Cynthia “Cyndi” Rae Pundt, 59, of Gering, passed away Monday, March 27, 2023, at The Residency in Scottsbluff. A celebration of Cyndi’s life will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 1, 2023, at Reverence Funeral Parlor in Scottsbluff with Pastor Cliff Transmeier officiating. Cremation will take place after the service in accordance with her wishes. Memorials may be made in care of the family and will be designated at a later date. The service will be livestreamed and recorded to Cyndi’s obituary page viewable at www.reverencefuneralparlor.com.
Cyndi was born July 24, 1963 in Denver, Colorado to June (Thomas) Pundt. She graduated from Adams City High School in Commerce City and went on to gain an education in nursing. Cyndi became an LPN and took great joy in caring for others. Following her nursing career, Cyndi also worked in human resources for the State of Nebraska.
Cyndi didn’t have many hobbies, but she couldn’t deny her love for the Broncos and was a huge Neil Diamond fan. She enjoyed reading, working on her puzzle books, and just being in the comfort of her and her children’s homes. Cyndi could always be found with a Pepsi in hand, spending time with her family and those were the moments that truly meant the most to her. Family came first in Cyndi’s life and her legacy as a loving and caring mother will live on in her memory forever.
Survivors include her beloved children, Amanda (Lawrence) Muñoz, Jeremy (Jessica) Vandermate, Christy (Jason) Heil, Steven Vandermate, and Alexcia Vandermate; grandchildren, Tiffany Geary (Levi Whitman), Juneil Schamp (Bryon Gulley), Eric, Anna, and Callyn Vandermate, Jordan, Liam, and Karter Heil; great-grandchildren, Chase Geary, JayLynn and Colton Whitman, Nicolas Muñoz, Cameron Miller, and Kayleigh Gulley; siblings Judy Miskey, Joan Bell, Doug Trembath, Kathy Mitchell, Gayle Gunning, Steve (Tanna) Pundt, and Tammy Pundt; along with numerous cousins and special nieces and nephews.
Cyndi was preceded in death by her mother, June; sister, Sharon Davis; nieces, Paula Hancock and Sheila Macintosh; nephews, Michael and Ronnie Bell; and special friend, Mildred Sleevi.