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Cynthia Ann Henshaw (Cindi), age 63, passed away on October 17, 2022. Cindi was born on February 19, 1959 to William (Bill) and Agnes Main. She was a 1977 graduate of William Chrisman high school. She worked at several pharmaceutical companies through the years including McPike, McKesson and AmerisourceBergen and was a customer service representative at the end of her career.
Growing up, Cindi was a member of First Christian Church in Independence, where she was baptized a Christian. She played piano and was in the school orchestra and stage band.
She met Roy David Henshaw and they were married in 1982. In 1984 they had a son, Jeremy David Henshaw.
Cindi was preceded in death by her parents, Bill and Agnes, her husband, David, and a brother, Donald Lee. She is survived by her son, Jeremy David Henshaw, brother and sister-in-law John and Kristy Main, brother and sister-in-law Steve and Tonda Henshaw, adopted daughter, Amy Mallinson, adopted granddaughter Brooklyn, along with niece Lyndsey Padget, nephew Ryan (Bethany) Main, niece Michael (Joey) Zarrillo and nephew Zach Henshaw.
Through the years Cindi enjoyed attending Jeremy’s baseball games and cheering on his teams. Anyone who knew Cindi knew that she was a huge Chief’s fan and was so excited watching the Chief’s and “her Kelsey and Mahomes” these past few years. Her other love was the ocean and beach and she was able to take a Caribbean cruise with David and Jeremy and also make several visits to Aruba, St. Maarten and Hawaii.
The family would like to extend our sincere thanks to each of Cindi’s caregivers during the last several weeks at North Kansas City Hospital for their exceptional care and compassion, as well as the amazing caregivers at Kansas City Hospice House.
Cindi’s wishes were for cremation and a celebration of her life will be held on Sunday, October 30th between noon and 2pm at Mike Onka Community Hall, 11520 Putnam St, Sugar Creek, Mo 64054. In lieu of flowers consider donations to Independence Animal Hospital, 300 S. Noland, Independence, Mo 64050.
Trish Lee says
Loved and will be missed by many ? ?
Linda Ertle says
I’m so sorry Jeremy. Me and your mom loved traveling to watch you boys play baseball. Best times ever, great memories made … hugs ??
Cheryl Mullins says
We had a lot of great memories. Wish we would have stayed in touch. RIP
Gail Franklin says
Guess God needed another special angel in heaven ! RIP Cindy !
Peace & Comfort to the family ?
Vicky Brisco says
Jeremy, so very sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Prayers for peace and God’s presence to comfort you! ?? Rich and Vicky
Adam Henderson says
We will miss you Cindi. We had so many great memories throughout the years. Prayers are with the family.