Church of God Memorial
Cindy DuBry Aspenns Curley died July 23, 2014, and was buried with a graveside service at Mountain View Cemetery in Altadena, Calif., on Aug. 1, 2014, officiated by Dr. David Antion, pastor of the Church of God Southern California.
Cindy was born on July 6, 1950, in Monterey Park, Calif. When she was 5 years old the family moved to Texas, where she attended Imperial School.
After graduating from high school she moved to Southern California to attend Ambassador College, where she met Val Aspenns. They married in 1970, settled in Altadena and raised their two children.
While the children were young, Cindy worked at home, running a children’s day-care business. When Kathleen and Glenn reached middle school, Cindy went back to college to learn graphic arts and began working in her chosen field in 1986. Embracing new technology to create beautiful and effective designs, she embarked on a lifelong process of learning and growing.
Cindy worked for many years for Diana Manchester Design and will be remembered for how she came in every morning ready to tackle the day with her cheerful can-do attitude. She was trusted and respected by colleagues, clients and suppliers and was always enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge and time. Diana says, simply, 'She was my rock.'
After Val’s death in 1988, Cindy was introduced to Harry Curley by mutual friends. They married in 1989, building a loving partnership of 25 years. Harry is eternally grateful for her love and for how her presence in his life made him a better man!
Cindy was always eager to be of service in all areas of her life. Cindy and Harry were members of the Christian Biblical Church of God and assumed great responsibility in their local congregation. Under their capable management were the setup of the services, running the tape library and the potlucks and meals after services. For many years, they hosted a Bible study on Friday evenings and were well known for generously sharing their home with visitors.
Cindy provided her graphicdesign skills as well in the creation of book covers and calendars for the church.
Cindy is survived by her husband, Harry Curley, her mother, Marilyn DuBry, and father, Leo DuBry, her brother John DuBry and his wife Linda DuBry, her daughter Kathleen Aspenns and her husband Ron Washam, her son Glenn Aspenns and his wife Marsha Aspenns and her granddaughter Zoe Aspenns.