Monday, June 1, 2020

Cindy Jo Glazier, 55, Medford

Cindy Jo Glazier, age 55, died in her home on April 17th after a heroic three-year battle with cancer.  Cindy was surrounded by her family at the time of her passing.

Cindy was born in Faribault.   She was the daughter of Curtis and Phyllis Yule, and the second of four siblings. She lived in, and graduated from High School in Medford.  She received an Associates Degree in Fashion Merchandising from RCTC in Rochester.

Cindy spent her earlier adult working years as an Advertising Representative in Owatonna and Faribault.  It was during this time that Cindy’s children were born.

Cindy started her career as a Federated Marketing Representative in 2000.  It is there where Cindy met her future husband, and fellow Marketing Representative, Ross Glazier.  

Cindy moved to Mantorville in 2003.  She and Ross were married in June of 2006.

Cindy was a very successful Federated Marketing Representative until 2016 after which point she took over the role of Office Manager for her husband.  She did so from 2016 to the time of her passing.

Cindy was a beautiful person on the inside and out.  She was a gentle soul who always put everyone else’s needs before her own.  Cindy loved life. She understood that every day was a blessing and should be treated as such. Cindy was deeply loved by everyone that knew her. She treated everyone that she came into contact with dignity and respect.

Cindy’s true passion was spending time with her Family.  She cherished her Grandchildren. Cindy had an incredible talent for making her house a home on the inside and out.  She loved entertaining her family and friends in her home and on her patio.

Spring was a particular special time for Cindy.  It was at about this time of year that Cindy would be busy planning what flowers and plants she would be buying to decorate her home.  

Cindy is survived by her husband Ross Glazier; daughter, Stephanie More; grandson, Ryder; granddaughter, Paisley; son, Justin (Katie) Nelson; step-daughter, Karina Glazier; step-daughter, Rachel Glazier; father, Curtis Yule; brother, Terry (Kari) Yule; brother, Shane (Shawna) Yule; sister, Holly (Walt) Nagel.  Cindy is also survived many nieces and nephews whom she adored.

Cindy was preceded in death by her mother, Phyllis Yule; and an infant sister, Tammy Yule.  

The strength, courage, and dignity that Cindy exhibited in her 3-year battle with cancer will prove to be an inspiration to others for generations to come.  

Cindy’s death will forever leave a hole in the hearts of her family, but we find comfort in knowing that through God’s grace we will all be together again for eternity someday.

A Celebration of Life Service will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 10, 2019 at Bethel Lutheran Church, 810 3rd Avenue SE Rochester, Minn., with the Reverend Anjanette Bandel officiating.  Visitation will be held from 9:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. at the church on Friday.  Fellowship will follow immediately after the service at the church.

To leave a special memory or condolence please visit  Arrangements are entrusted to Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Homes 5421 Royal Place NW Rochester, Minn.  55901 507- 289-3600

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