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Mark A. Cindrich

October 28, 1969 — February 6, 2022

Mark A. Cindrich, 52 passed away peacefully, Sunday, February 6, 2022 at University of Kansas Medical Center.
Mark was born October 28, 1969 on Strawberry Hill in Kansas City, Kansas. He loved his birthday and celebrated the entire month of October. He attended special education classes at KCKPS, Wyandotte High School, participated in Special Olympics and worked at Hospital Linen Services. He was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and St. Johns Mens Club. Mark loved listening to his music (Classic Rock and Roll but Oldies on Friday), KSU Wildcats, playing pool and mini golf, listening to everyone tell stories of their day and he remembered everything. Mark served as radioman, navigator, and weatherman on road trips from California to Florida to Niagara Falls, including two fishing expeditions to Sioux Narrows, Canada. Mark naturally possessed the virtues of faith, hope and love. As a result, Mark loved unconditionally and infinitely just as God loves us.
Mark was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Mary Ellen Cindrich. He is survived by his loving family, sister Jane Cindrich, brother Tony Cindrich (Laurie), sister Becky Calvert (Mark) and brother Dan Cindrich (Lisa); seven nieces and nephews (Dane, Ellyn, Meg and Julia Calvert, Haleigh Winkle (Jandro) and Jacob Cindrich and Charlotte Cindrich); his godparents, Pete and Marilyn Reveles and family; many cousins, caregivers and friends.
Marks fond family memories of his childhood at 606 N. 5th Street led him to seek and point out the numbers 606 on clocks or signs. He believed it was a sign from heaven from our loved ones. Whenever you see 606, know that Mark is looking down from heaven, smiling with happy tears, saying, "I am with you, I love you, until we meet again."
Due to Covid, private family Mass and Burial. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations in Marks memory to St. John the Baptist Catholic Mens Club (414 Barnett, Kansas City, KS 66101)

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