Cynthia  Erickson

Cynthia Kay Erickson

Monday, July 26th, 1954 - Sunday, May 24th, 2020
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Cynthia “Cindy” Erickson, 65, of Mays Landing, NJ passed away peacefully with her children by her side on Sunday, May 24th, 2020.
A native of Absecon, NJ, Cindy graduated with the class of 1972 from Holy Spirit High School and went on to earn her nursing degree from Atlantic Cape Community College.
Dedicated to helping others through her extensive expertise in the medical field, Cindy committed herself to a 27-year career in nursing working in the E.R., Intensive Care Unit, and most recently, the Post Anesthesia Care Unit at Atlanticare Mainland and City Divisions. She was involved in several committees and projects of note throughout her Atlanticare career including Customer Service, implementing improved customer experiences, PACER Champion, creating improved processes, and PAIN Champion, reviewing evidence-based information to decrease opioid use while providing comfort and pain relief to patients.
A life-long equestrian, Cindy was passionate about her horses and the sport of dressage, competing, judging, and breeding Swedish Warmblood horses for more than 35 years. She loved all animals and was known within her community for her work with the ASPCA, fostering and adopting countless dogs, cats, birds, and frogs over the years. Her love for animals was surpassed only by her love for her children and grandchildren.
She is survived by her children, LtCol G. Eric Fleming, USMC and wife Maria Fleming, Lauren Hann and husband Keith Hann, and Capt Steven Fleming, USMC; her grandchildren, Meredith, Madeleine, and Genevieve Fleming and G. Steven Hann; her brother George Howard Jackson III and sister Diane Sablan; her nieces, nephews, cousins, and three horses: Kool Moe Dee, N.L. Baltic Kyra, and Vivianna Rose.
A celebration of her life will be held at a later date. Flowers can be sent to Adams Perfect Funeral Home by Thursday at 4pm or donations can be made to the Marine Corps - Law Enforcement Foundation.
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    Laurel Memorial Park
    2301 English Creek Avenue
    POMONA, NJ 08240
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Danielle French

Posted at 08:00pm
Cindy and I grew up as kids in Absecon. We became very close in our 20’s. She was the person who introduced me to my husband 45 years ago. She kept tellIng me that we would get along. Although we were went in different paths over the years I am very sorry to hear of her passing. My condolences to her family.

Lisa Spengler

Posted at 07:21pm
I truly apologize for this late condolence. I am so very deeply sorry for your loss! My heart is broken! Cindy first contacted me many years ago regarding the Marine Corps - Law Enforcement Foundation Atlantic City. My son was a Marine at the time and stories were shared as "Marine Moms". Since then, whenever she could, she would volunteer her time to help at gala registration or wherever she was needed. She was the kindest, most giving person. It was always a pleasure to have her as part of MC-LEFAC. The past few years, Cindy was an honored guest at the gala or would buy a table for herself and a guest(s) with the request to fill with whoever needed a seat. Every conversation with her was warm and heartfelt. We would catch up on "us" and family. She will be greatly missed personally and as part of MC-LEFAC. I know she rests peacefully in God's arms. Sending up my love to you my friend! Lisa Spengler

Wilhelmina Hebron

Posted at 07:10pm
Cindy I still have your friendship bracelet from Sweden. Your Friendship Was pure I never questioned your present or love.
You will be greatly missed, You was the excellent example for a new nurse to follow. Love Wilhelmina Hebron BSN.

John Lee

Posted at 08:55pm

It is with much sorrow that I am writing this condolence. I had the absolute honor of having known Cindy for twenty-three years. In 1997, I had undergone major surgery and Cindy was my nurse. During my stay in the hospital I was privileged to witness, first hand, a standard of care, compassion, kindness and empathy that far exceeded my preconceived expectations. Those God given attributes that Cindy shared with her patients were carried over throughout her life. The love and compassion Cindy had for all of God’s creation was palpable but was also magnified exponentially in the Love and Devotion she so joyfully gave to her three precious children, Eric, Steven and Lauren…I am so very, very sorry for your loss.
Speaking for everyone that was blessed for having known Cindy, I know our lives were changed for the better and we will carry with us the memory of this magnificent woman and friend that meant so very much to each of us.
The community and the world may have temporally lost one of God’s greatest creations but Heaven has gained another of His glorious angels.
John Lee


Posted at 10:44am
Cindy was a friend l really thought alot of in the 70's/ we both worked at the Shore mall and l would drive her home after her shift at the Italian Restaurant. She would ride her horse on summer evenings to visit me at the Absecon Swim Club. We would pretend she was riding the "high diving horse" and announce the act with so much laughter.She was so sweet and soft spoken. My condolences to the family. Such a really great girl.

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