Cyndee Sue Sell, 65, Oak Grove, Wisconsin took her last breath and her spirit soared into the sky on Tuesday, April 5, 2022.
Cyndee was born December 20, 1956 in California to Donna and James. In Cyndee’s early adulthood she relocated to Wisconsin; she resided at various locations which include, Tripoli, Juneau, and Oak Grove. She married Janós Pintér in May of 1985 which was followed by 16 years of marriage. Later on in life she was remarried, to John Sell, in March of 2003. John and Cyndee have shared 19 years together; hobbies they enjoyed together were traveling, fishing, bird watching and going to the casino.
Cyndee was an angel in human form; it didn’t matter who you were or what your past was, she openly accepted you as one of her own, and that is why everyone referred to her as “Mom” or “Mama”. Mom had a beautiful smile that would brighten your day, an embrace that would melt your worries away, eyes that saw the good in every soul she came across, and hands that told a story of a nurturing Momma and hard worker. Mom didn’t often if at all put herself first, unfortunately, and because of that she will be remembered and admired for her selflessness, her strength, the ability to love unconditionally, and her bravery to keep “pluggin’ along”.
Cyndee was a stay-at-home Mom for many years before working for Piggly Wiggly in Juneau as a Cake Decorator, Donut Fryer, and Deli Manager. Cyndee enjoyed spending time with her family, gardening (flowers specifically) making cakes for special occasions, canning a variety of foods, baking, listening to music, sewing, her coffee and cards.
Cyndee is survived by her Husband, John Sell; children, Jimee (Patrina) Stewart of Waukesha, Julee Desmarais (Jay) of Mayville, Jenee (Clinton) Pintér-Miller of Juneau, Jesee Pintér of Juneau, Michele Kear of Indianapolis; many Grandchildren, Abbigayle, Kassandra, Olivia, Joshua, Peggy, Jozee, Joseph, Jayton, Makenna, Nikolas, fur- grandbaby Zóli, Matthew, Mackenzie, Heather; three great grandchildren, Mason, Charlie, and Sebestyén; brothers, Gary and Mike of Colorado; sister, Pam of Wisconsin; and her extended family, John and Amy Garbisch of Auburndale and Michelle Richardson and family of Colorado. Cyndee is preceded in death by her parents, Donna and James; her sister, Loretta; brother, Mitch; her ex-Husband, Janós Pinter; and her grandson, Daniel Miller.
Cyndee is going to be missed dearly by her family and friends; she has left an imprint on all of us and the love we have for her in our hearts will remain until the afterlife.
“My Mom is a never-ending song in my heart, in comfort, happiness, and being. I may sometimes forget the words but I always remember the tune.” Rest easy Mama…….
A celebration is yet to be determined please contact family on dates.