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In Loving Memory

Klein, Cynthia C.

September 22, 1953 - May 13, 2024

Klein, Cynthia C. (nee Ricotta) passed away on May 13, 2024.

Beloved wife of Mark Klein for 51 years; loving mother of Mark Klein, Jr. and Robert (Amanda) Klein; cherished grandmother of Briahna and Luke; dear sister of Alan Ricotta, John Ricotta, Gina Ricotta, Maria Ricotta and the late Barbara Ricotta and Vincent Ricotta; our dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend.

Services: Funeral at Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, on Thursday, May 16, 9:00 am. Interment Shepherd Hills Cemetery. Memorials to The American Cancer Society, appreciated. Visitation Wednesday, 4:00 to 7:00 pm.


7 thoughts on “Klein, Cynthia C.”

  1. Cindy was part of my family and was a good woman.,and friend .
    Will be missed.
    Had a beautiful smile and personality.
    She will no longer suffer in pain and now will be with her mom in heaven.
    Sorry for familys loss.

  2. Dear Mark & family,
    My heart is breaking for yours. Know that you’re in my thoughts and prayers.
    Diane’s sister

  3. This just breaks my heart. She was a great neighbor always with a smile. She sure loved Mark and the boys and her family so much. RIP dear Cindy and I pray your loved ones find the strength to carry on happily remembering all their beautiful memories that they will always have near and dear to their heart. I know that is what your wish would be.
    Our deepest sympathy , prayers and love to you all.. Love Rick and Denise.

  4. My heart is broken with this news. Cindy and I worked together for several years at Esse health. Her family lived a few doors away from me when I lived on Macklind Ave in the city. At work Cindy would regale us with her stories of Sinbad and Skyler and of course how she loved her grandchildren. She will be missed by many, me included. No words can express my heartfelt sorrow for her family. God Bless.

  5. Cindy and I were coworkers, we developed a friendship outside of work. We always found time to chat, laugh, and pray together. We shared alot of memories. Unfortunately, she was called home. RIP 🙏 Condolences goes out to her family.

  6. Mark and Family. So very sorry to of Cindy’s passing. I too worked with Cindy at Esse Health. She loved her family very much.


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