Cynthia A. Dziadzio
Passed away in the presence of her loving family on February 5, 2020, at the age of 67. Beloved wife of Edward for 44 wonderful years. Loving mother of Gregory (Nicolle) Dziadzio, Grant Dziadzio, Mary Therese (Jeffrey) Meshinski, and Matthew Dziadzio. Cherished Neena of Benjamin, Charles, and Margaret Dziadzio, Henry, Stella Cynthia, and Sophia Meshinski. Dear sister of Mary Margaret (the late Dick) Shannon, and Arlene (the late Albert) Heyza; sister-in-law of Norman (the late Marilyn) Dziadzio. She leaves behind many other loving nieces, nephews, cousins, family members and friends.
Visitation will take place at:
Fred Wood Funeral Home
36100 Five Mile Road
Livonia, Michigan 48154
Monday, February 10, 2020 ~3:00pm-9:00pm
Tuesday, February 11, 2020 ~1:00pm-9:00pm, Rosary 7:00pm
The Funeral Mass will be held at:
St. John Neumann Catholic Church
44800 Warren Road
Canton, Michigan 48187
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Instate 10:30am-Mass 11:00am
Cynthia A. Dziadzio was called home to the Lord on Wednesday February 5, 2020 after battling diabetes, heart failure, renal failure and lung failure. Cynthia was born to Margaret and Gregory Heyza on January 2, 1953. Cynthia was the baby of the family to older siblings Norman, Mary Margaret, Gerald and Albert. Cynthia was spoiled by her beloved parents, especially her father. Its been said that “whatever Cynthia wanted, she got”. Growing up in Detroit, Cynthia went to St. Stephens School and St. Andrews High School, where she met lifelong friends. In her working career, she worked for Radoe Heating & Cooling, K-Mart and also as a Vocational Director for persons with disabilities, a career that she enjoyed so much. 1
Set up by a mutual friend, Cynthia met a handsome young man named Edward. After letting Ed chase her until she caught him, they were married in April 1975. A year later their first of four spectacular beings were made. This binder lasted from 1976 until 1984. Gregory, Grant, Mary Therese and Matthew were sparkle in her eyes and her reasons for screaming.
Throughout her life Cynthia was a giver, a planner, a caring soul. Cynthia was someone who loved to help others, putting their wants and desires before her own needs.
After retiring from her working career in 1995 Cynthia spent her days playing word womp, solitaire, listening to Belgian folk music at 4 o’clock in the morning and caring for her family.
Cynthia’s life got even more joyous in 2000 and 2008 when she met people who would become her daughter and son in law.
In 2007 Cynthia’s first Grandchild was born. She’s said that becoming Neena was the best part of her life.
Cynthia is remembered by her loving family including husband Edward, children Gregory (Nicolle), Grant, Mary Therese (Jeffrey) and Matthew. Grandchildren Benjamin, Charles, Margaret, Henry, Stella Cynthia and Sophia.
We love, respect and will miss you forever.
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