Cynda Lou Belmain

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July 28, 1947 – March 14, 2023

Cynda was the youngest child of Henry Arthur, and Alice Katherina (Hansen) Belmain. She was born July 28, 1947 in Rawlins, Wyoming, and passed away March 14, 2023 In Orem, Utah, at seventy five years of age.

She is survived by her Brother Jack (Connie), of Alexandria Minnesota, Brother (Pete) Eugene Ray,(Gloria), of Brush Colorado, Sister Dawna Rose Rice (Marlin), of Spanish Fork, Utah, Sisters -in-law Jennie (Robert) and Carolyn Belmain (Charles), many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were Robert (Bob), Darlene Marie, and Charles.

Cynda served faithfully in many callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, including working in the Denver, Colorado Temple for many years, several along side of her mother. Although Cynda, nor her mother drove a car yet they were able to get to almost any destination because they had so many friends.

Cynda and her mother lived together for many years, they had three beloved dogs that gave them both love and companionship that enriched their lives, Missy, Missy Dawn, and Oliver. Cynda always talked about Oliver. Cynda loved her flower garden and spent many hours growing her flowers and pulling weeds.

While living in Bel Aire, she had two dear friends and companions, Beverly and Sheri. At Bel Aire, Cynda enjoyed helping in the garden with the plants and flowers. Dawna and Marlin were surprised one day to see several large pumpkins outside her window at Bel Aire.

When Bel Aire received the news of Cynda’s passing they mentioned that after Cynda moved to Orchard Park, Bel Aire missed Cynda having everyone signing birthday cards, attending church, going to entertainment, being greeted when they arrived and made welcome. Cynda loved music and would sing along with the entertainers that performed at Bel Aire.

She had a wonderful memory and remembered how to get to different places even if she only had been there once. When she was younger she rode bicycle everywhere. She was also a great hiker, she had a long stride and could walk great distances. Cynda will be missed by family and friends everywhere.

Memorial Service will be held on Friday, March 24, 2023 at 10:00 am at the Cedar Fort LDS Chapel.

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