Cindy L. Firestone

Cindy L. Firestone

ETTERS – Cindy L. (Pepo) Firestone, 36, of Etters, lost a courageous battle to cancer at 7:48 PM, Saturday, May 18, 2019 and went home to be with her mother in heaven. She was the wife of Bryan Firestone whom she married 9 years ago on September 12, 2009.

Cindy was born October 5, 1982, in York and was the daughter of Clair F. Pepo, Jr., of York and the late Darla A. (Boering) Pepo.

In 2002, she graduated from Northeastern Senior High School in Manchester. She graduated from York College in 2006 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Behavior Science and in 2009 a Masters Degree in Social Work from Temple University. Cindy was employed by T. W. Ponessa & Associates Counseling Services, Inc in York and Aspirations in Harrisburg. Cindy was passionate about her job, her kiddos and families that she worked with. Cindy loved life to the fullest and played as hard as she worked. She loved people and loved to travel. She loved hanging out with family, friends, gardening, doing wine tours, going to the beach, and snuggling with her baby Rozza and Bryan on the couch.

In addition to her husband, Bryan, and her furbaby Rozza, Cindy is survived by her father, Clair Pepo, Jr. of York; her sister, Holly J. Pepo of Mount Wolf; her loving father-in-law Rick; mother-in-law, Roxann; brother-in-law, Scott ; sister-in-law, Dannielle, and nephews, Nathan, Noah, Malakai, and Ryu along with nieces, Nyla, Aura, and Quinn, followed by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and close family friends.

Viewing will be from 10:00 to 12:00 PM, Saturday, May 25, 2019 at The Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Inc., 87 South Main Street, Mount Wolf. Her celebration of Life service will begin at 12:00 PM to be followed by the burial in Quickels Cemetery. Celebrating her service will be Donna M. Hoffman, Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant.

To share memories of Cindy please visit www.diehlfuneralhome.

10 thoughts on “Cindy L. Firestone

  1. Miss Cindy was a good person and was always with me when I needed help when I was struggling with things such as family or school. She was a lady that was always caring, and she helped me and struggled with me for 7 years. Miss Cindy, you are a great person that helped me during good and bad times, and I loved how we always solved it easily or hard so I thank you for doing that. When I heard you had cancer, I broke down inside, and I did not want you to go. I wanted to help save you. You are the best BSC I ever had. I could not thank God for a better BSC. Miss Cindy, I am going to do what you always wanted me to do which is stay on task, always be successful, and become a great person.

  2. Cindy worked for my Early Intervention Agency (Aspirations) as a Social Worker, serving children and families. She touched so many lives through her work. Her impact will continue to be known with those families who she helped and supported. She was kind, dedicated, and supportive. We LOVED her as a co-worker, and our collective hearts are broken. Her passing was too soon…too unexpected…and too hard on so many. My deepest sympathies are with her family and friends. Her Aspirations family holds you in our hearts.

  3. Baby I fell in love with u instantly. From ur attitude n talking with ur hands to the sweetest and most beautiful smile u had me from the start. Ur my world Cindy. How do i move forward after all this heartbreak? Baby I will love u always. I still cant believe u left me already. I miss u so much.
    Love always n forever

  4. Please accept my sincere condolences. It truly is sad when we lose someone in death, especially one so young. May you and your family find true peace and comfort from God’s promise to reunite us with the ones we lost, to the enemy death, by means of an earthly resurrection. That promise is found at John 5:28, 29. We also have the marvelous hope of seeing sickness, suffering and even death being eliminated forever as mentioned at Revelation 21:4. What a wonderful hope and encouragement for the future.

  5. Bryan and family. I am sorry to hear of the passing of Cindy. I know that she will be missed by all of you. May her memories and words and most importantly may God comfort you at this time of need. You shall see her again when you all get to heaven. Know that she will be with you all weather it be through a song or an unexpected scent of hers pops up or a butterfly or a bird. She will let you know but she will be forever with you and watching over you as she is your own very special angel now.

  6. “Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some people move our souls to dance. They awaken us to a new understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom. Some people make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon. They stay in our lives for awhile, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same.” ― Flavia Weedn

  7. She was wonderful with our son… she was great with us as a couple raising a child with special needs. She was selfless and giving. She was an absolute joy to work with and we trusted her with the care of our sweet little boy.

    I am devastated to learn of her passing and I know our family already misses her with the force of a thousand suns.

    I pray the family can find peace in knowing how much she helped us as a family.


  8. Cindy was a loving, generous and extremely giving soul. I had the pleasure of working together with her as a Behavioral Specialist in several classrooms over the years and to say she was passionate about her work and her kiddos is an understatement. She will be missed,both professionally and most importantly, personally. RIP my friend!❤️

  9. My deepest deepest condolences to all that knew and loved this beautiful woman, especially her husband Bryan. . I had the pleasure of working alongside Cindy in my classroom. She was the Behavioral Consultant for 2 of my preschool students this school year. She and I were colleagues at Aspirations as well. Many many coworkers and colleagues are simply heartbroken. Rest In Peace Miss Cindy. Love, Joyce

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