Cynthia “Cindy” Rose Wiese

Macken Funeral Home Memorial Photo
Date of Birth:
Thursday, August 16, 1956
Date of Death:
Friday, June 12, 2020
Age:
63 years old
Macken Funeral Home Memorial Photo
Date of Birth:
Thursday, August 16, 1956
Date of Death:
Friday, June 12, 2020
Age:
63 years old
Macken Funeral Home Memorial Photo
Date of Birth:
Thursday, August 16, 1956
Date of Death:
Friday, June 12, 2020
Age:
63 years old

Cynthia “Cindy” Rose Wiese

Cindy Rose Wiese, 63, of Byron, MN, died Friday, June 12, 2020 at home.

Cindy was born on August 16, 1956 in Owatonna, MN to Francis and Marcella (Schrom) Jeno.  She graduated from Owatonna High School in 1974 and eventually earned her Laboratory Science/Bachelor of Science degree from North Dakota State University in 2011.  On June 21, 1975, she married her high school sweetheart Steven E. Wiese at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Litomysl, MN.  The couple lived in Owatonna, MN until 2007 when they moved to Byron, MN.  Cindy worked at the Owatonna Clinic for 30 years as a medical laboratory technician and Saint Mary’s Hospital, Mayo Clinic Rochester for 13 years as a quality specialist for laboratory services.

Cindy was an avid runner completing 3 marathons and 6 half-marathons.  She enjoyed photography, painting, gardening, and antique collecting especially candlesticks, carnival glass, and artwork.  Her travels brought a love for Italy and it’s food, Hawaii and it’s beautiful beaches, and several other places.  She treasured the shared memories with families and sought the beauty in each sunrise and sunset.  She traversed roads with Steve across all 50 states experiencing the happiness of life.  Cindy shared the joy of the little details in decorating for Holidays, treasured the words on a page of a good book, and mastered some amazing recipes with her own twists.  Cindy’s dogs were constant companions and many walks with her and Steve.  Cindy loved her family, finding exactly the right words to dry tears, pushing her daughters to be strong, cherishing her grandchildren as her pride and joy, and giving simply amazing, warm comforting hugs.  Cindy lived brightly and boldly, and her spirit continues to shine in all those blessed to call her friend.

Cindy is survived by her husband, Steve, married for 45 years; her daughters Abby (Carson) Romme and Allison (Kent) Anderson; her grandchildren, Sylvia Romme, Flynn Romme, and Georgia Anderson; her mother, Marcella Jeno; and three sisters and six brothers along with many nieces and nephews.  She is preceded in death by her father, Francis John Jeno, and her brother, Mark Jeno.

Due to the Coronavirus, there is no planned funeral.  A Celebration of Life will follow at safer, later date.

All memorials are preferred as donations in Cindy’s name to Cure Mesothelioma at https://www.curemeso.org/donate/donate-online/.

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I was so sorry to read on Facebook of the death of Cindy.  You are all missing a very special person.  My thoughts and prayers for peace go with this message to all of you.  Shirley Pfeifer

Steve- 


You and Cindy became our family in a very short timeframe and we loved her dearly! She had such a great heart and always had a smile on her face. She will be missed <3 Sending all the hugs and prayers your way!


<3 Your Mary Brigh 6D Family


 


 

Cindy was a kind person and so much fun to talk to and work with.  I truly hoped she would make it through her battle as she had a zest for life and living it that many don't possess.  She was so proud of her family and spoke of them often when things got quiet at work and she was a sweet and steadfast friend that I will miss always.  My condolences to her husband, Steve and family.  May I meet her again in heaven.  

Steve:  My sympathy to you on the loss of your wife.

We are so sorry to hear this sad news, and send our prayers at such a difficult time.


The Krings Family

We are Wishing You, Peace to bring Comfort, Courage to Face the days ahead,and Loving Memories to forever Hold in your Heart.  We will always have your mother in our prayers. Cindy always gave the best hugs! Cindy will be missed,   Love to all of you!! Tom& Debbie

Cindy was a hard working and friendly coworker. May she rest in peace. My condolences.

Cindy was a person that never appreciated how special she was. She was an example to all of us of what a wife and mother should be. She will be missed by many. I will always be grateful that she was my friend. Love to Steve, Abby and Allison and all their families. 

Our sincere condolences to the Wiese family. Cindy was so warm and genuine in every conversation. Her love and pride in her family is clear and will carry forward in your hearts. Praying for all of you as you navigate this loss and find comfort with each other.

Steve and Family,


I am sorry to hear of your loss. Cindy was always kind to me and I wish you and your family comfort during this trying time. Sending peace, love and prayers your way.


 

Cindy was a wonderful and dedicated co-worker.  May her transition be peaceful and pain-free.  My condolences to all family and friends.  May she sleep in Peace.

Steve and family,


I am so sorry for your loss. Steve, I remember travelling with you one time for Wenger and I referred to Cindy as your girlfriend and you proudly said, "yes she is". The smile and pride you had when you talked about your high school sweetheart was inspiring. Sending love and prayers your way.


Cathy Hermel

Cindy fought the good fight.  She was a good friend and was there for me when I needed her. During the many bad things that happened to Cindy, she always was positive and took them in stride. She was an amazing woman. 


Whenever I have a glass of red wine with ice it I know she will be up there rolling her eyes at me.


I will miss her

Our condolences on your loss Weise family.


We will never forget Cindy and the many conversations we had with her about her travels, life and family. We will miss seeing her outside reading on her porch, enjoying the weather while reading and her warm smile and wave. 


We will be here for you Steve when you need us, don't be afraid to ask for help and we look forward to seeing you when you're ready. Our thoughts are will all of you through this rough time. God bless and we'll miss you Cindy.

She was a dear person who will be missed greatly on this earth.  Thoughts and Prayers with all the family.