Honoring Tradition.
Celebrating Life.

Cynthia Taube

January 12, 1961 - January 14, 2024
Fremont, MI


Celebration of Life

Saturday, May 11, 2024
12:00 PM to 4:00 PM EDT
5104 13 Mile Road
Rockford, MI 49341


At the family's request memorial contributions are to be made to those listed below. Please forward payment directly to the memorial of your choice.

Payable to Cindy's Family

1/2 of collected funds will be forwarded to Stella Strong.

Life Story / Obituary


It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our beloved beautiful mother. Cynthia (Cindy) Ann Taube (63), who slipped peacefully into rest on January 14, 2024. Cindy was born in Detroit, Michigan on January 12, 1961 to Milton Robert Beatty (father) & Nola Pillion (mom) and cared for in life by Joyce (Mantela) Kamphorst (mother)

Cindy graduated from Fremont high school in 1979. She was known for her style, her wonderful smile, and beautiful long brown hair. Her attitude and zest for life was in full force. She had a love for adventure. Cindy was not afraid to try new things. Her laugh was one of a kind. She had a love for others that was captivating. She married in 1981 and had two children, a daughter, Leah, and a son, Paul.

Cindy started her education at Davenport University, where she attended for fashion merchandising. Her skills brought her into business administration, she later became a paralegal secretary. Cindy was an amazing mother, wife and homemaker. She was devoted to her children, grandchildren and loved her nieces and nephews dearly. She loved to do things for anyone who needed help and did so until the end.

Throughout Cindy’s life she was always excited about new adventures, such as; floating down the river, sitting by a bonfire, camping, going on a roadtrip or a vacation, taking a bike ride, skiing in her early years, going on a boat ride or laying out in the sun. Cindy loved to be outdoors. She loved shopping, and spending time with her best friend Kelly Campbell. Kelly’s family was a second family to her. She loved to spend time with Kelly, as well as Kelly’s daughter, Marissa. She loved to shop with her mom Joyce and spent a lot of time with her. She enjoyed making her grandchildren costumes and working with her mother on various sewing projects.

Cindy enjoyed spending all of her holidays with her children, family, friends and especially her grandchildren. She loved to cook, she took pride in making all of our holiday traditional meals. Cindy loved to bake with her grandkids. She frequently could be found making yummy meals with them and for others, especially her son and daughter, or whenever a guest would come to her home. She enjoyed playing a good game of monopoly and challenged her grandkids whenever possible. She loved to play various card games. She had a laugh that was one of a kind. We will let it live in our hearts forever and miss hearing it so very much.

Cindy was devoted to and enjoyed her grandchildren and children as often as she could. She was always expressing how proud she was of Madden (16), Liam (14) & Brayden (12). She loved her beautiful granddaughter Piper (11) and spoke of her daily. She was so proud of her daughter and her son. Cindy loved her children and grandchildren, tremendously.

Cindy is proceeded in death by her parents Robert Beatty, Nola Phillion and Joyce (Mantella) Kamphorst, her nephews, her mother in law, her dear friend, Sheryl Kay and her special friend, Thomas Greer.

Cindy leaves behind her children Leah Taube (43) of Harrison Township, MI. Her son Paul Taube (38) of Louisville, KY. Her 4 grandchildren, Madden (16) Liam (14) Brayden (12) and Piper (11). Her beloved siblings Ed Beatty (Jackie), Don Beatty, Judy (Greg) Taube, Milton (Pam) Beatty, Alan (Valerie) Beatty, Lisa Beatty, Nancy (Steve) Couturier, 8 neices, 15 nephews and her second family Kelly (Steve) Campbell, Ryan (Jennifer) Campbell, Marissa (Ryan) Jones, Brett (Becca) Campbell

We lovingly ask that you send your favorite memory and / or photo of Cindy to lataube@icloud.com which will be proudly displayed at her celebration of life May 11, 2024 (12:00-4:00pm) at 5104 - 13 Mile Road, NE Rockford, MI 49341. Memorial contributions may be made at Cindy's Celebration of Life, where half of collected funds will then be forwarded to Stella Strong.

Cindy was a good christian woman, and loved her Lord God. She was known for her sweetness and her huge heart, her unwavering thoughtfulness, her compassion and consideration for others. Her love for us will be forever be ingrained into all of the hearts. We will miss your caring encouragement. Your loving words. Your daily reminders. All of the silly old sayings you said; you had one for almost every occasion or circumstance.

We will never forget the fun adventures we all had with you. The impact you made in the lives of others will forever be cherished. Until we meet again, may your soul rest in peace. You have left our lives, but you will never leave our hearts. Heaven is a more beautiful place, because they have our beautiful mother, Cindy.