Cynthia Lynn Bingham, nee Radden, 51, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on February 14, 2020 at home.
She was born Sunday, June 2, 1968, in Belleville, IL to James and Barbara Radden. She worked as an Administrator at Integrity Health Care of Columbia. Cynthia was a compassionate, caring nurse for over 25 years. She enjoyed most traveling and spending time with her family and friends. Cynthia never met a stranger. She was a member of St. Matthew United Methodist Church Belleville IL, IL Nurse’s Association, Student Nurses Association, and the founder of the Ogles Watch Neighborhood Association.
She was preceded in death by her:
- Father: James D. Radden
Surviving are her:
- Matthew Radden of Houston, TX
- Allyson (Trevor) Sehr of Waterloo, IL
- Mother: Barbara Radden of Belleville, IL
- Grandson: Parker Stoll
- Brother: James (Marsha) Radden of Swansea, IL
- Many other family and friends
Memorials: Memorials may be made to the St. Matthew UMC.
Visitation: Visitation from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Monday, February 17, 2020 at Kurrus Funeral Home in Belleville, Illinois and from 10:00 am – 11:00 am Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at St. Matthew United Methodist Church in Belleville, IL.
Funeral: Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 am, Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at St. Matthew United Methodist Church, with Rev. Robert Swickard officiating. Interment will follow at Valhalla Gardens of Memory, Belleville, IL.
Please accept my condolences. I met Cindy through Ogles Watch N.A.. What an impact she had on the lives of so many. All in Ogles (and well beyond) benefit still today from her strength, determination, and love. I have immeasurable respect for her. I know many hearts are heavy today, and she will be sorely missed.
What great lady ,we will miss you .
Very sorry for your loss.
What a great lady she will be missed! I worked with Cindy at ST.PAULS. A true fighter! Hugs and prayers to her family!
Cindy was a great nurse and a wonderful human being. She let her light shine wherever she went and was always fun to be around. She will be greatly missed by her extensive work family and all the elderly residents who were her life purpose. Fly high Cindy and RIP!
I am very sorry for your loss. Cindy was such a nice person.
What a great friend she will be so miss by all who knew and loved her . You all have my deepest sympathy and in my thoughts and prayers
Cindy took me under her wing at St. E’s when I was a baby nurse and helped shape me into the nurse I am today. I’m so thankful to have met her and had her in my life.
Cindy was a great nurse, an intelligent woman, and a hoot as a friend. Sadly we hadn’t stayed in touch except through Facebook. But I have many memories both of work and play.
Cindy was a wonderful person with a big heart. So sorry for your loss. You have my sympathy. RIP Cindy!
Cindy my coworker and friend. I lost touch after I left St E’s but have never forgotten her bubbly personality. She saw no color and really made me feel a part of the St E’s family. We respected each other and we both loved our job and what did. A true soldier in the army. I know she fought a good fight and ran a good race. She is just another angel God has called home. Her job and her journey here on earth is complete. Until I see her again, I will celebrate her life and her memory will live on in my heart. And to the family, may the peace of God surpass all understanding. Know that the Lord is with you in your time of sorrow. He shall wipe all of your tears away. He will never leave you nor forsake you. He doesn’t make a mistake. She belonged to Him and He allowed us to have her just for a little while. So let’s cherish the memories. The good times and the bad. She has crossed over to glory and the angels in heaven are rejoicing as they welcome their sister home. I speak Peace and Blessings for all of you. My you truly fell the love of Christ during this time, Amen ??
My heart goes out to Cindy’s family and friends who loved her. This is such a huge loss. I worked as a nurse alongside Cindy in the ICU at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for many years and this is what I remember about this talented, intelligent, funny, and beautiful woman. She was an excellent and compassionate nurse, always striving to give her patient’s the best care. She was fiercely and lovingly protective of her family and friends and all she loved. Her generosity knew no boundaries. I had the pleasure of enjoying lovely parties at her home and outings to the Ozark’s at her Mom and Dad’s home. Much fun was had. Most importantly she was an inspiration to all around her to never give up when difficulties of life are thrown at you. She never saw failures as fatal, she always had the courage to follow her heart and intuition. May your quest for comfort be swift and bring you much purpose and meaning to all who were touched by this wonderful woman.
I worked with Cindy at St E’s in the ICU. She was so sweet and such a hard worker. I will cherish the time I worked with her and her friendship. Thinking of her family at this difficult time
My thoughts and prayers for Cindy’ s family.. So shocked to hear of her passing. I worked with Cindy at St. E’s also.. What a wonderful, compassionate person she was. Will truly be missed. RIP my friend… fly high
So sorry for your loss. We did not know her personally, but appreciate all the time and effort she had put into Ogles Watch.
Rest in peace Cindy, your shifts are over on Earth but I am sure you are continuing your passion in some form up above.
I’ll never forget our fun drive through four states in one day! Cindy will live in my heart forever! I cannot find the words to express my sadness at her passing. Love to all the family. Judy Rowe
I had the pleasure of working with Cindy at St. Elizabeths & Anderson Hospital. She was a wonderful mother, nurse & friend. She always treated her patients like they were her family. Cindy was so proud of her family,& always spoke highly of Matt, Ally & Parker. She loved her parents deeply. I have heard many great stories about her family and feel like I know all of them. She always had a smile on her face even in the tough times. It was a blessing being part of her life as a coworker & friend. She is truly an angel. May she RIP.
So sorry to hear about the passing of Cynthia. Our deepest sympathy for you and your family at this time.
Sorry to hear about the families loss. We send our deepest sympathy.