Cynthia Marie Asselin, age 67, of Imlay City, MI gracefully passed away after a courageous and brief battle with cancer on Friday, April 5, 2024, at Corewell Health-Troy Campus (formerly William Beaumont) of Troy, MI. Cindy is now reunited with her beloved husband of 20 years, Dean. Cindy was born November 8, 1956, in Detroit, MI. She is the daughter of the late Casmere and the late Lois (Dickerson) Wojno. Cindy grew up in Warren. She was a graduate of Warren Woods-Tower High School, Class of 1975.

Cindy’s selflessness, kindness, and generosity left a lasting mark on many lives. She was a loyal friend, offering comfort and unwavering support. Her legacy of love will inspire us all.

Cindy worked at the Warren Tank and Armored Vehicle Development Facility assembling military vehicles for over 10 years. She married Dean Edward Asselin on February 28, 1986, in St. Clair Shores, MI. They lived in Roseville for a while and moved to Imlay City in 1999. Dean died on January 16, 2006. Cindy enjoyed dancing to her Zumba classes and going cross-country skiing in the fields behind her house.

Cherished as a loving sister, Cindy is survived by: her brothers, Corky (Diane) Wojno of Algonac, MI, Timothy (Ruth) Wojno of Sterling Heights, MI and Randy (Michelle) Wojno of Boulder, CO; her grade school friend, Deborah (Jim) Mallinger of Marlette, MI. Also surviving are three step-daughters, Lisa, Danielle, and Susie.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Dean Asselin and her parents, Casmere and Lois Wojno. Rest in peace, dear Cindy.

The funeral services for Cindy were held Tuesday, April 9, 2024 at Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City, 225 N. Main Street, Imlay City, MI. Deacon Joe Hulway officiated.

Cindy’s cremated remains will be buried with her husband Dean, at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, Michigan.

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