Cynthia N. Shady

December 30th, 1944 to June 9th, 2009


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N. Shady, 64, beloved mother and grandmother,

of Port Huron and Naples, FL passed away on Tuesday, June 9, 2009 in

her home surrounded by her loving family,

after a 2 year battle with cancer. She was born December

30, 1944 in Detroit and has lived in the Port Huron and Marysville

area since 1977. Cynthia married Al Shady on November 6, 1965 in

Detroit. He preceded her in death on October 29, 2005. Cindy

was very involved in the community as a life long member of the Quota

Club. She voluntered many years for the March of Dimes and the Beacon

Society of Port Huron Hospital Foundation. She was also a very

generous supporter of many of the areas local youth hockey and

baseball programs. She was an avid golfer, a member of the Port

Huron Golf Club, The Elks Lodge 343 and The Strand Golf Club in

Naples, Fl. She

is survived by daughters, Deborah (Pat) Pearson of St. Clair; Lori


of Port Huron and

Lynnette Shady of Port Huron; grandsons, Alec, Kyle, Cole and Zachary

Pearson; granddaughter, Aliana Shady; brother, Fred (Nanette) Bednarz

of Saginaw; sister, Nancy (Tom) Buczynski of Southgate; mother-in-law

Mary Shady of Dearborn and son-in-law Mike Pearson of Port

Huron. Cynthia was also


in death by her parents Fred and Emily Bednarz and brother Ronald

Bednarz. Pallbearers

will be Pat Pearson, Mike Pearson, Fred Bednarz, Bruce Soifer, Bob

Brewer, Pat Eagen and Walt Crosby. Honorary pallbearers will be her

grandsons, Alec, Kyle, Cole and Zachary Pearson Funeral

services will be 11 am Friday in Colonial Woods Missionary Church.

Pastor Phil Whetstone will officiate. Burial will follow in Mt. Hope

Cemetery. Visiting hours are 6-8 pm Wednesday, 2-9 pm Thursday in

the Karrer-Simpson Funeral Home and 10 am Friday until

the time of service.

A rosary will be recited at 7:30 pm Thursday evening. Memorials in

memory of Cynthia may be given to St. Jude Children's Research

Hospital. Mom,

the sacrifices you have made for our family will be remembered and

appreciated forever. Your kindness and generocity will continue to

inspire us everyday. You are a woman of great strength and courage

and you will remain our hero forever. We are not afraid,

because we will all be together again one day. We are so proud of

you, love you forever, Your Girls. For

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