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Cynthia Lee Hill (Ferreira) 1958-2019

Cynthia Lee Hill (Ferreira) Born December 04, 1958. Cindy passed away Friday February 28, 2019 with friends at her side and in her husband’s arms. Cindy had suffered two strokes, heart surgery, and then four bouts with cancer. The world lost a very brave woman and an angel and now god has gained a beautiful caring angel that will make heaven a little bit better with her smile and her caring and loving nature.

Cindy had moved to California in 1978 and worked at Howard’s Bakery from the opening day in 1978 until its being sold 1999. She moved back to Groton Connecticut in 2005 after her husband Troy L. Hill had passed away. She had worked temporarily as a baker at Stop & Shop in Groton and then worked as a cook at Mystic Manor & Rehabilitation from 2006 until 2015 after her suffering two strokes.

She has always had this beautiful smile that would capture your heart. She had a knack for conversation on almost any subject and a fabulous memory. She was a baseball fanatic and loved the San Diego Padre’s but after we met I converted her to be a loyal Boston Red Sox fan during the 2007 World Series. I will miss her immensely and will love her forever. Some people never find true love but I did with her. My sunshine. The girls and I miss you very much. For always and forever, your loving husband Mike.

She is survived by her husband William M Ferreira, a son Timothy McHugh of San Diego, her mother Carol “Adair” Munch, her step-father Paul Munch, a sister Linda “Padauno” Iacono, three nephews, and her birth father Paul J. Padauno all of Paterson NJ and surrounding areas, and an aunt Lois Dempsey of Groton, CT and numerous cousins, and other aunts and uncles.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to Survivors Of Stroke, 36 Fowler Drive, Uncasville CT. 06382. Please make checks payable to: Survivors of Stroke Group. This was Cindy’s favorite place to be with her friends when they met once a month and she was with other Stroke Survivors and all shared a good time.

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