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Cynthia Guyer

Cynthia Guyer

In the quiet of the night, with both of her children by her side, and in the comfort of her home, Cynthia went to heaven to join the God she loved. It had only been 51 days since the passing of her beloved husband, Vern. Their 37 year marriage brought great joy, and was likely the most meaningful chapter of her life. During retirement years they drove their motor home throughout the West, often accompanied by grandson Blake. Together they made an oasis of their property and home in the desert, enjoying all of its natural offerings. They shared their home with many pets, and for a time raised sheep and lambs.
Home was her sanctuary where she loved gardening and decorating for the holidays.
In recent years as their health declined, they remained totally committed to one another, trusting in God for strength and guidance. Faith was a major part of the life they shared.
Cynthia, being a quiet and private woman, did not share with many her two-year battle with cancer. True to her nature she didn't want to worry or inconvenience others, rather she put her trust in God. She was always a tower of strength to all who knew her, thoughtful and generous to everyone.
Cynthia's early life began in Inkom, Idaho, amid the spectacular beauty of Bonneville Mountain where her parents farmed. After graduating Pocatello High School, she attended nursing school in Los Angeles, California. Once a RN she returned to Pocatello where she worked as a nurse until she met and married the father of her two children. She was a devoted, loving, fun mother with a wonderful sense of humor. She let her children be themselves.
Upon moving to Boise, she worked at St. Luke's Regional Medical Center spanning a varied nursing career of 39 years. The last 20 years she worked at Mountain States Tumor Institute administering chemotherapy to cancer patients. Perhaps just as important she showed great compassion and respect to those she served. Patients loved her kind, humble spirit, admiring her skill and knowledge as she helped guide them through a challenging time.
Cynthia was an avid reader staying current on local and world events. She enjoyed playing tennis, and participated in Jazzercise until her health prevented it. She cherished her many loyal devoted friendships, truly being a friend's friend.
She is survived by her children, daughter Chris Campbell, son Barton Stabe Hedges,
(spouse, Debra), sister Shirley Ambrose (spouse, Tom), Vern's children Margie Larson
(spouse, Ted), Gary Guyer, Ken Guyer (spouse, Connie), grandson Blake Hedges (spouse, Elise Deason), two great-grandchildren Gabe and Leila, as well as Vern's grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The family is most thankful to her doctors, all the MSTI staff who cared for her, and

Treasure Valley Hospice. Respectful of her wish, there will not be a memorial service.
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