28 Apr Cynthia Schuch
CYNTHIA M. SCHUCH
Cynthia May Schuch, 62, Bismarck, passed away April 25, 2020 at CHI/St. Alexius Medical Center after a brief battle with cancer. A memorial gathering will take place at a later date.
Cindy was born July 19, 1957 to Peter and Lena (Reinbold) Fischer in Bismarck, where she grew up with her three siblings. She graduated from Bismarck High School in 1976. Cindy married her true love, Dave, shortly after. The couple continued to make their home in Bismarck, where they raised two sons and a daughter. Cindy retired from working at the ND State Revenue Department, where she was employed for thirty years.
Cindy’s greatest joy was taking care of others. Grandkids being at the top of the list.
They were her pride and joy. She loved spoiling them and getting right down on the ground to play with them. Honestly, just thinking about them brought her great happiness. She showed the same kind of love toward her furry grandkids.
Cindy looked out for everyone that came into her life. She took care of extended family, always remembered your birthday, sent text messages to make sure you were doing okay, and warned you about bad weather coming your way. Cindy truly wanted everyone to feel loved and to take away any burdens she could, which she did till the day she passed. She was a pure soul who will be greatly missed by all.
Cindy is survived by her husband, Dave; children, Austin (Becky) Schuch, Eden Prairie, MN; Chad (Stacy) Schuch, Las Vegas, NV; and Kierstin Schuch, Fargo, ND; grandchildren, Skye, Hailey, Boone, and Mason; sister, Linda (Marv) Kuchenski, Bismarck, ND; brothers, Conrad (Judy) Fischer, Bismarck, ND and Ron (Brenda) Fischer, New Richmond, WI; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and two family dogs, Tikker and Benji.
The family is forever grateful to the staff of the CHI/St. Alexius Transitional Care Unit along with medical floor doctors and nurses.
Memorial donations in her honor may be made to the Central Dakota Humane Society, 2104 37th St., Mandan.
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.