Cynthia A. Warner

September 18, 1951 ~ August 31, 2023 (age 71) 71 Years Old


August 31, 2023.  It is with a heavy heart that we share the passing of my mom, Cynthia E Warner, 71, of East Quogue, NY.

Mom was born September 18, 1951, to Doris and Charles Young, in Riverhead NY.  She graduated from Westhampton Beach Senior High School and shortly after married our dad, Charles Warner. While starting a family, Mom worked at the Suffolk County Riverhead Center for several years before switching gears and accepting a position with the food service company, serving Westhampton Beach Highschool. She remained here for over 20 years before retiring, often sharing stories and connections she had with the students, staff and coworkers.
In her younger years mom enjoyed volleyball with friends and bowling on a local league with Dad for 10+ years, scoring various recognitions over the years.

Reading was a passion, and she could always be found in the middle of a Danielle Steel or Sandra Brown novel. She was an incredible knitter and, over the years, created an assortment of fun animals for family and friends.

Mom loved her sweets and dinner was often an afterthought, especially if Holy Moses cheesecake or Rockyroad fudge was on for dessert. She was an avid collector of Precious Moment  figurines, and managed to far exceed the capacity of two large curio cabinets. She loved Christmas and always made it a huge celebration, with mountains of presents and an incredible family dinner, including her famous sausage stuffing, (and dessert, of course!).

In later years, mom loved to travel with her family and close friends. Tropical cruise vacations were a favorite as well as multiple trips to Florida, where visiting Mickey Mouse with her granddaughters was as much of a priority as shell hunting on the beach.

Mom will always be remembered for her love of family, her fresh strawberry jam and mincemeat cookies, love of Disney and all its magic, craft fairs, hummingbirds, and hibiscus flowers, which were always growing somewhere in our home. We will greatly miss her love, support, guidance, and more importantly, her warm hugs and kisses.

Mom was predeceased by her parents, Doris and Charles Young, her brothers, Paul and David Young, and her beloved son, David Warner.

She leaves behind her beloved husband of 53 years, Charles Warner, her daughter, Barbie Freeman, and son, Robert Warner, her two cherished granddaughters, Emily and Jaidyn Freeman, her brother, Pete Young, and several nieces and nephews.

Mom will be greatly missed and will always be loved and held close to our hearts. We find comfort in knowing that she is at peace, free from pain, and creating mischief somewhere with her son.

Per her wishes, there will be no services. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her memory to the National Wildlife Federation.

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