Cindy Lee Campbell (Wise), age 64 of Saint Paul, died unexpectedly on September 19, 2020.
She is survived by her three children Benjamin Campbell, Christi (Nick) Glendenning, and Amber Campbell (Fiancé Eric Riedel). Cindy was a devoted and loving grandmother to five grandchildren Nathan, Justin, Lillian, Annabel, and Violet. Her grandchildren were the love of her life and brought her an incredible amount of joy! They shared lots of laughter together.
Cindy made many friends with her neighbors where she was an integral part of many of their daily lives. She also enjoyed her time employed at Kowalski's on Grand and described working there as being a part of a "family". Cindy's children would like to offer gratitude to Kowalski's for their support during this time.
Cindy will be remembered for always taking care of other people. Her passing will leave a great void in many lives and she will be missed dearly.
Memorial Gathering 4-8 PM Thursday October 1, 2020 at Choice Cremation, 640 W. 7th St. St. Paul.
In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to family.
Cindy, thank you for the sweet memories you left me with, and all the times we went fishing with amber at the lake.I wish we would have reconnected. Love Always, sandy (See you on the other side, i will be in a cabin thru the woods on a lake,near the mountains.The animals will show you the way...)
I have many good memories of our visits as children growing up. We always looked forward to coming to MN as a family and the times I spent summers there with your Mom. A particular memory for me was one summer your family came to TX to spend a couple of weeks and it was really hot. We were headed out for some sightseeing and you kept telling everyone you were thirsty and wanted MILK. With all the talking and laughing going on in the car, you just kept getting louder and louder about the milk and finally your Mom shouted above the noise.....OK Cindy, we heard you the first time, now sit down and we'll take care of it in a minute. You plopped back in the seat and quietly cried, but did not ask for the milk again. Many good times to remember for all of us cousins. I will miss you and love you and I know you are loving your Mom again. Mary
Your smile , kindness and free spirit will be missed. My dearest friend, sister and fellow grandma I love you. Coffee talk about our kids and grandchildren , Trump grumblings and our last conversation about losing RBG will continue. Rest In Peace sweet Angel.
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