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Cynthia Marie Quinn
Cynthia Marie Quinn, 62 of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away in Matthews, North Carolina on September 4th, 2022. Cyndi was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on January 12th, 1960 to Dorothy and Robert Sturgeon. She attended Our Lady of Mercy School in Rochester NY during which time she met her spouse Hugh, and St. John Fisher College. Cyndi married Hugh Quinn in 1983 and together they had two daughters, Katelyn and Kelly. She worked as a Director of Technology for Thomson Reuters and had a long fulfilling career with many co-workers that became lifelong friends. Cyndi’s greatest joy was bringing happiness to her daughters and granddaughters, and spending time in the pool. Cyndi was an incredible wife, mother, friend, and grandmother, and she will be missed by all. She devoted her life to supporting her daughters in all their successes, and then her granddaughters as their Yia-Yia. Cyndi is survived by her husband Hugh Quinn, daughters Katelyn Samuels (James) and Kelly Connor (Kalvin), and her granddaughters Calliope, Bianca, and Genevieve Samuels. She was predeceased by her parents Dorothy and Robert Sturgeon. Memorial services will be held Saturday September 10th with a viewing at Gaskin Funeral Services at 9:00 am, followed by mass at St. Luke’s Catholic church in Mint Hill, NC at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Cyndi’s name to St. Jude Children’s hospital which was a passionate cause of hers during her lifetime. Memorial Services can be livestreamed at stlukechurch.net for those who will be unable to physically attend.
I had the fortunate experience to work with Cyndi for over eighteen years. When I started working for Thomson Reuters (at the time West Group), Cyndi was my director. She quickly became one of my favorite managers. She cared deeply about our work, our staff, and our ability to make a critical difference in the legal space. She wanted each of us to grow and contribute to the mission of the organization. She gave me so many challenging opportunities to expand my circle of influence and develop my professional skills. When my family experienced a critical hardship with the severely premature arrival of one of our children, she went above and beyond ensuring that my absence would not adversely impact the work or the team. I will forever be grateful for her leadership and friendship. May God bless her family during this very difficult and sad time.
Nathan Hatch Sep 9 2022 12:19 PM
I worked remotely with Cyndi for a number of years and stopped in to visit with her anytime I was in the Rochester office. She was always welcoming and was always a great person to work with. My prayers go out to her family.
Troy Hanisch Sep 8 2022 11:53 AM
A candle was lit in memory of Cynthia Quinn
Lisa Goldstein & Family Sep 8 2022 11:11 AM
I’m so sorry for your loss. I really enjoyed worked with Cyndi at Thomson Reuters. She was a great leader of her team. She always talked enthusiastically about family and I recall how happy she was to become a grandmother. Sending love, thoughts, and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.
Kirstin Nesbitt Sep 7 2022 10:47 PM
My condolences to Hugh and Katelyn and Kelly. I met Cyndi when my husband and I moved into Thornblade S/D and quickly bonded on loving our grandchildren and the Buffalo Bills. I pray that the entire family finds peace in this time of mourning and reflection
Debra Nevels Sep 7 2022 5:47 PM
My thoughts are with the family. I worked with Cyndi for many years and she was a great person.
Vonda Van Dyk Sep 7 2022 2:17 PM