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Lucinda "Cindy" Louise Morales

September 27th, 1961 - March 3rd, 2024

"Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure." — Renee Wood

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Lucinda (Cindy) Louise Morales, a loving mother, a remarkable woman, and a dedicated professional at the Workforce Center of Adams County. Cindy's courageous battle with multiple illness's came to an end on March 3, 2024. She was 62 years old.


Cindy's nurturing spirit, unwavering support, and boundless love will forever live on in the hearts of her children and her grandchildren. Lucinda was a brilliant and accomplished woman. Her passion for helping and loving others was a dedication to understanding the hardships in the world. She inspired those around her. Cindy's colleagues and friends remember her as a tireless worker and a mentor to many in her field.


In addition to her professional accomplishments, Lucinda was known for her warm and caring personality. She had a generous heart, always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. Her kindness and compassion touched the lives of many, and she will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.


Cindy's memory will be forever cherished by her family, friends, and colleagues. Her legacy as a mother, case worker, and friend will endure, and her spirit will continue to inspire us all. In our hearts, she lives on, and we will forever honor the legacy of a remarkable woman who made a lasting impact on the world.


A memorial service to celebrate Lucinda's life will be held on 3/29/2024, 1:30 PM, at Romero's Funeral Home in Denver, CO. We ask that you wear royal purple, silver, or light grey to resemble silver.


Reception to follow afterwards. TBD

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You were always loved, know we will miss you. Keep on soaring the way you know how. A.D.M.

Published March 29th, 2024

Cathy Lovato (Montour)

My Condolences and Prayers go out to the family. My cousin Cindy will be missed, she was such a joy, always smiling and happy.

Published March 25th, 2024

Tina Morales

Where do I start? Cindy would always say she was my mom’s first daughter because she was there first, and I would say my mom saved the best for last 😇. Damn, I can’t believe that she’s gone. This was too soon!!!!!! She was such a strong, independent woman, and I looked to her for advice on everything!!!!! She was always there. I don’t know how life will be without her. I just hope to God that she has found the peace she was seeking, and that she is no longer in any pain. I picture her in heaven with everyone she was missing, and that they’re all together and happy, having the time of their lives. I will miss her taking care of Tammy’s plants, and telling her to water them. She deserved so much in life, and I just hope she was happy. I will forever miss my big sister. I love you Cindy Lou Who. Rest in peace.

Published March 28th, 2024


She was a wonderful and kind human being! She was my second mom growing up in my teenage years! She was always supportive towards me and always was proud of everything I accomplished! Getting to spend and know her for the past 9 years is the greatest thing I could have asked for from her! Breaks my heart to see you go mom😞💕I will always hold you dearly, and my kids will know who you were to me!!!

Published March 12th, 2024

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