Cynthia Conder Hunter

Cynthia Conder Hunter

December 18, 1952 ~ February 03, 2021

Cynthia Conder Hunter (Cindy) 68, died unexpectedly February 3, 2021, at Halifax Medical Hospital in Port Orange, FL. She is lovingly remembered by her only son Brian Hunter, and his spouse Tiffany Hunter. Her two grandchildren Brayden and Chloe were her entire life. She is also survived by a brother Louie Conder III, (Imogene), sister in law Nancy Conder, and many extended family members. She is preceded in death by her father L.W. Conder, her mother Nancy Webb Conder, and her two brothers Mark P. Conder and Frank L. Conder. Cindy will be remembered as a kind soul, who would do anything for friends or family. She enjoyed working in the yard, going out to eat with her friends, and never missed an episode of her soap opera. A memorial service will be held in Daytona Beach, Florida later this year, as well as burial of her ashes at St. Stephens Lutheran Church in Lexington, SC. In lieu of flowers, the family would like to request that donations be made to American Cancer Society.


The Cameron Family

February 16, 2021, 10:49 pm

We will miss you Little C. You were such a wonderful friend to my Mom. Also a great friend to our whole family. We will never forget how you were there for our Mother when she was so sick a few years back. You never left her bedside. You will never know how much we appreciated that and it touch our heart so deeply. You were a True Friend to our Mom. True friends are hard to find these days. We Love you always Cindy. May you RIP. ❤️❤️

Vivian Dalrymple

February 17, 2021, 12:46 am

Cindy certainly loved her son, daughter in law and grandchildren. She had missed her yearly trip to see them every early Summer and Christmas. I am so grateful that she had spent a few weeks with them in January before her illness. This past year, every phone call she told me she was determined to go and see the kids. They were blessed to spend time with her. She did love her “soaps” and I knew she was watching them because the phone was off the hook. Cindy raised her son, Brian, she provided a home for her Mama Nancy until she passed. She grieved over the loss of her father and the long illnesses and passing of her beloved brothers, Mark and Frank. I remember when Mark and Frank would visit their Mama in the 70’s. It was such a fun time! She was a loyal employee of Publix for 36 years. She supported herself and her family through her years. In retirement she looked forward to her trips to South Carolina, phone calls of friends and family and eating out with her dear friend, Debbie and her cousin, Linda. Time will never wash away the love that we have for you, Cindy. Your sweet memory will remain forever in our hearts. I will miss you every day. Vivian

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