Cynthia Louise Burr of Boise, Idaho passed away peacefully on October 29, 2012. Cyndi was born on February 9, 1962 in Redvers to Rodney and Cecile Burr. The family moved to Weyburn in 1971 where Cyndi became a very active member of her community at a young age. Cyndi, well known for her beautiful voice, sang in the high school choirs and the provincial honour choir, performed in several high school musicals, wrote and performed her own music, performed in a local band, Calico; and, often alongside her brothers, sang at numerous church functions, weddings and funerals. After graduating, Cyndi worked at the Royal Bank, in Weyburn for a number of years before transferring to Yorkton. Shortly after moving, she met the love of her life, Michael Ling, from Boise, Idaho. She and Michael enjoyed 13 happy years together in Boise. Here, Cyndi embarked on a new life working as an interior decorator and a dog trainer. She became certified with the National Law Enforcement Canine Certifying Agency (NNDDA) as a human remains detection dog trainer. She trained her dogs, Sam and Finn, in various locations including Aimes Research Center NASA, California and Port Authorities in Beaumont, Texas. Some of her assignments included travelling with her dog, Sam, to St. Maarten in 2009 to assist in a high profile search for the remains of a missing American woman. At the age of 22, Cyndi bravely battled and won her fight against Hodgkins disease. In 2009, she was diagnosed with an inoperable tumour located behind her left lung. While undergoing chemotherapy, Cyndi became actively involved in an initiative, Prescription for Change, intended to transform the health care system. She participated in an interview with Dr. David Pate, CEO of St. Luke’s Health System, based in Boise, Idaho. Her interview was conducted before 500 medical leaders throughout the St. Luke’s Health System, where she offered words of wisdom, support and advice as a contribution to improving and transforming the health care system. In the words of Dr. Pate, “She cared so deeply about improving care for others that she selflessly gave of her own time and efforts to not only cheerlead our efforts, but tell us what we could do better.” Cyndi leaves a legacy of love and compassion for all who suffer. Her contributions to the St. Luke’s Health System will remind health care workers of their important role in ongoing patient care and help to improve the lives of patients for years to come. Cyndi is survived by her husband, Michael Ling of Boise, ID; mother, Cecile Burr of Weyburn; by her two brothers, Jim (wife Tabitha; Riley and Bronwyn) Burr of Air Ronge, and Tim (wife Wendy; Mason and Marshall) Burr of Airdrie, AB. Cyndi is also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins. Cyndi was predeceased by her infant daughter, Bailey Honig of Weyburn; and her father, Rodney Burr of Weyburn. Cyndi will be greatly missed and forever remembered by all of her family and many friends. The family is planning to hold a memorial celebration in Weyburn. Date and time to be announced.