Cynthia Susan Fortezzo

Cynthia Susan Fortezzo

September 03, 1957 - August 22, 2006

Cynthia Susan Fortezzo

September 03, 1957 - August 22, 2006


Fortezzo, Cynthia S.

Beloved wife of David Fortezzo, a devoted mother of Jacqueline and Audrey Fortezzo, a loving sister of Judy Diaz and William Laidlaw, Jr., went to be with our Lord on Tues, Aug 22, 2006. Cindi was born on Sept 3, 1957 in Cupertino, CA to her parents Bill and Bernice Laidlow. She was raised in Capitola, CA. Cindi married David Fortezzo Nov 27, 1976 and moved to Lake Forest, CA where she lived for the last 30 years. Cindi was very involved with her two daughters especially in their dancing, music and tennis endeavors.
She loved entertaining, gardening, traveling and boating with close friends.

Services – Monday, August 28, 2006 ~ 11 A.Mm at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest and were attended by in excess of 300 friends and family. It was a beautiful service that celebrated a beautiful life. She was dearly loved by many and will be deeply missed by all.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations may be made in Cindi’s name to Cindi’s favorite charity. ?Discovery Arts?, 1938 N. Batavia St. Orange, CA 92865.

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5 responses to Cynthia Susan Fortezzo

  1. David,
    Debbie and I are so very sorry to hear about Cindy. Our prayers, love and support are there for you Jacqueline, and Audrey. Cindy was always such a delight to be with and will be very missed. We remember the excitement you had 30 years ago when you met Cindy and how excited you were that she was going to be your bride. She was a blessing to us all. We will see you soon. God bless you and your family.

    Sincerely and with love,
    Gary and Debbie Hodge

  2. Jacqueline says:

    eternal love

  3. a friend says:

    It has been nearly six months since you’ve been gone. At times it feels like yesterday when last I saw you, but most of the time, it feels like an eternity has passed since we last spoke. I miss you my friend. So much has happened that I wish I could share with you. I could really use your strength and guidance. I’m so lost without you. Please visit me in my dreams.

  4. a friend says:

    It has been nearly two years and rarely a day goes by that I don’t think about you. I was in a store yesterday and all I could think about was how much you would have loved that store. I started tearing up because everything in the store reminded me of you. I still miss you. I know without a doubt that I will never find a friend like you ever again.

  5. a friend says:

    It’s me again. After your memorial service, one of the guests came up to me and told me that he had lost a best friend ten years earlier, and he never found another best friend like him. Well…in two years, I’ve never found a best friend like you – nor do I think I ever will.
    I miss our daily phone calls and our nearly daily trips to Starbucks. We always had so much to talk about. I miss having a friend to talk to. Our four girls are growing up so fast right now. I can’t believe it.
    Thank you for being my best friend.

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