Cynthia “Cindy ” Ann Flowers

June 25, 1960 - February 11, 2024
Krause Funeral Home Brookfield
21600 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, WI 53072
Friday 2/16, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Krause Funeral Home Brookfield
21600 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, WI 53072
Friday 2/16, 1:00 pm
Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery - Milwaukee
7301 W Nash Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
(414) 438-4420 | Map

Cynthia Ann Flowers “Cindy” (nee Seith) Passed away February 11, 2024 at age 63. She is survived by her children, grandchildren, great-grandchild, additional family members and friends. Visitation at Krause Funeral Home, 21600 West Capitol Drive, Brookfield on Friday, February 16, 2024 at 12:00 PM. Funeral Service at 1:00 PM. Burial to follow at HolyContinue Reading

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Norma Devore REE: Flowers left a message on April 15, 2024:
Look at how life has turned out. There is something that can not be said about living in a world where all of your parents are dead. I remember the good times, I also remember the bad. I suppose that is why it took me so long to leave this message. Knowing that I can never call you again to ask what dad's favorite song is, or how to make your homemade Mac'n'cheese is truly a feeling of emptiness. I have decided to hold onto to the good memories and forgive all the bad. I want to live a pure and healthy life and I want your grandchildren to also remember the good times. All the years of Christmas!! Presents filling the whole front room! Santa coming to the door, the weeks and weeks of preparation it took for you to make our holidays so special. I plan on carrying on that tradition. I now have your perfect dinning room table in my dinning room and I pledge it all the time, and don't worry I never leave streaks. This thanksgiving for the first time in our home we will be eating at the table you feed us at on every holiday. I will never forget every year going to state fair on the very last day, you and dad would spoil the whole family ... we would have a blast, and always go home with too many cream Puffs !! You and I running around while I threatened to run people over "move get out the way" lolol. I have thought so much about our years together, you are the one who taught me how to cook. You are the one who wiped my tears during the horrible divorces you and dad protected the kids and i. No matter what I could always call that house phone. To this day it is still the only number I have memorized. The last years were really tough, and sad. But I have no regrets as I always did my best to stay your daughter. I can not control the surroundings and the changes to everything in our lives after we lost dad. But... yes you are my mom, I will always remember you as my mom, and chose to remember all the good times and all you taught me about life. My love for you will never fade, I hope that you are resting in peace. I hope that you are with dad and he is holding your hand saying "I love my beautiful wife". I hope that when it is my time, you , dad, my mom, cousin Billy, cousin Jeremy will all be waiting to greet me as we smile and are glowing with love, peace and joy. So much loss, grieving is for us here still left on earth. Today I would like to stop grieving and picture all of you living in harmony and watching over us all. Today I let go of my anger, and resentment for things I could not control. Today I forgive all of you for the mistakes you made, because I have learned from them and now will never make them with your grandchildren. With all my love, Norma Jean Flowers
Alan "joey" Flowers left a message on February 17, 2024:
Her path was a rough one, but she always held her head high and was very proud! She'll always be remembered, God bless.
Barry Galbraith left a message on February 16, 2024:
My deepest condolences to her family and friends. Although I've only gotten to know her and her family the past several years, Cindy was very welcoming to all who had the opportunity to spend time visiting with her always interested to engage in conversation about what was happening in one's life and the most courteous, kind and pleasant host at any gathering. She will be greatly missed by everyone who had an opportunity to get to know her.
Tom and Mandie Maguire left a message on February 16, 2024:
In loving memory of Cindy Flowers,
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Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
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