylee Jones

    Cindy was such a light to all around her. She was so quick to love, to laugh, to bless, and to serve. I loved my time serving with her in the VV stake Young Women. Her counsel was always thoughtful and Christ-centered. I will always cherish the time I got to spend being around her.

  • Alton &Yvonne Kluge

    Such sorrow for the loss of such a beautiful lady.

  • Jane Gardner Stoddard

    What a blessing to have grown up with an angel like Cindy Doyle as I knew her in Phoenix many years ago…she was always such a light and loved to make others happy. I’m grateful to have had the chance these many years later to listen to the beautiful words spoken about a life so well lived. May her children and loved ones feel the arms of our dear Savior around them as Cindy is surely welcomed home valiantly…

  • Jennifer Adair

    We send our sincerest condolences in the loss of your beautiful Cindy. Although I never got to see her after I married, how I love all the Doyle family, the fun memories of growing up together in Phoenix. Your family has been a great example of centering your lives on the Rock of our Redeemer and letting Him carry you through your many trials and sorrows. How I love and admire all of your family and pray that all of you will be blessed with peace at this sad time.

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