In Memory

Cindy Newman - Class Of 1974

Cindy Newman

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06/08/10 07:34 PM #1    

Jackie Newman (De Cesari) (1974)

I remember Cindy's beautiful smile. I had many different P.E. classes with her. I always remember a very sweet and funny young girl. Last time I saw Cindy was at a reunion many years ago. RIP Ms.Newman.

03/18/13 10:34 AM #2    

Sue Ferreira (Nunes) (1967)

This is a message from Tim Smallwood who asked me to post this for him...




I knew Cindy when we were very young.  My family moved from Rockford, IL to San Leandro in May of 1968.  We moved back to Rockford in August of  1969.  We lived on the corner of Birch and Cedar street.  Cindy, her brother Ken, and her parents lived across the street on Cedar Ave.  I was just going on 12 years old and Cindy was 13.  We were boyfriend / girlfriend for four months prior to my family and I moving back to Rockford.  She was one year older.  This was really something to have an older girlfriend at that age.  She had two red braids, many freckles, wore glasses, and had braces.  To me she was the prettiest girl I had ever seen - I was smitten.  Moving away was painful.  I knew I would miss her.  A few days before we left there was a going away party for myself and my siblings at the Newman house.  They had a nice built in pool and it was a warm summer night.  We sat by the pool, had snacks and sodas, and listened to the 'Hey Jude' 45 record over and over.  Occasionally we would flip it to the other side and listen to 'Revolution'.  Cindy and I would sneak off for hugs and kisses.  We cried a lot that night.  Later that week we moved away.  Cindy was a wonderful girl and I was saddened to hear of her passing.  Rest in Peace Cindy.  I have always missed you.

08/03/14 08:17 PM #3    

Lea Ann Pell (1975)

I remember Cindy as  a sweet girl always having  a nice smile. I lived down the street from  her on the corner of Acacia St..   Enjoyed swimming at her house.  Her mother was also my piano teacher for several years.  May you rest in peace Cindy.

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