Cynthia Ann Tellia
Cynthia Ann Tellia - Age 71, died peacefully with her daughter by her side on February 8th in Venice, Florida after a courageous struggle with ALS.

Cindy was born on April 30, 1948 in Concord New Hampshire to Nancy and Wilfred Duclos. She graduated from Concord High School and had a successful career as a Certified Public Accountant.

Cindy is survived by her daughter, Liza Shepherd, her son-in-law, Drew Shepherd, her grandchildren, David and Alexis Shepherd and numerous family and friends.

She enjoyed her Yorkie, Lola, gardening, crocheting, baking, card games and reading her bible. She touched many lives with her generosity and passion for life.

Services will be private and held in New Hampshire.
Published on February 14, 2020

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Frances Mason
Feb 15, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Cindy's passing. I was working out of town when she moved away and did not get to wish her good bye. I know that she was happy being near her family. I am praying for her family members to be at peace knowing Cindy is with Jesus and suffering no more.
Pat Conaway
Feb 14, 2020
I am deeply saddened to read today of Cindy's passing. She was my dear friend for the 5 years I worked at Meals on Wheels, her office next to mine. We both dealt with the wrath of the Director, Lois Durant, yet managed to laugh her off and enjoy our time spent with our seniors each day. Cindy was a special lady, a true Christian, full of joy and smiles. Her faith in God was obvious and having her as my friend was priceless. We lost touch after she moved to Florida, but I knew she was happy being so close to her beloved daughter and grandchildren. I am sure God was waiting for her with open arms, and it's a comfort to know she is suffering no more. She will be missed and never forgotte...n. To her family, I am so very sorry for your loss. May you now Rest In Peace, sweet Cindy, my dearly beloved friend. God Bless...Read more