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In loving memory of
Cindy Green
  • April 20, 1956
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  • May 17, 2019

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Cindy Green, 63, passed away on May 17th at a local hospital. A native of Valdosta, GA, she came to this area 40 years ago. She was a graduate of Valdosta High School and Valdosta State College. Cindy was a retired school teacher. When not working, she enjoyed reading, the beach and politics in her free time. Cindy was an avid Georgia Bulldogs fan.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory, her husband of 28 years whom she has known for 33 years, Rick Van De Mark, her brother Blenus Green of Abilene, TX, step father Jack Williams of Valdosta, brother and sister in law, Steve and Pam Van De Mark, mother in law Sylvia Van De Mark and nieces, Zoe and Cassie.

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  1. 05 Jul 2019
    Michelle Pruitt says:
    It’s so heart breaking to hear the loss of such an amazing kindhearted woman. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Cindy from coming into Publix. Cindy would always make it a point to stop and say hello to me and ask me about my kids and how I’ve been. Over the years of knowing Cindy she became a friend that I always looked forward to speaking with. I would always tease her about her Reese cups and tell her to make sure she didn’t eat them all at once. Cindy was a trip...she always made me laugh or smile when we spoke. Rick...my heart goes out to you for the loss of your beloved wife and best friend. You two were ment for each other. I would always tell her to tell you hello. She would call you her Ricky. Whenever she spoke of you, she had a sparkle in her eye. Just know that Cindy is resting easy and flying high. She will always be a part of you forever. My prayers are with you Rick. God bless you.

  2. 05 Jul 2019
    Michelle Pruitt lit a candle:
    Lit since July 5, 2019 at 7:34:25 PM

  3. 05 Jul 2019
    Leann Griffis says:
    I have put off writing here because coming here and seeing all this just makes it too real. I have known Cindy since 9th grade and we always had so much fun together. So glad I visited her and got to meet the love of her life, Ricky. She loved taking care of him and I have never seen two happier people. I will miss you Cindy.

  4. 15 Jun 2019
    Rick says:
    Today would have been our 28th wedding anniversary. We had been looking forward to this day with a sense of pride and happiness. I miss you Cindy.

  5. 15 Jun 2019
    Michael and Jan Winzens says:
    Rick, we are so very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  6. 15 Jun 2019
    Pam Kitchens says:
    I read a quote: There is no death. People only die when we forget them. If you can remember me, I will be with you always. Cindy will be remembered as a wonderful teacher , a fabulous cook , and a sweet southern lady. She loved her Ricky and always said so when we talked. Cindy's memory will live on in our hearts. We will be praying unceasingly for you Rick. May God Bless You and Comfort You. Love , your Brother and Sister in law Steve and Pam Van De Mark.

  7. 13 Jun 2019
    Sophie and Caeser lit a candle:
    Lit since June 13, 2019 at 6:09:32 PM

  8. 12 Jun 2019
    Cal Fisher says:
    May the Christ bless you and your family with his peace that surpasses all understanding. Much love, Cal

  9. 11 Jun 2019
    Courtney lit a candle:
    Lit since June 11, 2019 at 6:35:11 PM

  10. 11 Jun 2019
    Ronnie Mathers says:
    I knew Cindy for about 12 years. I spoke to her several times a week when she'd call to Talk to her Ricky Bob. She'd always take a moment to ask how I was.
    I'll forever remember her asking me to show her how to use Facebook. What I thought would take 10 minutes went on for over an hour and one notebook full of notes. She never did quite take to it.
    I'll miss her calling me Darlin' or Blessin' my Heart.
    She was an amazing woman!
    She had a way with keeping Rick's britches pressed. You could slice bread with them.
    Heaven is a much better place with her there.

  11. 11 Jun 2019
    Angie Proctor and family says:
    Rick, I am so sorry about Cindy. I know she was a special person and you guys had a very special relationship. I pray God will comfort you in the days, weeks, and months to come. Love and prayers, Angie, Steve, Ashlea, & Chase

  12. 11 Jun 2019
    Nick and Kathy lit a candle:
    Lit since June 11, 2019 at 6:05:18 PM

  13. 11 Jun 2019
    Chrissy d says:
    My heart hurts so much for you Rick. Cindy was definitely a wonderful lady. I'm incredibly sorry for your immeasurable loss. All my love

  14. 11 Jun 2019
    Shelia Konietzky says:
    Such a beautiful picture of her...she was so sweet. My heart breaks for you Rick.

  15. 11 Jun 2019
    Laura & Jeff Hale says:
    It was with deep sadness that we learned the news of Cindy's passing. She had a generous and loving spirit and will be missed by all who knew her. Cindy adored her Ricky, and our hearts goes out to him during this time of grief and loss. We will keep the family in our thoughts and prayers for healing and peace.

  16. 11 Jun 2019
    Julie Beck Savage posted an image:
    45th High school reunion
    45th High school reunion

  17. 10 Jun 2019
    Donna (Albans) Hogan says:
    I am sorry to here she has passed.

  18. 10 Jun 2019
    Robin Denzer says:
    I have known Cindy since the second grade. She was always so full of life and fun to be around.
    It is hard to believe that she has passed away so suddenly.
    My sincerest condolences to you and your family.
    Robin

  19. 10 Jun 2019
    Robin G Denzer lit a candle:
    Lit since June 10, 2019 at 6:01:30 PM

  20. 10 Jun 2019
    Julie Savage posted an image:
    Me and Green Bean dressed for our highschool reunion. I will miss out Saturday afternoon calls. Green Bean you are missed.
    Me and Green Bean dressed for our highschool reunion. I will miss out Saturday afternoon calls. Green Bean you are missed.

  21. 10 Jun 2019
    Sylvia Van De Mark says:
    Cindy was my daughter in law, and I always felt that she was my daughter.
    We had a close relationship over the years, but we were closer after the death of her mother 12 yrs. ago. This has been a very trying time for all
    of us, but knowing she is no longer in pain and suffering that plagued her
    for years, eases the pain of losing her. I am thankful for the close
    relationship she had with my son and my family, and I know she felt the
    love. Rest in peace, with much love and caring,
    Sylvia (Mom)

  22. 10 Jun 2019
    bbadmin15 says:
    I met Cindy almost 33 years ago on a blind date arranged by mutual friends. She informed me that if we were continue to date I needed to know that Saturday’s were for college football and she never missed a Georgia Bulldog game. I told her that would never be a problem and I soon became an avid Dawg fan.
    On May 17th I not only lost my wife, I also lost my best friend. My world will now have a void that I will never be able to fill.
    I would like everyone to know how much I owe her. She was my biggest fan and always helped me navigate love and life. She always was the balance that made my life happy and content.
    Her love of cooking was only surpassed by her intellect and sense of humor were her best attributes. She loved to laugh and I loved to make her laugh. She told me that’s the thing she loved the most about me. I always kept her laughing.
    She was always the best dressed girl in the room. Took so much pride in her appearance and helped coach me into what was appropriate for me to wear as well.
    I love you Cindy and will miss you every day of my life. I am your biggest fan.
    Love, Rick