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Cindy L. Long

November 30, 1956 - June 25, 2007
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Cindy L. Long, 50, of Rochester, passed away unexpectedly Monday, June 25, 2007 at her residence. Born November 30, 1956, in Blue Island, Illinois, she was a daughter of Sarah (Huckey) Riley of Chicago, IL and the late Robert Reilly. A resident of this area for 10 years, Cindy had been employed at WalMart, Chippewa.Continue Reading

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Kyla Long left a message on April 16, 2019:
Hi Memo, I wanted to say hello, I know its been a long time but I still think of you, I wish you could see everyone, Uncle Joe got married and so did dad, and he had a daughter that has our special marks. Her name is Gracie Lou Long, named after your middle name, Cayden and Abree are big now just like me. I do art and drawing now and i wish you could see them. I also now have another little sister named Keira, my mom just had her 2 years ago with my step dad Tim, shes pretty cool and looks and acts alot like me. I miss you and love you. -Kyla
Jason Long left a message on September 2, 2011:
Hi mom. I wanted to say hello. I miss you more as the days have passed. I hope you are not lonely where you are. I miss you very much. Cayden and Aybree are growing like you wouldnt believe. Cayden began 1st grade this week...can you believe it? Aybree, she will begin preschool in a week. Oh my how I wonder what you two would be like together. She is everything you could ever dream of in a grand daughter. I talk to her about you although she has no memory. She would melt your heart you know. And Cayden, well he is almost as smart as I am and LOVES coloring drawing pictures. He has a picture almost everyday for me when I arrive home from work. How I wish you can see how big he has gotten, but I know your looking somewhere out there...I love you ----this-----much....Always and forever, your oldest.
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
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