Cynthia A. Weis

February 27, 1960 ‒ August 13, 2017

Cardington, Ohio

Cynthia A. Weis 57 of Cardington passed away unexpectedly Sunday August 13, 2017 at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

She was born February 27, 1960 in Columbus, Ohio the middle of six children of Elmer & June (Lippert) Ferrell Sr.

Cindy attended and later graduated from Mifflin High School in Columbus. During her time at Mifflin High she met Mark Weis, a recently graduated senior who fell in love instantly, they hit it off, and were married February 10, 1979.

Cindy worked for National Electric Coil in Columbus, Ohio as a winder, she was a proud member of the IUECWA for 28 years, and was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Columbus Ohio.

Left to cherish her memory is her husband of 38 years Mark Weis; son Tony (Wendy) Weis; daughters Sharon (Dwight) Dehart, and Rachelle (Mike) McCallister; father Elmer Ferrell Sr.; grandchildren Brianna Valtman, Kya Weis, Owen Valtman, Abigail Weis, Dominic Beilfuss, Sullivan Beilfuss, Audrey Bates, Kaden Weis, Clara Weis, Mason Dehart, Mikey McCallister, and Dani McCallister; brothers Elmer Ferrell Jr., and Joe Ferrell; sisters Norma Fortner, Jackie Bennett, and Donna Ferrell; And Fur-daughter, her yorkie Misty.

She was preceded in death by her mother June Ferrell in 2016.

Cindy enjoyed throwing parties or hosting any holiday event, it gave her a chance to showcase her cooking abilities, she also enjoyed spending time with her family, and playing with her grandkids. Her family and those close to her will remember her as the big-hearted and amazing woman she was, always willing to solve everyone elseโ€™s problems before her own.

A celebration of life will take place 3:00 p.m. Saturday August 26, 2017 at the DeVore- Snyder Funeral Home in Sunbury 637 Ohio 61, Sunbury, Ohio 43074 with Pastor Robert Valtman officiating. Friends may call 2:00 p.m. until the time of service.

To share a fond memory or to leave a message of condolence please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com .

The DeVore- Snyder Funeral Home in Sunbury is honored to serve the Weis Family.

  • I am so very sorry to hear of Cindy’s passing! We went to Mifflin together. She was one of my best friends in school. I have many fond memories of her. May God bring peace to Cindy’s family.

  • Grief is like the ocean as it comes in waves, ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes the water is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim….written by Vicki Harrison.

    I ran across this today and it is exactly how I am feeling since I received the news of her loss. I met this wonderful woman when I was merely 16 years old as she welcomed me into her home. She didn’t know it then, but we would have a special friendship from there on out. I have loved her for almost 19 years, and I will love her the rest of my life. I will continue to cherish the moments that I was blessed to share with her over the years from her giving me my baby shower for Ms. Kya to our last moments together. Cindy, I loved you then, now, and forever, xoxo, Lisa.

  • I miss you so much Granny. I love you so much and i can’t believe you’re gone. You loved having us over , you laughed a lot and you were always smiling. Everyone misses you so much. No one was ready for this. You were to young. I love you so much Granny. Rest in peace beautiful ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญโค๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’•

  • I’m so very sorry . I enjoyed her coming to the Eagles always a laugh with her about her Dad .

  • Rachelle,
    May God hold you in the palm of his hand and carry you through. There are no words, we are holding you up in prayer! Love you.

  • So sorry to hear of her passing such a beautiful person. My heart goes out to her family!

  • mark and family

    so sorry to hear about the loss of cindy I cant imagine how you must feel only know she is in heaven and no more pain . she will always be in your hearts and watching over you . prayers to your family .

  • What a shock! Lived in the
    same housing park. Didn’t know anyone that well except for Jackie and Joey. My oldest brother Paul dated Jackie in High School. Cindy was a beautiful lady. Life is not easy. So sad to read about her. Don’t know how she was taken away from life but she will now leave her Spirits with her siblings. She will be with her parents once again. Rest her soul but her Spirits will remain some where till you feel her presence. Enjoy life to her siblings.

  • Sounds like she was a beautiful, Happy, cheerful beautiful Red Head lady!!! ElmerJR,Norma,Jackie,LJoey,Donna, stay close if you are and appreciate what you have in life. Lovely feelings for all of you.

  • Mark and family, we are so sorry for your lost. Cindy was a beautiful person inside and out. Just know that she is in good hands now, and she’s not in anymore pain. Just cherish all the memories you all shared with her all these years. Love, Felix and Laura.

  • My condolences to the Ferrell and Weis family, and all of Cindy’s close friends and relatives. May God grant us all the strength needed to endure this loss of or beloved Cindy… It was truly an honor and pleasure to have know her, she was a wonderful person that truly cared so much for others, and would do anything to help one in need… Cindy had a heart of gold, and will be sorely missed so much by us all, but, her happy loving sprit will dwell in our hearts forever. I remember the first time that my dear friend Mark met Cindy, it was like LOVE at first site. We would drive up to Hide Park to visit our close friends that attended Mifflin with us several says per week, and nearly ever weekend to party with them all… But, we nearly NEVER left there without Mark seeing Cindy, he couldn’t ever stop talking about her at home each day. RIP my dear sweet friend Cindy, you are now in the hands of the heavenly Father above… I love you Mark (you were ALWAYS one of my best friends) while growing up together, my heart bleeds for you my brother. I will be praying my heart out for God to give you the strength to undure your unbelievable loss my friend…

  • My condolences to the Ferrell and Weis family, and all of Cindy’s close friends and relatives. May God grant us all the strength needed to endure this loss of our beloved Cindy… It was truly an honor and pleasure to have know her, she was a wonderful person that truly cared so much for others, and would do anything to help one in need… Cindy had a heart of gold, and will be sorely missed by us all, but, her happy loving sprit will dwell in our hearts forever. I remember the first time that my dear friend Mark met Cindy, it was like LOVE at first site. We would drive up to Hide Park to visit our close friends that attended Mifflin with us, several says per week, and nearly ever weekend to party with them all… But, we NEVER left there without Mark seeing Cindy, he couldn’t ever stop talking about her at home each day. RIP my dear sweet friend Cindy, you are now in the hands of the heavenly Father above… I love you Mark (you were ALWAYS one of my best friends) while growing up together, my heart bleeds for you my brother. I will be praying my heart out for God to give you the strength to undure your unbelievable loss my friend…

  • Dear Mark and family, we are so sorry to hear about Cindy and for your loss. Cindy was always so friendly and had the best smile. Cindy cherished Mark and her family. We grew up with Mark and when he met Cindy, it was plain to see that she was the love of his life. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers, praying that God will give you peace and comfort in this sad time. Love, Steve and Nancy Knight

  • We are so sorry to hear of Cindy’s passing. We all have very fond memories of her. Mom is heartbroken Cindy had A special place in her heart I am so sorry we did not find out about her passing until today or we would have been there for you and your family . You are in our thoughts and prayers we love you .

  • My beautiful mother, I miss you so much! Thank for giving us the knowledge and support we always needed.

    Thank you everyone for your kind words, and memories that you have shared on here. They mean more than anything. We have read them to our father, and even some stories bringing tears to his eyes.