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Face Time with Cynthia Kieckhefer

Get to know Batavia resident


Batavia resident Cynthia Kieckhefer, 60, was in St. Charles when she answered questions for the Kane County Chronicle's Brenda Schory.

Schory: Where did you grow up?
Kieckhefer:
Posen

Schory: Do you have any pets?
Kieckhefer:
Two cats named Calvin and Minky Winkers

Schory: Who would play you in the movie of your life?
Kieckhefer:
Jamie Lee Curtis

Schory: First job?
Kieckhefer:
I worked at an animal clinic as a kennel girl.

Schory: As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Kieckhefer:
I wanted to own my own business, but I ended up as a registered nurse.

Schory: Book or movie you would recommend?
Kieckhefer:
“Moonstruck”

Schory: Favorite charity?
Kieckhefer:
I support Mutual Ground through the Batavia Woman’s Club. And you can support them at our 10th annual Luncheon and Fashion Show fundraiser for Mutual Ground at 10 a.m. Oct. 27 at the Q Center, 1405 N. Fifth Ave., St. Charles. Tickets are $60 and can be purchased online at www.bataviawomansclub.org. The deadline to order is Oct. 12.

Schory: Favorite ice cream flavor?
Kieckhefer:
Cookies and cream

Schory: Favorite local restaurant?
Kieckhefer:
Eden on the River in St. Charles

Schory: What is an interesting fact about yourself?
Kieckhefer:
I went to Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights and I was with 12 madrigals singing Christmas carols to Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley in his office when I was 16. I was singing a high soprano part and it was hard for me. He gave me a thumbs up and winked at me. I was so giddy.

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