<em><strong> July 12, 1947- May 29, 2014</strong>
Cynthia was born in Los Angeles and spent the past 41 years living in Sonoma.
In her first 20 years of living in Sonoma, she was instrumental in running the practice of her then-husband Dr. Solomon, as well as launching the Victorian Court Bookstore and founding a synagogue in the Sonoma Community Center.
After her divorce, she had many activities that fueled her passions including co-founding the Sonoma Valley Community Health Center as well as co-founding the Hydrocephalus Association.
In 2000, her company launched a software product that addressed the needs of vulnerable populations and in 2012, she received the California eHealth Spirit of Excellence Award for her work with underserved populations.