SPRAUER-MOORE, Cynthia Marie, age 57, of Beavercreek, passed away on Tuesday, October 16, 2018. Cynthia was born on July 11, 1961 in Dayton, OH.
She was a Graduate of Carroll High School, employee of Systems Research Laboratories, Matrix Security Systems, N-Control Security Systems and ARROW Electronics distributors.
Cynthia was predeceased in death by her grandparents, Frank and Wilma Sprauer and Arthur and Dorothy Brinkel. She is survived by her parents, Bud and Jeni Sprauer; significant other, Jeffrey Bottorff; son, Benjamin (Heather) Sprauer; son, Zachary Moore; daughter, Mikayla Moore; siblings, Stephen (Linda) Sprauer, Catherine (David) Daniel; niece, Stephanie Sprauer; nephews, Andrew (Karolina) Fernandez, Samuel Sprauer, Brandon (Michelle) Daniel, Jarod (Mattie Young) Daniel.
Family will greet friends from 1-2pm at Routsong Funeral home, 2100 Stroop Rd, Kettering, OH, on Sunday, October 21st. A Memorial Service will start at 2 pm with a reception to follow.
In lieu of flowers, Cyndi requests that donations be made to 4 paws for ability, 207 Dayton Ave, Xenia, OH 45385, SICSA, 2600 Wilmington Pike, Dayton, OH 45419, or ASPCA, PO Box 96929, Washington, DC 20090-6929, due to her overwhelming love of animals of all types.
Very special thanks to the staff of the ICU department of Soin Medical Center for the exceptional medical care, professionalism, and emotional support during this time.
Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.routsong.com.
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