Meaney, Cynthia Evelyn “Cyndi” (nee Urquhart) age 46 passed away suddenly on Thursday September 14, 2017 in St. John’s.
Cyndi loved everything about life. A devoted wife and mother. She cherished spending time at home and abroad with both her husband Steve and their two children. She considered Ryan and Erin to be her greatest and proudest achievement. She will be forever missed in her family’s hearts. She was very close to her father, Wayne Urquhart and loved to spend time at the Urquhart home in Grand River, Cape Breton, NS. Also leaving to mourn in Nova Scotia her sister Cathie MacIntosh, brother in law Brian and nephew and niece, Scott and Jessie, and her uncle Hazen “Sonny” Taylor in Dartmouth.
She also leaves behind sisters in law Brenda Rose (Sean), Janet Williams (Roger) and Shelly Bugden, nieces Heather and Gina Rose and Amanda Bugden, nephews Justin and Raymond Williams.
She had a large and very close circle of friends and cousins.
Cyndi was devoted to her profession. She loved being a nurse. She worked at Kings-Edgehill school and Choices in Nova Scotia before moving to St. John’s with Steve, where she worked for Eastern Health for 19 years in the NICU and both the Janeway and HSC OR.
Cyndi spent many years playing bagpipes in Port Hawkesbury where she grew up and in Halifax while attending school at the Victoria General Hospital School of Nursing. She also worked with Cadets Canada, as a CIC Officer, a volunteer and as a mother.
Above all else her main priority and source of happiness was her family and friends. She was a truly wonderful person with a heart of gold.
Cyndi was predeceased by her mother, Florence “Jean” Urquhart, niece Caitlyn Sarah MacIntosh, father in law James Patrick Meaney and brother in law James Francis Meaney.
Resting at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road on Saturday, September 16th, 2017 from 7 -9 pm and Sunday, September 17th, 2017 from 10 am -4pm and 6 -9 pm. Service will be held at St. James United Church, Elizabeth Avenue on Monday, September 18th, 2017 at 11am.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.
St. James United Church