Cynthia Macko

January 4, 1954 - May 8, 2020

01/04/1954 - 05/08/2020

Cynthia Macko, 66, formerly of Bellaire, Ohio and Greenville, Pennsylvania died on May 8 2020 at
Chesapeake General Hospital in Chesapeake, VA. She was the daughter of the late Donald and Clara
(Kerry) Martin in Bellaire, Ohio.

Cynthia loved home improvements of any kind, especially painting. She had a great sense of design,
balance and color. Cynthia also loved children, from her younger days of being a Brownie leader to her
later years when she invited all the neighbor children over to color, craft and have snacks.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and her brothers, Kerry Martin and Jimmy Lee Martin.

Cynthia is survived by her husband, William Robblee whom she married on August 6, 2005.
In addition she is survived by her son, Andrew Macko of Pittsburgh, PA, her daughter, Melissa Macko,
her grandchildren, Cody Macko and Daniel Macko, all of Greenville, PA.

A private committal service will be held at Davis Cemetery at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 441, 37th street Bellaire, Ohio
43906.

Memorial contributions
In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to Habitat for Humanity by going to “TMCFunding.com”.

Share your thoughts and memories of Cynthia with the family at www.bauknechtaltmeyer.com

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Mary Carmean
2 years ago

I have often wondered over 50 years how Cindy was doing, I knew her as a kid living in Bellaire Ohio, I had two best friends, both with the name: Cindy Martin. Today I found out she had passed away. She is an angel in heaven now, I will see her again. To the family, I am so very sorry for your loss.

Judy Esken
2 years ago

Cindy was the kind of neighbor who drew everyone’s small children to her. She kept a drawer of treats in her refrigerator within their reach and kept crayons and coloring books for their use. She made crocheted dolls for the girls next door and rewarded my husband with his favorite homemade cherry pies for helping Bill with some project. My grandchildren were thrilled to show her each new accomplishment in our pool. She convinced all of those children they were special to her and she was special to them.

Tom Boyles
2 years ago

We were friends when we were very young, but lost contact till a few years ago. I will miss our occasional chats. Rest now my friend.

Diane King Wiegmsnn
2 years ago

I am so very sorry for your loss. When Cindy moved to Greenville I was always impressed by how easily she made friends and became one of the gang. She had a wonderful smile and was so easy to spend time with. Football games, band buses, sock hops….many good memories include her.

Daniel & Melliza Williams
2 years ago

Deepest Condolences for you Melissa and family. Praying for Peace and strength to get thru this time. Much love to your family

Axel Steiner
2 years ago

My thoughts are with Bill and the rest of Cynthia’s family. To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.

Ed and Sandy Slavic
2 years ago

Missy and Drew , Ed and I are so sorry for you loss – she brings back so many memories.

Denise & Rich Curtician
2 years ago

So sorry for your loss. Your mom loved you so much. She’s always been very supportive of everything you do. I hope you find comfort in knowing she’s no longer suffering. Love you so much. Let me know if you need anything.

Diane (Zook-Simunich) Ferguson
2 years ago

So sorry for your loss Missy and Drew. I knew your mom from being a majorette in high school. She was always nice to me and I considered her a friend. May she Rest in Peace. Prayers for you and your family.

PatsyVeadoGilmore
2 years ago

We had tons of fun and laughter at the band practices and marching, etc. , well I can at least say I tried to twirl you were always smiling with that beautiful smile-GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY