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“So sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers ”
1 of 20 | Posted by: alyssa Fitch - Long Bottom, OH

“I'm so very sorry for your loss. Your family has been and continue to be in my thoughts and prayers ”
2 of 20 | Posted by: Deb (Shook) Triplett

“What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful lady! I am very very sorry for your loss and grief. I know Cindy served the Lord and now she is at His side...Read More »
3 of 20 | Posted by: Karen Downard -Huffman - WV

“Someone once said, you don't get to choose your family. Luckily, I didn't have to choose Cindy, God did it for me. She was my cousin by blood but...Read More »
4 of 20 | Posted by: A friend

“Prayers for the family are going up. I adored Cindy she was the best ever! ”
5 of 20 | Posted by: Rebecca Good - Beaver, OH

“Mark and family, I am so sorry. Cindy was a great lady and will be missed. ”
6 of 20 | Posted by: John Carey - Wellston, OH

“Cindy will always be my cousin, friend, sister in Christ, mentor the list goes on. The memories she leaves with me are too many too count. I will...Read More »
7 of 20 | Posted by: Melanie Stanley - Wellston, OH

“Truly a blessing to have known Cindy. God has another angel. ”
8 of 20 | Posted by: Evalyn Hammonds - Friend

“There no words that I can say that will make this easier. I'm so sorry to the family of Cindy. I know this is difficult. I never really was able to...Read More »
9 of 20 | Posted by: Tiffany Mytko - Pomeroy, OH

“Mallory, think of you are your family during this difficult time. Take care, Eva ”
10 of 20 | Posted by: Eva Bloom - Athens, OH - Coworker

11 of 20 | Posted by: tammy baker - WELLSTON, OH

“Mallory , I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. ”
12 of 20 | Posted by: Jean Blair - Family Friend

“So very sorry to the families of Cindy. She made a lot of differences in peoples lives. God Bless You All. ”
13 of 20 | Posted by: Barb & Frank Tolbert-Veazey - OH

“so grateful to have known Cindy. I am most thankful that She has the assurance of heaven as she loved God and walked a Christian life. prayers...Read More »
14 of 20 | Posted by: Theresa Womeldorf - Wellston, OH

“Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in every thought and prayer. I admired Cindy for her...Read More »
15 of 20 | Posted by: Nancy and Tendra Downard - OH

“I want to express my sincere sympathy to Mallory and her family. I'm so sorry f or the loss of your mother Mallory. I will pray for peace and comfort...Read More »
16 of 20 | Posted by: Tammi Zirkle - Coworker

“I am so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Cindy at Jenkins as well as knowing her since high school. She was a very kind, caring person. I...Read More »
17 of 20 | Posted by: Jerri Meadows - Oak Hill, OH

“Aunt Cindy is greatly missed by a lot. You were such a joy to be around. I love you and miss you! RIH Aunt Cindy! ”
18 of 20 | Posted by: Jennifer Adkins - Columbus, OH

“I am so heartbroken to learn of Cindy's passing. We met Cindy and Mark when our gospel group sang at their church. Cindy was always such a beautiful...Read More »
19 of 20 | Posted by: Lisa Roberts - Bainbridge, OH

“God bless your family with comfort during this time of sadness and loss of your dear Cindy ”
20 of 20 | Posted by: Laura Simon - Cumming, GA

Cindy L. Saltsman, age 58, of Wellston, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, October 17, 2017. She passed on following complications from a successful heart transplant at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio. Cindy and her family were, and always will be, grateful for the gift of her new heart and she always kept her donor's family in her prayers. Cindy was born November 27, 1958 in Columbus, Ohio, the youngest of 13 children, to the late Clarence L. Hollingshead and Ella Mae Sprouse Hollingshead. She was a 1978 graduate of Wellston High School and a 1989 graduate of Hocking Technical College, where she obtained her Associates Degree in Nursing. Cindy, a registered nurse and a Licensed Massage Therapist, was employed with the Ohio Department of Medicade as a Medicade Auditor. She was the former Director of Nursing at Jenkins Memorial Health Facility in Wellston and an Occupational Health Nurse at Mills Pride in Waverly. Cindy was an avid believer in retail therapy, along with enjoying cooking Sunday meals, gardening and being with her family. She was a member of the Zion #3 Church; former 4-H Advisor for over 20 years for the Totally Awesome Kids 4-H Club, and was actively involved with the Jackson County Relay for Life and the Cancer Society's Festival of Trees. Cindy is survived by her husband of 38 years, Mark Edward Saltsman; 2 daughters, Monica Ford (Jeremy) of Oak Hill and Mallory Conley (John Paul) of Wellston; 3 grandchildren, Aden and Blaise Ford and John Declan Conley; brothers, Jerry Hollingshead and Ted Hollingshead; sisters, Wanda Robertson and Judy Hughes; and her best friend and sister, not by blood, but by choice, Sue Jones. Besides her parents, Cindy was preceded in death by brothers, Bill, Bob, Roy Gene, Ray, Don and Dink Hollingshead; sisters, Betty Wholaver and Dorothy Allen; and 1 angel grandchild. Calling hours will be Friday from 4 to 8 P.M. at the McWilliams Funeral Home in Wellston. Funeral service will be Saturday at 1 P.M. at the McWilliams Funeral Home with Pastor Chuck Phillips officiating. Burial will follow in the Salem Cemetery. Online condolences can be sent to the family at