Cynthia R. Blaya
1938 - 2018
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Cynthia Robbins Blaya, age 80, passed away December 25th surrounded by her family. Cynthia, who also went by “Cynie,” lived in both Henderson and Las Vegas, and worked for nearly 30 years as a social worker for the State of Nevada Division of Child and Family Services, based in Las Vegas. She had also been an employee of the New England Medical Center, worked for the US Embassy based in Santiago, Chile, was a member of Beta Sigma Phi, and attended Florida International University. Cynthia enjoyed reading, making silly jokes, spending time with family and friends, playing bridge with her card group and walking her dog, Bandit. Cynthia is survived by her extended family and friends. Beloved mother of Robbin Blaya, Chris Blaya and Michelle Romero. Daughter of Dr. Malcolm C. Robbins & Elizabeth K. Robbins nee Stack. Sister to Diane Roberts and Betsy Strasser. Cherished grandmother to Marin, Max and Benjamin. In lieu of flowers, Cynthia requested that donations be made to the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston or First Parish Church in Taunton, MA


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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Dec. 31, 2018.
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December 31, 2018
Blaya family, my sincere sympathy to you. May your treasured memories continue to provide a measure of comfort and peace to the family. Please be strengthened from (Isaiah 61:1,2) our God "binds up the broken-hearted and comforts all who mourn"
December 31, 2018
My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Cynthia. May the cherished memories you have of your dear one help sustain you at this time. May you find comfort in Jesus promise of the hope of everlasting life at John 6:40.
VG
December 31, 2018
My Deepest sympathy goes out to the family and friends of Cynthia. May the comfort of our heavenly father who is our Rock & Stronghold give you peace and in this time of grief. He is our shield and the God of refuge. Psalms 18:2. Sincerely, JR
December 29, 2018
Robbin, Chris, and Michelle,

I am so saddened. I have gotten to know your mom over these last 10 (!) years. She was always "one of the girls" and was so much fun during our many girls' nights at Robbin's. Her love of dogs, sense of humor, and worldly wisdom endeared her to me. She leaves such a lovely legacy in her children and grandchildren.

My thoughts are with you,

Barb Draughon
Barbara Draughon
December 29, 2018
Dear Diane, Betsy, Robbin, and Chris, I am so saddened to hear of Cynnie's passing! Although I haven't seen her in years, I remember the great times we shared at the Franklin Square house in Boston , the rides into Boston on the train from Mansfield, and when we were roommates on Marlboro St in Boston! We always had so many laughs when Cynnie was around! The only time she got mad at me was when I used her toothbrush by mmistake! ! I still remember the fun we had riding around Boston in her "Triumph"!! She certainly Had a great personality and was so much fun to be with! My heart is with you all during your time of great sorrow. Please accept my deepest Sympathy. Love from Priscilla Pring Laidlaw
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