Cindy Lou Goddard

June 7, 1956 - February 28, 2021

06/07/1956 - 02/28/2021

Past Services

Cemetery
Friday March 05, 2021
Mt. Calvary Cemetery-Wheeling
1685 National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
(304) 242-0460 | Directions
Visitation
Friday March 05, 2021
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Benwood-McMechen Chapel
214 Marshall Street
McMechen, WV 26040
304-232-1710 | Directions
Service
Friday March 05, 2021
12:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Benwood-McMechen Chapel
214 Marshall Street
McMechen, WV 26040
304-232-1710 | Directions

Cindy Lou Goddard, 64, of McMechen, WV, passed away Sunday, February 28, 2021, in Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Glen Dale, WV.

Cindy was born June 7, 1956, a daughter of Louis R. Comer of McMechen and the late Mary (Witkowski) Comer. She was employed at Northwood Health Systems, was a Catholic by faith, and attended St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, Wheeling. She also loved animals and was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan.

In addition to her mother, Cindy was preceded in death by her sister, Cheryl Long. In addition to her father, she is survived by her two daughters, Heather (Mike) Vanderweide of Charlottesville, VA and Amber (John) Voellinger of Moundsville, WV; five siblings, Bill Swanson of Mobile, AL, Kevin Witkowski of Benwood, WV, Robbie Comer of Benwood, WV, Tanna (John) Santimarino of Wheeling, WV and Kathy Michelucci of Benwood, WV; a special sista, Norene Swanson; four grandchildren, Sophia and James Vanderweide, and Owen and Blaire Voellinger; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Friends will be received at Altmeyer Funeral Home, Benwood-McMechen Chapel, 214 Marshall Street, McMechen, Friday, March, 5, 2021, from 10 am until time of service at 12 pm, with Rev. Msgr. Samuel S. Sacus officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Wheeling.

Memorial contributions may be made to Webark Estates, P.O. Box 918, Moundsville, WV 26041, or online by clicking here.

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Sherry L Kitchen
1 year ago

I have know Cindy since she worked at greens. She was always very nice and helpful. We used to talk al the time when I was there. I also worked at greens with Cindy. I am so sorry to see this. Cindy I love you and will miss you dearly. Fly high you are our angel.

Judy & Dave Kociban
1 year ago

I have so many fond memories of Cindy. I know she will be missed by many. So sorry.

Nancy Jo Yaquinta
1 year ago

Sorry to about Cindy . She was always smiling and a jolly person . I knwe her from this area n when she worked st Kroger’s

Monna Born
1 year ago

So sorry for your loss of Cindy. My prayers goes out to Cindy’s Dad, her siblings, daughters, grandchildren and friends. May God be with you all

Christine Palmer
1 year ago

R.i.p…
Worked with Cindy at OVMC she was such a sweet and kind buddy.prayers to all the family

Allen Goddard
1 year ago

I’ve known Cindy for about 33 years. She was always kind and good hearted, the kind of person you wanted to be around. She always shared pictures of her holiday decorations which was very nice. I use to tease her about the Steelers and she would block me for awhile, after calming down she would unblock me. I going to miss those times. I’m going to miss her. Prayers to the family.

Jeffrey wright jr
1 year ago

I am sorry loss praying for family that I am remember you working at Kroger benwood wv blessing her we miss you lot

Dale beaver
1 year ago

I have known Cindy from her days of working at greens donuts and I worked with her at the ovmc she was always pleasant. And funny she also thought of the other person she will be missed by all who knew her

Lisa Cameron
1 year ago

Cindy was one of those rare folks that was honest and hard working and her word meant something. I’m not quite sure exactly when I met Cindy, but I do know it was at Benwood Kroger. I worked there in the mid 90s and left the area for Columbus and moved back in 2006 and worked at Benwood again in the pharmacy and that was next to the deli. Had a lot of talks on breaks or chat as passing by departments. She was funny and sarcastic and gave wise advice.

The Steelers played the Packers in the super bowl and Cindy asked if I wanted to make a bet. Sure. It was a coffee from the machine at the end of the deli think 25 cents for a small 50 cents for a large. As soon as she saw me the following shift, I got a coffee.

My heart breaks for her family, especially her grandchildren as they won’t really get to know this wonderful woman and how much she enjoyed being their grandmother.

Cindy will certainly be missed. She was a good one.

Diana McGee
1 year ago

I just have so many great memories of Cindy, it’s hard to choose just one. But this one always stuck in my mind as to just how good hearted she was.
I asked Cindy one morning at work, why she keeps putting samples out all evening while most of us just did it once and she said…I always keep filling the samples because some of our customers don’t have enough to eat and don’t have enough money to buy food.
That was Cindy. Always worrying about other people and animals before herself.
I will never forget her, and will miss her deeply in my life.