Cynthia L. Carson

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Cynthia Lynn (Golemba) Carson, age 68, of Lewiston, MI, passed away on Sunday, July 2, 2023, at home surrounded by family.

Cynthia was born on October 25, 1954, in Detroit, MI, to Conrad and Corinne Golemba.

After graduating from Cousino High School in Warren, MI, she married the love of her life, Edward A. Carson, Jr. on April 6, 1973.

They recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

Cynthia enjoyed baking, camping, and vegetable gardening, as well as Harley adventures, watching sunsets, and spending winters with her husband in Silver Springs, FL. She had a love for flamingos, sunflowers, palm trees, and the beach.

She was a fierce warrior throughout her 13-month battle with small-cell lung carcinoma.

Cynthia was the most loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister. Her biggest passion was caring for her family, this is what made her world go round.

She is survived by her loving husband, Ed; her son, Anthony E. Carson; daughter, Cortney (Robby) Sears; ten grandchildren; five (plus one on the way due in August) great-grandchildren; and her loyal dogs, Chi Chi, Toula, Rico, and Bailey.

She was preceded in death by her parents; and her first-born daughter, Heather Marie Carson.

Her wishes were to be cremated.

A private celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Service, PO Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.

9 comments on “Cynthia L. Carson”

  1. My heart goes out to the whole Golemba and Carson clan losing our family members in anyway it’s very hard on our hearts, It breaks us down a bit but with a loving family and friends we get through it. Cindy was a wonderful person. I will miss running into her in town. She would always give me great cooking tips. I will miss her greatly.
    With all my love and prayers

  2. I haven’t seen her for years but about a year ago we became Facebook friends. I knew about the sad death of her daughter and mother. I never knew she was so very ill. I will never forget the great times together when we were growing up on Fairfield! Walking to Kmarts, camping in the backyard, swimming in the pool! So much more fun times too! She was very kind and loving. I miss her so much. May god grant the families peace and love at this very difficult time.

  3. Hello, I Used to go with Ed to Cindi’s parents home. We would hang out there. When they were dating. Cindi is a beautiful person. Loving and caring. I remember her with her big beautiful smile. She will always be remembered for the loving person she is. We will always remember Cindi for the quality’s she had and passed on to her family. I LOVE YOU CINDI AND ED AND FAMILY.

  4. Frank and Shirley Scepanski

    We are saddened for your family loss of sweet Cindi. We offer prayers that God’s love and comfort will keep you all strong now and bring healing to your hearts during this grieving process. We are grateful to call you friends for many years and cherish many fond memories as our children grew up together in Caseville. We will miss Cindi too . Ed, you are blessed with a strong bond of family love that will carry you through it all. We love you.

  5. So sorry to all family, Cynthia’s classic laugh will always resonate through my mind in a wonderful way! Always thought of the Family as I drove around Warren past Fairfield, & visual of her High School. All Cousins were very close in our younger years , those gatherings at the Holidays are cherished memories, like a Courier & Ives set of Holiday Themed Plates. A good person is dearly missed! Peace to all hearts, thinking of you! Hugs to all! Drake & Frances Herz & Family ✝️

  6. Paula Blazer nee’ Wisz

    My sympathy to her loved ones. We had a few classes together at Cousino and I remember her sweetness. ‘72

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