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Cynthia Ann Voegtli Obituary Picture

In Loving Memory

Voegtli, Cynthia Ann

Cynthia Ann Voegtli
October 30, 1953 – June 28, 2023

Beloved wife for 41 years of Fred Voegtli; loving and devoted mother of Jami (Jon) Zierenberg, Jonathan Voegtli (fiancée) Melissa Gomez Mendez), Kristina (Nick) Tsoubanos and stepmother of Joshua (Amy) Voegtli; adoring grandmother of Alec and Kaili Martin, Logan, Alex and Kaitlyn Zierenberg, Connor and Jenna Voegtli and Franco Solano; cherished daughter of Vivienne (Frank) Bergmann and Neal Muren; dear sister of Pamela (the late Bill) Mauser, Lynn Woodcock and Jeff Muren; dear aunt, mother-in-law and friend.

Cindy was an avid and extremely talented quilter, seamstress, seasoned cook, gardener and crafter who was loved by all that were lucky to know her. She was a devoted and caring wife, mother, grandmother, mother-in-law, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin and friend. Our dearest Cindy showered others with love by preparing them high-quality delicious meals or gifting her one-of-a-kind handmade quilts. She found great joy in simply spending time with her family and beloved dog (and granddogs!), cultivating her garden or peacefully quilting a masterpiece.

Cindy will be deeply missed but with us always; may her memory be eternal.

Services: Visitation at Kutis South County Chapel (5255 Lemay Ferry Road) on Thursday, July 6, from 4:00-7:00 PM; a ceremony at Kutis South County Chapel at 12:30pm on Friday, July 7, then taken to Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery at 1:45pm.

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11 thoughts on “Voegtli, Cynthia Ann”

  1. Cindy, Lynette King and I were friends in high school. My condolences and blessings to her family and friends. She was and will always be such a beautiful spirit. And I know she leaves a legacy of love all around her.

  2. My deepest sympathy to her entire family. Cindy, Jo Ella Turn , and I had behind the wheel in high school with the football coach, Bob Samples. He always said God had special place in heaven for him because of driving with us on game day! Cindy always had something clever to say when I was driving. She always put a smile on my face.

  3. I our deepest sympathy at the loss of Cindy. May her memory be eternal and may she find peace in heaven without pain or suffering. May God give strength to the family to endure what they are going through.
    With prayers and love , your son in law Nick’s parents, Chris and Irene

  4. Although I only met her twice, I remember her radiant beauty. I’ll always cherish the sweet swaddling cloths Kristina had her make for my baby Vera. May God wrap her family in His arms and watch over them closely.

  5. Just learned this sad news today. Cindy and I worked together at MetLife and although we never met in person (she was in St. Louis and I was in Detroit), we interacted frequently. She was so knowledgeable about many work things and always ready to share that knowledge. . But our biggest bond was through sewing and we had many talks about quilting and sewing, fabric selection, Etsy and what we were making next. She sewed so perfectly and had a great talent. Sometimes we talked about cooking too! Sewing, cooking, family, dogs ( and work 😩). So much fun in our conversations. Condolences and hugs to all the family.


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