Here's missing you, kid...
June 7, 2020
Last night I received a call from Michele See letting me know that this past weekend we lost another one of Paramus High School's standouts, Cynthia King. Cynthia was part of that free thinking, beat generation, smart, and talented crowd that wasn't deep into sports, but had a much deeper insight to life.
It's almost impossible to think about Cynthia without thinking about Jane, Loretta, John Osborn, Mimi Bauer, Judith Jaffa, Steve Parker, Harry Lazare, Art Vorob, Leslie Bornstein, and all the others who in my opinion were way ahead of their time (sorry for those of you I missed, but that's all that comes to mind at this tragic moment).
Cynthia fought a long battle with cancer, something she was very private about, and only shared her illness with a few of her closest friends who respected her wishes and remained silent.
This is the one part of managing our website that I don't like. People like Cynthia make the world a better place. Losing someone like Cynthia must be devastating to those closest to her. I'm sorry for your loss.
Rest in Peace Cynthia. We all loved your smile, laugh, and wit. You will be missed.
RIP my friend from Stony Lane School.
Thank you for all those memories...........God bless you and may he keep you in his arms forever.
Jeanne Shulman (Fleming)
You were loved and cherished. We Stoney Laner's were so lucky. What a great group we had and having you for a bff was the best. You and Loretta and I (Jane too sometimes)taking the bus to Bergen Or Garden State Mall, sitting in the back and singing Tonite Tonite, In The Still of the Night and more. Lucky times to grow up in. I will keep you in my heart as I always have, but will forever miss knowing you aren't in our world. RIP.