Cynthia Marie Wollmann

 October 5, 1962 ~ January 11, 2020

Cynthia Marie Wollmann, 57, Sioux Falls, died Friday, January 11, 2020, at home after a courageous battle with cancer.

Visitation will be 5-7pm, Thursday, January 16, 2020, at Trinity Lutheran Church, rural Hartford, SD.  Memorial Services will be 10am, January 17, also at Trinity Lutheran.

   Cynthia Marie Moe was born on October 5, 1962, to Delphys and Ramona (Reed) Moe, in Sioux Falls. Cindy held a firm faith in Christ. She believed in Jesus Christ as her Savior and was brought to the baptismal font a sinner and saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, all a gift from God. She was confirmed by Pastor Don Niedringhaus on October 31, 1977, Brandon Lutheran Church. Cindy graduated in 1980 from Brandon Valley High School in Brandon, SD. Upon graduation, she attended South Dakota Barber College in Sioux Falls, SD. Cindy operated a barbershop in Brandon, SD for many years before becoming the operations coordinator at Billion motors in Sioux Falls. 

Cindy married Rodney Selken in 1995 and lived in Brandon, SD until his passing in 2002. In 2004 she married Lance Wollmann. The couple resided in Hartford where she spent many hours training her beloved dogs. Cindy was diligent in preparing her dogs for their hunt tests. Her dogs are quite accomplished in their training. A black lab, she called Bret Maverick, received much of her attention. She enjoyed hunting with her family and having a beer reminiscing about those hunts and other memories they made together.    

    Cindy will be deeply missed by her husband, Lance Wollmann, Hartford, SD; step-daughter Angie (Matt) McPherson, Sioux Falls, SD; her mother, Ramona Moe, Sioux Falls; five siblings, Ron (Pam) German, Howard, SD, Doug (Jayne) Moe, Brandon, SD, Carol (Johnny) Grimsrud, Andover, SD, Diana (Wayne) Shotwell, Sioux Falls, and Lyndsey (Judy) Wollmann, Brookings, SD; 13 nieces, nephews, and 18 great-nieces and nephews.

    Cindy was preceded in death by her first husband, Rodney; her father, Del; one brother, Butch Moe; her grandparents; and one nephew, Grant Dupuy.

Thank you all for joining me in my Celebration of Life.

I love you all~


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  • Jammie Koepp says:

    Sending you all my deepest sympathy

  • Carolyn Elam says:

    She will be missed alway had a smile on her face and a friendly word to brighten your day..
    Rest In Peace my friend.
    Carolyn Elam

  • Bobby & Holly Swenson says:

    Dear Family,
    We were sorry to hear of Cindy’s passing. We always enjoyed her spunky personality and admired her attitude and courage in fighting her cancer. Our sympathy to you all.
    Bobby & Holly

  • Julie Swenson says:

    Thinking of your family, my thoughts are with you all. Thinking of all the memories and smiling!!

  • Marilyn and Jacob says:

    Rest easy my friend your journey is done, condolences to Cindy’s family

  • Elaine Nash says:

    Diana and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember that huge smile. Thinking of you.

  • Barbara Wakeman says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Cindy was a great mentor and friend, I will miss her very much. We worked together for a time. She was so supportive and kind to a young woman, figuring out the world. I won’t forget her kindness or wisdom she taught me ever.

  • Darwin Wollmann says:

    Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and Prayers to you and your family.

  • Marilyn and Jacob Braaten says:

    Cindy and Rodney were a big part of my son’s life when he was young you will be dearly missed and prayers to Cindy’s family

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