Cindy Puente Obituary, Death – In a somber statement, the Brownsville Fire Department laments the passing of a brave pioneer, retired Firefighter Cindy Puente. Her death has left a hole in the hearts of the firefighting community and a legacy that will be an inspiration for years to come. After a long and courageous battle with cancer, courageous fireman Cindy Puente passed away. Fearlessly paving the way for women in a historically male-dominated sector,
her 20-year career was a watershed moment for the Brownsville Fire Department. Cindy’s fortitude and dedication inspired more women to pursue careers in firefighting, proving that females are just as capable of selfless acts as their male counterparts. Unified in their sorrow, the firefighters of Brownsville pay tribute to Cindy’s lifelong commitment to helping others. Her influence goes far beyond her official responsibilities,
helping to shape the department’s culture and promote an inclusive atmosphere. Her colleagues will never forget her for her firefighting prowess alone, but also for the kindness, mentoring, and tenacity she brought to every mission. The Brownsville Fire Department sends its deepest condolences to Cindy Puente’s loved ones at this time of collective grief in the fire service.
Her life and work are an inspiration and a tribute to the perseverance and fortitude of the firefighting brotherhood. The Brownsville Fire Department would like to remember Cindy Puente, a dedicated firefighter whose legacy will live on through the people she has inspired. We will never forget you, Cindy Puente. #InMemoriam #CindyPuente #BrownsvilleFD #TrailblazerLegacy