January 5, 1963 ~ February 15, 2020

Born in: San Francisco, California
Resided in: Discovery Bay, California

Cynthia Ann Russo- Errigo, also goes by Cindie, age 57 unexpectedly passed away after hip surgery complications in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.  Born Janurary 5,1963 to Ernest and Gayle Russo in San Francisco, CA. She was born profoundly deaf in a hearing household.

She married Jason Ingraham and had one Child, Jenna Ann Ingraham. Later remarried to Russell Errigo and had her second child, Cylvia Ann Vier. 

She is survived by her Life partner Davis Gaz , her brother Ted Russo, her children Jenna Ingraham (Lucas Gosselin) and Cylvia Vier (Kyle Vier), granddaughters Jamilla Ingraham, Jazmine Gosselin, Gloria Perriera, and Joelle Gosselin, Grandsons Lucas James Gosselin and Kameron  Vier, In addition to two her loving nieces Isabella and Sophia Russo.
 
Cindie was a loving mother and grandmother. Having grown up as the only deaf member of a hearing family taught her that you can live within two communities (deaf and hearing) that see each other as different, yet coexist and love each other.  Our mother had one deaf daughter, one hearing as well as six hearing grandchildren.  She taught us that love doesn’t need spoken words or sign language, it takes action and compassion and commitment.  We honor her through our love of our families, learned from our mother.  
She was also a wonderful friend to many.  She bloomed within the deaf community, entering it without any examples.  She formed her place there as a true friend.  Always caring and there when others needed her, brightening their lives. The profound and fond memories all have of her are another legacy she leaves us as comfort.  She touched the hearts of many and is now home with the Lord.

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Memorial Service: March 6, 2020 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Berge Papas Smith Chapel of the Angels
40842 Fremont Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94538

510-656-1226
https://www.bergepappassmith.com

Room: Garden Chapel

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  1. My sincere condolences for your loss. Please find comfort in the knowledge that God promises to end all suffering. Before long, God will wipe out every tear from our eyes, and “death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things (will) have passed away.”(Rev. 21:3,4). May this promise from God give you comfort now and a real hope for the future. My deepest sympathy.

  2. CandleThoughtful about your mom so special place into next level. How we think of her most important things what she did. We miss her as good friendship. She was full time job and full time as mom for both daughters and grandma to six grand children. She fought hard herself to live long as she can. She has a very good personality and smart. We had good times with her. Closest family members felt loss and miss her very much especially her daughters very much close to her. She has a great sweet smile. Just remember she was sitting next to you or stand next to you or near you that your thoughts of memories closeness that means a lot to you. Yes she was loyal and lovely mother to her daughters and her grand children. Anyone can read this to share and please do so. God bless her heart and giving and kindness to return back to them!
    In my warmth forward to grown women and their children. She will be always on your side and protect you forever. Just be strong and faith for your own family together for your children future to go forward that your mom want to be proud of you. Peace with you and amen 🙏

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