Cynthia Cahoon Smith
1918 ∼ 2013
Sue Hobart of Falmouth Ma wrote:
Deep condloences to Tammy and a beautiful Family. You were all so fortunate to have this lovley lady in your lives. She was always such a delight. Remember those times and keep her beautiful spirit alive.
Linda&Ted; Studley of Falmouth, MA 02540 wrote:
Another great Woods Hole lady has gone through the golden gates. We are so sorry for your loss. She was such a warm and happy woman. I Always loved to talk with her, I never saw her without a smile on her face. Hold on to all the good memories as they will get you through this difficult time. May she rest in peace.
GIGI SIMMONS of FALMOUTH, MA 02540 wrote:
TAMMY & DICK: I WAS SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR MOM. I USED TO LOVE TO SEE HER AND FRAN EASTMAN TOGETHER, ALWAYS SMILING AND LAUGHING. MY THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU BOTH. ANOTHER GREAT WOODS HOLE ICON THAT WILL BE SADLY MISSED.
Isabel Penman of Woods Hole wrote:
Tammy & Dicky Sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Enjoyed getting to know her when we had the League at the WH church. Always smiling and greeted everyone warmly. Peace be with you and fond memories help you through this difficult time.
JoAnn and Joe Borsari of Brewster, MA 02631 wrote:
"Hold on to what is good, even if it's a handful of earth. Hold on to what you believe, even if it's a tree that stands by itself. Hold on to what you must do, even if it's a long way from here. Hold on to your life, even if it's easier to let go. Hold on to my hand, even if someday I'll be gone away from you." ~A Pueblo Indian Prayer
Ellen Christian Keogh of Marion, MA wrote:
So sorry to hear of Coonie's passing. She was among the last of the strong Woods Hole women in our family and will be sorely missed. I have so many memories of her from my childhood in Woods Hole. with sympathy, Ellen and Joe
Cheryl Tolassi of Mashpee, MA wrote:
Cynthia's life and her love of family and friends was so remarkable and her smile was always genuine and welcoming. What a grand lady. I first met Cynthia in the office at The Church of the Messiah shortly after the death of Homer. I had only been working at the church for about a year but we seemed to connect. Our friendship spanned many years and I know for sure that I was influenced by her joy and her acceptance of everyone without judgement. She was one of my favorite parishioners at Messiah during my time there. How she loved those lobster sandwiches at Quarterdeck! I will forever hold Cynthia in my heart.
Tom & Donna McElroy of Glen Arm, Maryland wrote:
Dear Tammy & Dick: We can't begin to express our sorrow in learning of the passing of your mother. She was a part of our family. We will cherish the memories of our times together those many summers and our visits to see her at Christmastime in later years. Your mother was a true friend and alway showed great kindness to each member of our family. She was a wonderful woman and will live in our hearts forever.
Maren Tracy Plueddemann of Falmouth, MA wrote:
Cynthia taught me more about color knitting than I would ever have imagined. Her stitches were always perfect, her carries short with no bulk or back color showing. I am honored to have been her pupil.
Allan Page of Falmouth, MA wrote:
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Cynthia was a wonderful woman and a very positive role model to us all. She will be greatly missed. God bless you all.
Ed & Joyce Enos of East Falmouth, MA wrote:
Sincere condolences to Tammy, Dick, and their families. Cynthia was truly one of our favorite people. We will always remember her sweet smile and her gentle way. We were so fortunate to have known her, and she will be greatly missed.
Peg (Morton) Hurrell of Salem, NH wrote:
Dear Tammy and Dick, I just learned of your mother's passing while on the Cape this past weekend. My thoughts are with you and your families. She was a very kind and special lady and always so nice to me. My MBL days are some of my most pleasant Woods Hole memories.