Cindy Lee Asay McCormick 1953-2024
Born in Powell, WY on November 4th, 1953 Cindy was the fourth daughter of Darlene and Clifford Asay. During her time at Powell High School Cindy participated in Speech & Debate, during this time she also developed her skills for cooking. Throughout her life, Cindy was almost always found in the kitchen making amazing sweets with her family. She would go on to graduate from high school in 1972 and then marry her high school sweetheart Robert T. McCormick. They were sealed for time and eternity in the Oakland CA Temple. Cindy and Robert would have two sons Robert, and Benjamin. During her husband’s career in the Army and as an active-duty member of the Wyoming National Guard, the family lived in Monterey, CA, West Germany, Oregon, Cheyenne, Rocksprings, and Casper WY.
Throughout her life, she took many titles, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, storyteller, and teacher. She was always proud of her family, besides taking on these roles she also worked as a genealogist where she helped future Asays and McCormick’s learn of their heritage in the Mormon faith as far back as early LDS Pioneers. In her professional life, Cindy worked as a librarian sharing her love of education with many.
A constant in Cindy’s life was her faith, she showed a deep love for her church; the Latter-Day Saints. She expressed her devotion by sharing her talents on the organ and piano. With Cindy’s big heart, she helped many rediscover their faith far and wide. Both Cindy and Bob served in the Fort Collins Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
She will be greatly missed by family, friends, and her community! Through her faith, love, and talent she shared many gifts with those around her. She was a bright light that will be missed by many.
She passed through the veil on January 5th, 2024
She is survived by her Spouse Robert Treacy McCormick, and her Sons; Robert Kelly McCormick, and Benjamin Morris McCormick SR. Her grandchildren are Cassi Ganatos, Nathan McCormick, Ginger Daile McCormick, Benjamin Morris McCormick JR, Treacy Wayne McCormick, and Hazel Lucile McCormick. Her great-grandchildren are Lilly Ganatos and Jed Ganatos. Her sisters Mary Ann Sainsbury, Donnie Monk, and Sherri Stewart.
Blessed are all they that mourn, for they shall be comforted.
[3 Nephi 12:4]