Cynthia L. Burgess, 47 of Harmony-Fisher Ave., Franklin Twp. passed away at the Ellwood City Hospital ER on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 2 AM. Born in Ellwood City on October 27, 1966 Cynthia was the daughter of the late Gary Bookamer and Charlotte Dambach Varrati of Ellwood City. She is also survived by her husband, Keven G. Burgess whom she married on September 14, 2003. Cynthia worked as a security guard at Nalco employed by Allied Barton. She enjoyed her pets and stockcar racing. Cynthia was a 1985 graduate of Riverside High School. Besides her mother and husband, Cynthia is survived by a sister and brother-in-law, Beverly and David Annarumo and a brother and sister-in-law, Gary and Vicki Lynn Bookamer both of Ellwood City and 4 nieces and 3 nephews. Besides her father, Cynthia was preceded in death by her step-father, Nick Varrati. Friends may call at the Joseph A. Tomon, Jr. Funeral Home and Crematory, 97 Grim Ave., Ellport on Saturday, November 30, 2013 from 2-4 and 6-8 PM. A Funeral Service will be offered at 8 PM on Saturday in the Funeral Home by Rev. Jeffrey Gardner.
Patti (Wright) Otlowski
So sorry to hear of Cindy's passing. You and the family have been in my thoughts and prayers. Heaven has gained such sweet angel, she will always be watching over you all. God bless and keep you.
Thoughts and Prayers,
Jeff,Patti,Victor,& Mackenzie Otlowski
I was Cindy’s supervisor for AlliedBarton for the last 2 years. It was always a pleasure to work with her. She was a hard-working and conscientious officer who served as the Nalco security site supervisor for many years. In addition to working alongside her, I also considered her a friend. She will be missed.
I met Cindy when she got back from (I think FL) and I was working at Cully's with Gary. I know she will be terribly missed. Try to remember her beautiful smile and her big and loving heart. I pray for GOD'S COMFORT AND PEACE for her family. Love and Prayers
I love you
I am so sorry Kevin and family. I will truly miss my cousin and all of our fun times sitting around the bonfires picking on Debbie. She will always be in my thoughts and prayers. I will miss her riding by in the jeep. We will always be here for you Kevin, just stop by or call.
Cindy and Keven: I know I was one of your favorite Aunts and appreciate everything the both of you have done for me over the years. Neither one of you will ever be forgotten. Both of you have hearts of gold and would do anything for anyone. I know that Keven will continue to carry on Cindy's wishes and dreams and to help watch over and take care of his mother-in-law, Charlotte. God Bless you, Aunt Darlene.
How can I begin to say goodbye to a cousin that made me laugh so hard. You used to tease me at the bonfires, make my phone ring and make me laugh at all the "tripod" the toad jokes. I am gonna miss you like crazy. You and Charsh would always make sure to have lunch with me just to keep in touch. I am so happy we had lunch together just a few days ago. I will treasure that and all the memories you have given to me. Cindy, you also had the biggest heart when it came to helping animals. We defintely didn't fall far from the family tree on that one. I promise to look after your mom and Keven and am there for them whenever they need me. I just wanted you to know how much I love you and miss you and you'll be in my heart forever. Your cousin, Deb...
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