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Cynthia “Cindy” Lepczyk Schmidt

  • On April 22, 2020

Cynthia “Cindy” Lepczyk Schmidt, age 67 of Bethel Park, PA formerly of Pittsburgh, PA passed away on April 16, 2020. Born on April 16, 1953, she was the daughter of the late Edward W. and Josephine D. Lepczyk. Loving mother of Kurt Schmidt. Dear sister of Debra (Lepczyk) (John) Puskarich. Cindy was preceded in death by her brother, Edward A. (Mary Lou) Lepczyk.

Cindy was a loving dog mom to Coby and Belle. She was participated in Hair Peace Charities events such as the Tanger Outlets 5K Walk/Run, Cindystock and the South Hills Group Meetings. She was a member of the Women’s Guild of St. Louise de Marillac, past team Manager and Hockey Mom for Bethel Park High School. Cindy also loved Disney’s Tinkerbell. She will be dearly missed.

A memorial service will be held a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Road, McMurray, PA 15317, (724) 260-5546.

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Robert Schmidt
  • Apr 22 2020
Cindy is with God and the Angel's now. May she rest in everlasting peace🙏
Matt Lepczyk
  • Apr 22 2020
I’m sorry for your loss.
  • Apr 22 2020
We were so very sorry to hear of Cindy's passing. Our deepest sympathy to your entire family. Uncle Andy Lepczyk Lorraine and Chuck Wagner
Mary Lou Zolko
  • Apr 22 2020
Cindy was more than a sister-in-law to me, but rather a true sister. I will really miss her and our long talks on the phone, and at family holidays. This was such a terrible loss to the family. Rest in peace.
Christina Lepczyk
  • Apr 22 2020
In the short time I’ve know Cindy, she has been an amazing loving Aunt to me and my daughter. She was kind, welcoming, caring and compassionate. A true angel. You’ll be in our hearts forever Aunt Cindy. ❤️
Mean and John schmidt
  • Apr 22 2020
She will be with you always Kurt. She was a neighbor for 10 yrs and a very nice person. She loved her son very much. May you rest in peace.
Megan and John schmidt
  • Apr 22 2020
She will be with you always Kurt. She was a neighbor for 10 yrs and a very nice person. She loved her son very much. May you rest in peace. She will live forever in your heart. ❤
Scott Tuthill
  • Apr 23 2020
Rest in peace Cindy in fly high with the angels. I enjoyed working with you for 11 years at Allegheny Ludlum. May God bless you and your family during this sorrowful time
Bonny I Diver
  • Apr 23 2020
This will sting for a long time. So full of life and love for everyone. Hugs Kurt and Deb.
Carol McClellan
  • Apr 23 2020
Kurt - I had the pleasure of working with your mother at ATI - Washington. You were her pride and joy. We shared many talks of our "only child". Hold tightly to her wonderful memories. You are in our prayers. Peace be with you and your family.
Kathy Bonessi
  • Apr 23 2020
So deeply saddened to learn of Cindy's passing... My heartfelt condolences to son, Kurt, and sister, Debra, and her many friends. Cindy was an active member of the St. Louise/St. Joan of Arc ChristLife team and acted as a group facilitator. She often spoke of her dear son, Kurt, and lead many in her group to come to a closer relationship with our Lord. She will be missed by all her knew her. Please know Cindy and her family will be lifted in prayer in the days and months ahead. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord and may perpetual light shine upon her.
Robert Piskorik
  • Apr 23 2020
May Cindy rest in peace and to her family please accept my sincerest condolences. Cindy has been a long time friend going back to our days at Pitt in the late 70's to working together at ATI.
Angie Kauffman
  • Apr 23 2020
Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. I met Cindy working at ATI in 2004 and I really enjoyed working with her and actually was planning to see her in the near future with another work friend and can’t believe she is gone. My prayers go out to Kurt and her whole family. Angie Kauffman
Nancie Carlstrom
  • Apr 23 2020
Dear Kurt and Debra, I am deeply saddened, and I want both of you to know that many prayers and condolences are with you at this time. Cindy’s passing came so suddenly, and it is very hard for us to accept since she had been doing so well. I have known Cindy through Saint Louise/ St. Joan of Arc and the DeMarillac Guild. She was one amazing lady - she was so kind, very helpful, and she always greeted everyone with a big smile on her face. Her enthusiasm was ever present and she had so many friends. Kurt, you were her greatest joy, and such a treasured Son to always be there for her. She was one very proud Mom, and she beamed whenever she talked about you. Her loving spirit will be with you forever. Debra, you are such a loving Sister, and we know this is a great loss for you as well. You helped Cindy so much, and we all know you will also be very supportive to Kurt in the years to come. Please let us know your current needs and how we may be of help to you. Rest In Peace, Dear Friend - you will be greatly missed by all .