Cynthia L. Cals, 58, of Springfield Township died Saturday, October 13, 2012 at her home. She is the wife of Nick L. Cals whom were married 26 years as of July 19.

Born in Doylestown, PA on July 17, 1954 to the late Edward L. and Mary T. (Offner) Arnold. Cynthia was a machinist for Penn Engineering for over 10 years and previously was a bus driver for Palisades School District. Along with her husband she bred and showed Rottweilers.

Survivors: Cynthia is survived by her husband; sisters: Margaret Hoyt wife of Jerry of Mt. Dora FL, Marie Somp of Ottsville, Alice Arnold wife of Jack Roland of Orlando, FL, Twin Sister Debbie Higgins wife of Kenny of Doylestown; brothers: Albert Arnold of Helena, MT and Donald Arnold of Townsend, MT.

Services: A Celebration of Life will be held a later date. Online expressions of sympathy can be recorded at: www.heintzelmancares.com.

Contributions: In lieu of flowers please send contributions to the family to help defray medical and funeral expenses c/o Nick Cals, 2906 Springtown Hill Road - Hellertown 18055.

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Carol laskey    10-18-2012

Cindy was one of my best friends, I will miss her always...I am selfish and wanted her here forever...say hi to my brother you guys tip one for me..pet all our rotties for me.will see u on the other side..don't leave the bridge without me..I love u babe...u are my sister always

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Andrew Bevington (Bev)    10-20-2012

I was so sad to hear of the passing of my dear friend Cindy. She will be much missed by all.

Nick and Cindy are one of life's special couples: in love and lovers of all. I was on the right end of this love when, as a part of a group of Brits a long way from home, I was taken under the wing by these two wonderful people.

Cindy had a unique way, a patience, a humour which I may never come across again. I can see Cindy standing at the end of a machine at Penn Engineering, scowling at me, saying, ' what have you done now?' It was often bad.

We went on holiday together to the Jersey Shore, I remember Cindy driving the much cherished Pontiac with Nick in the 'jump' seat, smiling from eat to ear.

We ate Thanksgiving dinner together at Cindy & Nicks home, it made America feel like home. We laughed and played and simply 'did life' in each others company.

Cindy DID life - and passing at such a young age seems like a life cut short. I think this sense of lose may pass and fade for me at least, and hopefully for you, and will be replaced by the memory of a life well lived.

I will miss you Cindy. You loved us all and we loved you. There is a new star in Heaven.

God bless you Nick, family and friends and may you know that we stand with you. Much love Bev (00447595663817) a_bevington@sky.com

OLD FRIENDS/NEIGHBORS

LYNDA AND GARY SEIMES    10-22-2012

WE WERE FORTUNATE TO MEET CINDY AND NICK WHILE LIVING AT JUPITER 8 FARMS NEAR RICHLANDTOWN, MANY, MANY YEARS AGO. WE HAVE FOND MEMORIES OF YOU BRINGING KAYA, AS A PUP, OVER TO OUR APARTMENT TO MEET OUR SPRINGER, KASEY! AND WE REMEMBER KAYA AND BEAR RUNNING WITH MIKE'S DOBERMAN, CJ DOWN TO THE POND. WE'D GET TOGETHER AND HAVE A BBQ, HANG OUT WITH THE DOGS, AND JUST ENJOY EACH OTHERS COMPANY. WHAT A LOVELY SPECIAL WOMAN SHE WAS. NICK, PLEASE KNOW THAT YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. SENDING HEALING THOUGHTS YOUR WAY.

WITH LOVE AND DEEPEST SYMPATHY - LYNDA AND GARY



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