Cynthia "Cindy" Klingbeil

Born: Sun., Aug. 31, 1947
Died: Sun., Aug. 18, 2019

Graveside Service

11:00 AM Wed., Sep. 04, 2019
Location: Oakwood Cemtery

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Cindy Klingbeil, mother, grandmother, sister, friend, and teacher, passed away on Sunday, August 18, 2019, a few weeks short of her 72nd birthday.  She will be sorely missed.  Graveside services will be held 11am Wednesday, September 4th 2019, at Oakwood Cemetery in Belle Plaine.  
Cynthia was born August 31, 1947 in St. Peter, Minnesota, to Gordon and Lola Enter, and was the oldest of six siblings.
She leaves behind her beloved family: sons - Aaron of Commerce, Texas and Eric (Sarah) of Christiansburg, Virginia; grandchildren – Breonna, Adelaide, and Simon; sisters – Sandy Jackson, Gail Horn, Stacie Rusten, and Myra Vorwerk; and brother – Noel Enter.
She enjoyed gardening, fellowship with friends, and children – not only her own grandchildren, but all the children she helped shape while working at the children’s learning center at TAMU-C.  Cindy took great pride in creating a solid foundation for learning that will be with them throughout their lives
Although we are saddened by her passing, we are gladdened to know that she has been made whole in the Kingdom of Heaven.
Arrangements are being made with Woodland Hills Funeral home in Mankato, MN.
The family would like to thank the staff of Hillcrest Rehabilitation Center in Mankato for their excellent care.
In lieu of flowers we ask that a donation be made to the Minnesota Stroke Association in her memory.

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Marv and Marie
   Posted Tue August 20, 2019
Just want to say how sorry we both are in the loss of Cindy. She was a good friend and I will miss our monthly visits. However, with all the trials she had gone through since February 7, 2013 she is finally at peace.

Donna Heise
   Posted Fri August 23, 2019
Cindy has been a delight to know. She enjoyed arts and crafts at Hillcrest and often gave her creations away to visitors. She was quick to ask about other people's families. She leaned on Jesus and it is a relief to know she is with Him and at peace.

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