Cindy Lynn Myers, age 50, of Missouri City, Mo., passed away May 30, 2019 at KU Medical Center.
Cindy was born in North Kansas City, Mo., on January 25, 1969 to the late Scott and Barbara McQuery. She was a 1987 graduate of Liberty High School in Liberty, Mo., and lived and worked in the Liberty area most of her life. Cindy faced many trials in her short life but never lost faith in God, family and friendship. She had a great capacity to love. She was an awesome friend and had the ability to make friends feel more like family.
Surviving her are Charles Myers of the home; daughter, Shana Myers (Jason Marrant); and grandson, Hunter Marrant of Missouri City, Mo.; mother and father-in-law, Charles “Wayne” and Deanne Myers; brother, Brad McQuery (Kimberly) and children, Addison and Carter of Liberty, Mo.; brother, Tyler McQuery of Alabama; uncle, Patrick Collins (Rochelle) of Auburn, Neb.; and many cousins, extended family, and friends.
Preceding Cindy in death are her paternal grandparents, Jack and Eleanor McQuery of Liberty, Mo.; maternal grandparents, Charles and Betty Collins of Auburn, Neb.; parents, Scott and Barbara McQuery of Liberty, Mo.; daughter, Jessica Mills; and son, Jeremy Mills.
Visitation for Charles and Cindy Myers will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, July 11, 2019, with a memorial service at 7 p.m., at Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, 217 W. Broadway, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024.
Memorial contributions may be made out to Cindy Myers Memorial and sent to Pony Express Bank, 215 N 291 Hwy., Liberty, MO 64068.
Our Sincere Condolences
I am so very sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person and always had a smile for everyone. I wish I had stayed in touch. My thoughts and prayers go out to Charlie and Shana.
We were saddened by the news, out hearts go out to the family. Losing a loved one is never easy. Allen had sweet memories associated with Cindy. Being new to the family, regrettably , I had not met her. From all the kind words I have heard, I surely wish I had.
With love and prayers – Candy and Allen Johnson
My thoughts and prayers go out to all of Cindy’s family. I was proud to call Cindy my friend for several years. Too often, life gets in the way and we lose touch with people. I was always so excited to run into her now and then and we tried to catch up in the few minutes we had before we were rushing off to whatever came next. My prayer is that she is rejoicing and reuniting with family in paradise and when I see her again we can spend an eternity just catching up. Rest in peace “Miss Tinny”
I was so sad to hear about Cindy. Amy always kept me posted after talking to Cindy or Charlie. So many wonderful memories of Cindy, Brad, Bobbie and Scott. The family has been through a lot, but Cindy always had her wonderful smile whenever I would see her. Hugs, Bradley.
Peggy and Family
I recently heard of Cindy’s passing, and was so sorry to hear the news.
She was a beautiful soul who has touched so many people with her will to survive.
I know she is wrapped in the arms of God and united with so many of her loved ones.
She will be missed. My sympathy to all of here family.
Connie Mae Davidson
I’m so sorry that God took you two so early… But God needed more angels… May God be with the family at this time… They will be so missed. You two gave us all so much life.
I am so sorry for your loss. Cindy and Charlie were wonderful people. Always laughing, joking. I am blessed to have met them. They will be missed deeply.
Shana, We at St. Patrick ECC send you our deepest condolences on your loss. You are in our thought and prayers.