November 28, 1948 -- October 17, 2016
Lucinda "Cindy" Troyer, 67, of Middlebury, died at 2:00 am, on Monday,
October 17, at her residence after a brief battle with cancer. She was born on
November 28, 1948, in Elkhart County, to Ralph E. and Anna Mae (Miller)
Hooley. On June 29, 1968 in Middlebury, she married Jerry Lee Troyer; he
died May 1, 2005. Surviving is a sister, Tina (Steve) Tipton of Schoolcraft, MI;
three brothers, Randy (Pam) Hooley of Centreville, MI, Brady (Mary) Hooley of
Constantine, MI and Tony Hooley of Three Rivers, MI. She was preceded in
death by her parents, husband and two sons, Corey and Jeremy Troyer.
Cindy was very social and enjoyed playing cards with her friends, dancing,
vacationing and spending time with her family and high school classmates.
She enjoyed shopping, was always sharply dressed and had worked as a
sales associate at CJ Banks at Concord mall. Visitation will be from 4:00 -
8:00 pm on Thursday October 20, at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South
Main Street Middlebury. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on Friday
October 21, also at the funeral home. Services will be conducted by Pastor
Stephen Middleton. Burial will be in Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury.
Memorials may be given to Goshen Health Hospice.
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I first met Cindy 45 years ago through my former husband, Merv. Cindy, Jerry
and a few other couples were involved in stock car races and we had so
much fun. My friendship continued with her through the years, we laughed
our way through many dances. In the last month I visited Cindy at Courtyard
and then again just last Saturday at her home. I was fortunate to have her as
a friend. She will be missed. I can imagine her glorious arrival in Heaven
being once again with Jerry and her sons.
From: Susan Hochstetler
Tina and Steve, our thoughts and prayers are with you in these hard days.
From: John and Jan Mallo
What a sweet soul...she will be missed here but I am sure she is reunited with
her family. Remembering her smile....
From: Darci Forrest
We are sending our love and prayers to each of you. I was delighted to
realize Cindy and Jerry were Ernie's neighbors when we were married.
Cindy was a little girl I played with at the Hooley reunions so many years
ago. We will miss her great smile her friendship and kind caring spirit. She
expressed her gratitude for all the care and comfort she received the last
many days from family and friends. For that we are so grateful. Thank you
From: Ernie and Sally Miller
My "sister" Cindy, Where do I begin? I have loved you for many years and
we have had some bad times but mostly good times..I feel blessed to have
been with you through the last three months! I promised you from day one
that I would be with you to the end and by the Grace of God I was!! We had
special times of sharing, crying and my favorite were the mornings I came
into your room, got in bed with you and we snuggled!!! I can't tell you how
special you are to me and how sad I was that you were going home! I know
you would never come back here after being reunited to the best husband
ever and two precious sons that are now telling you all the things they
couldn't in their earthly bodies! I know you are so happy now! As you told
everyone, once a sister-in-law and now a sister, will always mean so much to
me!! I will love you always!!! That butterfly necklace has taken on a new
meaning!! I can't wait to see you again and I will!!!
From: Vicki Hooley, Portage, MI
Randy and Brady, just saw the news of Cindys death. So very sorry. Would
have been at the funeral if I would have known. I visited her when she was at
the Courtyard facility and we had a good time, laughing and recalling fun
times in Moorepark. Those were very good days. Hope you and your families
From: Dale Leinbach
Lucinda "Cindy" Troyer