Cynthia Faye (Day) Orshovsky 78
of Evansville, IN passed away peacefully March 23rd, 2022 surrounded by her family and friends at her daughters home. Cynthia was born in Henderson, KY on August 26th, 1943 to Aubrey and Bonnie (Hicks) Day. She was a North High Graduate of 1961. Cynthia retired from Holiday Health Care as director of housekeeping and was a lifetime member of Grace Baptist Church. She loved spending time with her family and friends and will be greatly missed.
Cynthia is survived by her daughters Stephanie Morgan (Mike) of Glen St. Mary, FL, Gina Claymier (Scott) of Evansville, IN, her grandchildren; Jennifer, Lindsay, Lacey, Lauren, Jordan, Joshua, Jacob and great grandchildren; Vayda, Rawlings, Demi, Elijah, Lydia, Wren, Madilyn, Jennah, Jadah, and Joanne and many adored nieces, nephews and friends. She was proceeded in death by Aubrey Day, Bonnie (Hicks) Schmitz and stepfather Walter Schmitz, her son Matthew Orshovsky, great granddaughter Ellington Watson, sisters Anna Brooks, Sarah Maynard, Barbara Howell and brother William Day.
Cynthia will be laid to rest with private services on April 7th at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Foster Grandparent Program 401 SE 6th Street Suite 001 Evansville, IN 47713 Att: Stacee Hooper
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Heart to Heart Hospice and Together HomeCare for all their care and compassion given to Cynthia.
Kim McReynolds says
She was like my big sister besides my aunt. She was a lot of fun to talk to and I will miss her alot. I love you Aunt Sissy.
Susan Lieberknecht says
Stephanie, Gina and family, Aunt Sis will be truly missed. I am so thankful for the summers I got spend with her and you guys when we were kids, and I will always think of her when I hear the song “ Just Call Me Angel” I can hear her singing it now. She was my saving grace in the summertime when I was a kid! Love you Aunt Sis!
Barbara Lee says
Gina and all of your precious family, I just found out about the loss of your Mom. I’m so very sorry.
I love you and miss you.
Faye kimsey says
Gina so sorry for you and your ffamilly’s lost. She was such a lovely Lady and so proud of her kids! eaters for you!
Mary Sterne says
Cynthia was a wonderful friend to me, and I am so incredibly sad. In all of her suffering and pain, Cynthia had a wonderful ability to make any person she was talking with feel better.
She is now with her Savior, Jesus Christ, and completely pain free.
She will never be forgotten.
Mary Compton says
I’m so sorry for the loss of your Mother. We had so much fun together through the years. Our children played together just like we did as kids. Even though you were my cousin, we were friends. I’ll miss you much, but you are with our Lord and Savior with NO pain and with family. Love to all❤️❤️❤️❤️
Mary Compton says
I’m so sorry for the loss of your Mother. She will be missed by many. Our children played together as children just as we did. Even though we were cousins, we were friends. We had great times together. Now you are with our Lord and Savior without any pain at all. Love to all❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Doug Maynard says
We were fortunate to have such wonderful aunts and uncles. Memories will last forever. Prayers for all.
Bonnie J Brooks says
Aunt Sissy was always wonderful – full of fun. She’ll be greatly missed. We loved her dearly and send love and hugs to her daughters, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
Cynthia was my first client that I took care of. She was the sweetest person loved talking to her each day and enjoyed the time I was there. Prayers for the family.