• Cynthia Louise LaMont Silvers

    March 31, 2018
  • On March 31, 2018 Cynthia Louise LaMont Silvers, beloved wife of Ken Silvers, passed into the loving arms of the Lord. She was born Oct. 9, 1956 in San Francisco, Calif., to Lt. Col. James N. LaMont (deceased) and Vivian LaMont (Haggood).  She is predeceased by two brothers, James N. LaMont Jr. and Capt. Andrew D. LaMont USMC.

    She is survived by her husband, Ken Silvers; siblings, Susan (LaMont) Irani (husband Grant), Christopher LaMont (wife Nancy), Kathleen (LaMont) Roberts (Bryan), Jonathan LaMont, Mary (LaMont) Loudy (Michael), Thomas LaMont (Marty); her brother-in-law, Bob Silvers; sisters-in-law, Cynthia King and Melanie Garcia. Beloved aunt of Elizabeth Irani DuBois (William), Catherine  (Irani) Caruana (Justin), Bridget Irani Zayner (Zachariah), Christopher J. LaMont (Meghan), Jeannette LaMont and David Peterson,  Sarah Urbani (Rex), Allison LaMont, Capt. Nathan Roberts USMC (Capt. Sarah Roberts USAF), Dr. Nicholas Roberts USN, Lt. Neil Roberts USMC, Alexandra Roberts, Christina Roberts and Michael Loudy. Margaret Loudy, William Loudy,  Carlon LaMont (Meghan), Nolan LaMont, Jeremy LaMont, Matt Silvers (Lisa), William Anson (Diane), Mason Anson, Jaden Anson and Daryl King. Great(est) aunt to William DuBois, Evelyn DuBois, Janine DuBois, Penelope DuBois, Tyler Caruana, Danielle Caruana, Aidan Caruana,  Callum Zayner, Corey Zayner, Gavin Zayner, Christopher LaMont, Bryson LaMont,  Kylee Peterson, Katelyn Peterson, Dylan Peterson, Carlon LaMont Jr., Luna Blue LaMont. Her aunt, Dr. Elizabeth Helfrich ESQ; her uncle, Robert Helfrich MD. Cousins Ann Marshall, Michelle Vinson, Claire Buckey, Daniel Buckey, Dave Buckey, Bill Buckey and Jack Bolan.

    Funeral Mass 11 a.m. April 11 at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church.

    Arrangements entrusted to CedarVale – The Hot Springs Village Funeral Home. For online condolences visit www.cedarvalefuneralhome.com.


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    To Ken and the ENTIRE LaMont family...may the memories of sweet Cynthia’s laughter remind you of how she embraced life and appreciated the people around her. Her ability to ‘throw caution to the wind’ was her specialty...she left no stone unturned in her path and I truly admired her for that. The many, but not enough chats we had...I will cherish always. Cynthia’s heart was huge and bled soooo much love into her fur babies, how blessed were they! The gratitude to have had the amazing opportunity to be intertwined with the LaMont family...I have are no words, but to say thank you for letting me squeeze in. Cynthia always made each person feel welcomed and immediately you were just one of them. Thank you Cynthia for your grace and the beauty you sprinkled along the way. I can only imagine what it is like to sit before your two brothers again...I can definitely hear the laughter of you and Andrew from here. Blessings sweet Cynthia. Ken, may you find strength knowing what a great ride it has been with BK in the drivers seat and all the love you shared on this journey. Be well...Brandy xo


    Cynthia will be missed at RAPA. she was an asset to our company.


    Cynthia was truly a loyal friend and so easy to talk to. Always considerate of others with a smile on her face. I am sad she left us so suddenly. Cynthia will be greatly missed here at RAPA!


    Ken, so sorry for your loss. Cynthia was a fantastic friend and Co-worker. I know she will be greatly missed by all! God Bless You


    We will all miss Cindy so much. She was such a lovely person with a wonderful sense of humor. We feel fortunate that she was a part of our lives. Sending our love to you all.