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Cynthia A. Wetherell, 59

It was with a heavy heart and sadness that we mourn the loss of our loving sister, Cynthia Ann Wetherell, age 59, of North Little Rock, who passed away on Monday, January 14, 2019 from complications due to Alzheimer’s.  She was a woman with many dreams and desires.  Cynthia was born in 1959 in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio to parents Norval Douglas and Barbara Lee Ault.  Her death was preceded by her parents and her husband, Richard Scot Wetherell, and her brother-in-law, Leonard (Bud) Arthur Beisner, Jr of North Little Rock, Arkansas.  Her husband, Scot, was in the U. S. Army and retired as a Command Sergeant Major with over 20 years’ service.  Cindy was raised in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and graduated from Cuyahoga Falls High School in 1977.  Cindy’s long-time dream and desire was to become a registered nurse, so she enrolled in the three-year diploma program at the Idabelle Firestone School of Nursing in Akron, Ohio, and graduated in 1980 with her Nursing degree (RN).  Cindy then stepped out of her comfort zone and decided to advance and take on another dream and desire of hers that was to move to San Antonio, Texas, right away after graduating from nursing school. After settling in San Antonio, Cindy began her journey in search of her nursing career and gained employment with Humana Hospital in San Antonio, whom she was employed by for over 18 years. Before retiring she took up her husband’s passion of bass fishing.  With practice and training she was able to compete in many bass tournaments.  She was an active member of the Texas Association of Bass Clubs and the Alamo Bass Club in San Antonio, Texas.

She is survived by a brother, John A. Ault of San Antonio, Texas; a sister, Elizabeth B. Beisner of North Little Rock; two nephews, John Stephen Kronnick and Jeffrey Douglas Kronnick, both of North Little Rock; one niece, Jennifer Lynnette Beisner of England; three great nephews, Reilen Armani Beisner, Richie Amir Beisner, and Rayden Arthur Beisner, and one great niece, Raissa Amaree Beisner, all of England.  Cindy will be transported back to San Antonio, Texas and she will be buried at the National Veterans Cemetery at Fort Sam Houston with her deceased husband, Richard Scot Wetherell (CSM) Retired.

Cremation arrangements entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service of Jacksonville, 501-982-3400.


1 Comment

  • Lisa Cahak Posted March 18, 2019 10:30 AM

    So sorry to hear about Cindy’s passing. She was a great friend.

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