DeForest, WI - Cynthia (Gray) Suchomel, 65, passed peacefully at home on Tuesday, February 28, 2023 and into the arms of Jesus with loved ones at her side after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born April 24, 1957 to the late Merlin "Doc" and Theresa (Barvinchack) Gray. Cyndy graduated from Middleton High School in 1975, then began a 6-year career at Gimbel's followed by 38 years at WEA Insurance. She is survived by her loving husband Jim of 35 years; sons Mitchell and Brock; stepchildren Darryl (Penny), and Pamela (Brad) Mallon, and their children and grandchildren; and sisters Jacki Gray-Hill and Susan Darling.
Everyone who knew Cyndy was blessed by her zest for life, infectious smile, and generous and servant heart. She was a loving wife and mother, dedicated hockey mom, caring and loyal sister and friend. Cyndy loved to camp, host gatherings, travel, and photograph all her activities, scrapbook, make jewelry, craft, and decorate for all the holidays. Most of all, she loved to ride her e-bike and bowl with her husband, and watch her sons play baseball and hockey throughout the years. She lived big, loved big, and will be missed by so many.
In lieu of flowers at Cyndy's request, memorials may be made to Agrace Hospice Care or Norway Grove Memorial Lutheran Church.
A Celebration of Life at will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 4, 2023 at Norway Grove Memorial Lutheran Church, 820 River Road, DeForest, following a visitation at 10:00 a.m. We invite you to share your memories on Cyndy's tribute wall www.informedchoicefunerals.com
Agrace HospiceCare, Inc.
5395 East Cheryl Parkway, Fitchburg WI 53711
Norway Grove Memorial Lutheran Church
820 River Road, DeForest WI 53532
I haven't seen her for a very long time but boy do I miss our evening phone conversations. I am looking forward to seeing her again in heaven. We will have so much to talk about! Love you all Bernice
Jim, I am so sorry to hear about your wife's passsing. It immediately brought to mind all the years you and I played softball for McGovern's Club and the great times we often enjoyed with our families thanks to Jerry and Wayne McGovern and Butch and Ramona Maly. We had a unique family of highly successful players and a large support group. Please know that I believe Cyndy is in a better place now and no longer suffering from the terrible pain of cancer. Even though I'm a long ways away, I think of you and our teammates often. Those were the best years of my adult life.
You will be missed by so many of us my young friend. You were a wonderful Grandma Cyndy to my granddaughter Kandace when you were just 30 years old. You were also a Great Grandma Cyndy to four beautiful boys. Your love, caring, beautiful smile and true love of family is so special just as you are. RIP sweet Lady. My condolences to Jim, your boys, and all of your family.
Cyndi was always upbeat and had a great smile. She was a joy to work with at WEA. I remember doing “Today is Cydi’s Birthday” for her on some of her birthdays. Rest In Peace.
I am sorry to hear of Cyndi's passing. My condolences to her family and her sisters Jacki and Susan. I knew her in her childhood when our parents were friends and our fathers were chiropractors. May Cyndi rest in peace.
Cyd was one of the best coworkers I could have ever asked for and we became good friends over our many years at WEA. Our friendship has continued since retirement. I will dearly miss her positive, caring friendship. RIP, Cyd.
May Cindy's beautiful & precious soul rest in peac
With her love of 35 years!
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DeForest, WI, United States 53532
DeForest, WI, United States 53532