Cynthia Ann Seabolt Schnabel, 66, of Wilmington Island, died August 18, 2020 at Candler Hospital. She was born December 15, 1953 in Henderson, Kentucky to the late Roy N. and Lorene Griffin Seabolt. Cynthia graduated from Henderson High School in 1971, and graduated from Murray State University in 1975, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She retired after a 40 year career in nursing, having worked at Welborn Baptist Hospital and Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Indidana, Candler Hospital ICU in Savannah, GA, and as Director of Quality Management at Select Specialty Hospital in Savannah.
Mrs. Schnabel was a member of First Baptist Church of the Islands, Wilmington Island.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her grandparents, and her sister, Linda L. Seabolt.
Cindy is survived by her loving husband of 42 years, Mark M. Schnabel, two sons, Gregory M. Schnabel and his wife, Stephanie, and Jonathan K. Schnabel, grandson, Conner M. Schnabel, and granddaughter, Rebecca A. Schnabel.
Due to COVID 19, there will be no public visitation. A private family graveside will be held in the Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery.
Mark and Boys. Know that her family in Evansville is so sad to hear of our beautiful cousin passing.
- Joanie DeVillez, EVANSVILLE, Indiana
Mark and boys, I am so sorry about Cynthia. She was a wonderful cousin to me and all her cousins. Growing up she never minded us younger girls invading her space. She styled our hair and talked to us about everything. She had such a loving way . Although we hadn’t seen each other in a while, learning of her passing leaves a hole in my heart. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
- Shannon Conder, Oakland City, IN
Wow!! I was so shocked to hear this news. What an angel that has left us for the heavens above. Wonderful lady
- Michelle sellers, Guyton , Georgia
I’m so sorry to hear about Cynthia! She was a wonderful lady! An amazing and caring soul that everyone loved! My prayers are with you.
- Vivian Randolph, Savannah, GA
I had the pleasure of working with Cynthia in ICU at Candler Hospital. She was such a wonderful person and good friend. I am so sorry for your loss. I know she is in the arms of God!
- Joann Fountain, Savannah, Ga
I was so sorry to hear of Cynthia's passing. I worked with her for many years at Select Specialty Hospital in Savannah, GA. She was a kind, caring person, trustworthy, who lived her faith every day. She was a good friend. The world has lost an exceptional soul and Heacen has gained an angel. Rest in Peace. Love, Debbie
- Debbie Sanford , Sylvania, Georgia
We both had the pleasure of working with Cynthia in the ICU at Candler Hospital. She was so kind and watched our oldest son on a Saturday when we did not have a sitter. She was amazing!! May she Rest In Peace!
- David and Amy Lynn, Stevensville , MT
Mark and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you for strength and understanding. Cindy was such a nice lady and a good neighbor to our daughter and family. She was devoted to her family and loved you all so very much. God rest her soul and give you all strength in the future. God bless you. Herman and Phyllis Peavy
- Peavy, Tybee Island, GA
Mark, I was so sorry to hear about your wife and that you and your family have been ill with COVID. I am praying for you and trust God to be faithful to you during this difficult time. Love and blessings to you and your family.
- Donna Chatham, Macon, GA
To the family of Cynthia Schnabel my condolences to her Husband,Children and grandchildren.Cynthia was a mentor a Nurse Manager while we work at Select Specialty hospital together. I was sad to hear of her passing.R.I.P Ilona Warner.RNC
- Ilona Warner, Savannah, Georgia
Mark, Greg, and Jonathan, So sorry to hear about Cindy. What a kind and generous spirit she was! You all will be in my prayers.
- Therese Powers, SAVANNAH, GA
Mark, Greg and Jonathan I am so sorry to hear about Cynthia. We go back a long way. Matt Drew Susan and I will keep you in our prayers.
- The Hunts, Savannah, Ga
Mark, Jonathan, Greg & family —- It is with heavy hearts that our family offers our condolences for the passing of Cindy. We were so blessed to have had a neighbor and friend like Cindy. She was always checking on our family and exemplified the meaning of being a Christian. We will always treasure our years that we had with Cindy and we will be here for all of you as time goes on. All of you will remain in our thoughts and prayers. Love Kirk, Miriam, Garrett, Cameron, & Carson Shuler
- Kirk Shuler, Savannah, GA
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
- A Private Service Will Be Held