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Cindy Mae Giddings

03/30/1952 - 07/17/2021
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Cindy Mae Giddings, 69, died peacefully at home on Saturday, July 17, 2021. She was born March 30, 1952, in Ladysmith, Wisconsin to the late Vernon and Ila Mae Keys.

For over 50 years Cindy was a prominent figure in 4-H. She grew up as a youth in the Poygan Go-Getters 4-H Club, later becoming the club’s leader. Cindy was a devoted supporter of 4-H and took pride in seeing her club members grow from “Cloverseeds” to adults.

She had a passion for all things horses and enjoyed quilting and refinishing furniture.

Cindy is survived by her husband, Donald; her children, Benjamin (Jessie) Giddings, Kenneth (Melissa) Giddings, Karen (Cameron) Langdon, and Yvonne Wilkinson; her grandchildren, Lilly Giddings, Benjamin “Benny” Giddings, Kaylee Giddings, Eleanor Langdon, Evelyn Langdon, Jacob “Jake” Wilkinson, and Hanna Wilkinson; and many other relatives and friends.

Along with her parents, Cindy was also preceded in death by her son, Ronald “Ron” Davis.

Per Cindy’s wishes there will be no formal services held. Mueller Funeral Home-Winneconne is assisting the family.

If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfh.net.

Courtney Wright wrote on August 18, 2021
I am so very sorry to hear about Cindy’s passing. I also want to let her family know how grateful I feel to to have had her in my life growing up. I not only received my childhood horse from Cindy (the wonderful Ginger), but I also had the pleasure of growing up as a member of the Poygan Go-Getters 4H club under her leadership. Cindy fostered a remarkable amount of personal and professional growth in me, and I will forever remember her with such gratitude for helping shape the woman I am today.

Susan Tank wrote on August 14, 2021
My apologies, but I just recently found out about the passing of Cindy. My sincere condolences to the family. The smile she always had on her face will be missed by many. She was a wonderful person, that's for sure. Our neighborhood horse world won't be the same without her.