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Cynthia Kay Anderson

May 16, 1960 — September 12, 2023


Cynthia Kay Anderson, affectionately known as Cyndy, gracefully went to be with the Lord on September 12th, 2023, in Madison, Wisconsin. Born on May 16th, 1960, Cyndy was adopted by the loving David and LaVonne Beale. She left behind a legacy of warmth, love, and devotion that will forever reside in our hearts. 

Cyndy's educational journey led her to graduate from West High School in Madison in 1978. She embarked on a fulfilling career in the insurance industry, where she wore various professional hats. At the time of her passing, she was a dedicated employee of Dean Care. 

Cyndy was a passionate sports enthusiast, actively participating in softball, volleyball, and bowling throughout her life. Her fervor for sports extended to her three beloved sons, for whom she served as the ultimate cheerleader. She cheered them on through every game and milestone, leaving an indelible mark on their lives. 

In addition to her love for sports, Cyndy found solace and joy in two other cherished pastimes - fishing and gardening. She would spend hours by the water, casting her line and connecting with nature. Her green thumb was evident in the vibrant garden she lovingly tended, a testament to her nurturing spirit. 

With a heart as expansive as her love for sports, Cyndy forged deep friendships with many. Her unwavering support and willingness to lend a helping hand endeared her to all who had the privilege of knowing her. 

Cyndy was preceded in death by her parents, David and LaVonne Beale; her grandparents, Robert and Vivian Schultz; her birth parents, Warner and JoAnn Schwanke; her aunt and uncle, Stan and Joyce Lesar; Uncle, Alvin Erstad; Aunt, Sharon Bailey; and cousins, Steve Erstad and Lynn Bailey. She is survived by her former husband, Stan Anderson, and his current wife, Judith. 

She leaves behind a cherished legacy, survived by her three sons: Lucas Anderson and his daughter, Ramzy Anderson, age 9, Matthew Anderson, Nicholas and Katherine Anderson. Her brother, Jeffrey Beale, and his daughter, Devan Trevino, along with husband James Ellingson, brothers Warner Schwanke and Patrick Schwanke, and her godson, Austin Elliott, and his wife Morgan Elliott, who Cyndy considered a fourth son. Cyndy is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and countless friends who will forever hold her in their hearts. 

A celebration of Cyndy's life will take place on September 30th, 2023, at the VFW in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, located at 2787 Erbe Rd, Blue Mounds, WI. We invite all those who knew and loved her to join us in commemorating her life. 

Visitation begins at 10:00 a.m. 

Service at 12:00 p.m. 

Lunch at 12:30 p.m. 

Wrap up at 3:00 p.m. 

In honoring Cyndy's memory, let us gather to celebrate a life lived with love, laughter, boundless compassion, and a deep appreciation for the simple joys of fishing and gardening. She will be deeply missed, but her spirit will forever live on in our hearts. 


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Saturday, September 30, 2023

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Saturday, September 30, 2023

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