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Painesville Location

1000 Mentor Avenue Painesville, Ohio 44077

Willoughby Location

38001 Euclid Avenue Willoughby, Ohio 44094

Mentor Location

6330 Center Street Mentor, Ohio 44060

Sandi Cindric

07/15/1970 — 01/23/2021

A candid photo of Sandi Cindric looking at his surroundings in admiration and awe while smiling

Sandi Cindric, age 50 of Mentor, ended his long battle with cancer on Saturday, January 23, 2021 with his family by his side.

A faithful provider for his family, Sandi had boundless energy for work and home improvement projects. He prioritized travel to make memories with family and friends. He will be remembered for his courage, dignity, resilience, and incredible strength. He was truly a remarkable person and will be greatly missed by many.

He worked at Eagle Welding and Fabricating in Willoughby. Sandi was grateful for the opportunity, but most importantly for the support and friendship he received from his team, his work family.

Sandi is the beloved husband and best friend of Tricia Cindric and the adored and devoted father of Jordan, Alexia and Kristen Cindric.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, private services were held.

Arrangements were entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral Home.

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12 Replies to “Sandi Cindric”

  1. Julie (Ruiz) Carrion January 28, 2021 at 9:28 pm


    I am so very sorry for your loss. I cannot imagine what you are going through. If you need anything please do not hesitate to contact me. I will help where I can. I will always remember him for his easy smile.



  2. Tricia- I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. I hope that happy memories help to heal your and the girls’ hearts.


  3. We are grateful we have had the chance to get to know Sandi and you over the past few harrowing years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Jordan, Alexis and Kristen now as you begin to grieve this great loss.

    We know Sandi as someone who loved to travel and explore new places, and had the privilege of traveling with you and him several times, good memories we will treasure. Sandi had a fun appreciation and understanding of good food and entertainment. He had the rare ability to balance finding time for family, fun, exploration and relaxation and still be a focused hard worker.

    An unstoppable force during his battle with cancer, Sandi was an incredible worker. After each of his major surgeries he was eager to get back to work when others would have stayed home. Not Sandi…

    Sandi had an outstanding eye for color, design and decorating. He was a careful and precise craftsman, always working on some project around the house. The results were always amazing and perfect. In many ways, in this last year, his projects showed forward looking care for the family, his way of expressing love.

    Sandi always amazed us in so many ways. Every time we got together there was something new to learn about him. Perhaps what we admired most was his devotion to his family.

    We will miss Sandi.


  4. What a perfect picture, Tricia! I know Sandi left you and the girls with the gift of his incredible strength. Keep celebrating his life and talk about him often. Sending you peace xo


  5. Dear Tricia, Jordan, Alexia and Kristin,
    Please accept our deepest sympathy for your loss. May the love of family and friends carry you through this time of grief. May knowing others care bring you comfort and peace.
    Love, Aunt Joanne and Uncle Bill


  6. Dear Tricia, Jordan, Kristen and Alexia,
    Words cannot express how very, very sorry we are for your loss.
    May your faith sustain you during this incredibly sad time. Just know that we’re praying for all of you, and sending much love. If you need anything at all, don’t hesitate to ask.
    Love Angie, Anthony, and Chad


  7. Heather Ettinger February 1, 2021 at 1:44 pm

    Tricia, Jordan, Kristen and Lexi,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Sending you love and prayers. Sandi adored you all so much and will continue to watch over you !


  8. i am so sorry to hear about sandi i knew him when he lived on holmes ave in cleveland i bought a car from him when he worked at the central cadd on east 30th prayers for you trica and the family


  9. Tricia, I am truly sorry for your loss. I offer you and your family my deepest and most sincere condolences. Your dear husband struggled valiantly for many years, and you were right there by his side as his loving companion and champion. May the prayers and support of friends and family now help sustain you during this very difficult time. You and your family are in my prayers.


  10. Tricia I am so very sorry to hear this. My sincere sympathies to you and the family. Cant imagine what you are feeling right now so I am sending hugs, prayers, love and positive vibes your way. May he RIP.


  11. Adrienne Sommer(Ciuprinskas) February 17, 2021 at 1:43 am

    I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. My most sincere condolences. I remember Sandi, from my childhood and he had the sweetest heart, genuinely kind and well mannered person. I could only imagine what a wonderful husband and father he had become. May God give you the peace that you seek.


  12. Me and Sandi were classmates for years at St.Mary’s Collinwood. Good memories. God Bless his family.


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