Cynthia (Cyndi) Marie Fleck, 53, sadly passed on October 3, 2021 due to complications of COVID-19. She was born February 2, 1968 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana before making the trek to the little town of Jerome, Idaho. She resided in Jerome for about 16 years before finally moving to Arizona in July of 2008.\n\nThose that knew Cyndi will remember her unique personality. She was always the most welcoming person and made everyone feel like family. She was known for not being afraid to speak her mind, being the loudest fan for her children whether it was a blood child or "adopted". Cyndi loved camping, photography, swimming, rodeo, going to the beach and cheering on her children and grandchildren as they excelled at sports. She shared her passion for NASCAR with one child (Reyes) and her grandson Cohen. She loved making memories with the grandkids by taking them to the zoo, beach, and many other adventures. Most of all Cyndi loved being everyone's family.\n\nCyndi worked at Knight-Swift Transportation where she made yet another family over the last 6 years. She started as a Carrier Relations Representative and worked up to a Carrier Relations Division Manager. Her other job that she took on for the greater part of her life was being a sports mom, in which she excelled. While juggling all of these roles at once, she still managed to complete her Associates degree in general education.\n\nCyndi is survived by her partner Kim, brother Bruce (Jodi), sons Dee, Sam (Sheina), Reyes (Stephany), daughter Natalia and her grandchildren Jose, Teresa, Pancho, Amalia, Cohen and Peyton. Cyndi is preceded in death by her mother Elizabeth, Father Robert and many other beloved family and friends.\n\nShe was and always will be the perfect fan.