Cynthia Muller Ziobrowski
12/28/59 - 10/6/21
Cynthia found her peace on October 6, 2021, in her hometown of York Maine.
All those who knew her will no doubt remember her for her kindness, generosity, and warmth as it resonated from her heart in all things she did. Always willing to lend a helping hand or provide a quiet ear, Cindy found so much joy in helping others.
In life, Cindy held many titles and played many different roles. For her family, she was a loving daughter, sister, aunt, wife, mother, and, I'm sure most notably in her eyes, a grandmother or in our family a Mimi. Professionally she graduated with a Master's degree in Special Education and used her knowledge and tenacity to help those who needed it most. She became a teacher and eventually founded Camp CARD NE, a non-profit organization that was geared toward helping children and young adults with Autism learn important life skills. Her mission was to help her campers learn how to live an independent life and become employed in a world that often didn't understand them. She loved working with her campers and I am sure they would tell you her impact on their lives was a blessing.
In her free time, Cindy also loved her pets, spending sunny days at Wells beach, going to the movies, visiting Disney World, playing cards, reading books, taking pictures, chocolate chip cookies (especially before bed), sharing stories (particularly about her grandchildren), going for long walks, and spending time with all of the people she loved.
Lastly, to everyone that knew her, either professionally or as family, Cindy was always a caring friend. She was someone who would be there for you any time you needed her, day or night, either through a phone call or in person if she could. She gave her time and energy freely to those she loved and asked very little in return. If Cindy was your friend then you could undoubtedly expect her to reach out if she ever learned you needed help.
In the years to come, we ask that everyone please remember Cindy fondly with a smile that was full of life and light as she would have wanted. Admittedly, the past few years were difficult for her but she did the absolute best she could to continue on with her usual vibrant spirit. Those close to her understand how incredibly hard it was for her after her son Christopher passed but she worked diligently on her mental health attempting to get back to her old self. She would be the first to tell you to be kind to yourself and one another, and that you're worth it. I think we would all do well to follow that good advice. Friends and family may take solace knowing that Cindy was always loved and that she always loved those she had relationships with. Her footprints on this earth will last eternally and her memory will remain with us long past this day.
Rest in Peace Cynthia, we will never forget you. Please join us for a celebration of her life, to be held at the following locations, dates, and times.
Lucas Eaton Funeral Home
Saturday, October 9 from 5-8p
Celebration of Life
Sunday, October 10 at 4:00p
Second Christian Congregational Church in Kittery