Cindy Daffara

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Cindy Daffara
Northwoods Office Assistant
On Staff since 2012

Phone: (715) 479-7474 x201
Email: 


About Cindy

I grew up on the crest hill side of Joliet, IL. I attended Joliet Junior College and married my husband Jim in 1981. We moved to Wheaton, IL in 1986 where we raised our daughter Kathryn. I worked full-time at Wheaton College with Facilities Management from 1994 until 2012, when I left to take this current position at HoneyRock in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin. 

In 1971 I realized I needed Jesus Christ to be my Savior and with the Holy Spirit's help, have been following Him since.  I had the privilege to attend "church" camp, it was one of the significant places where I grew in my relationship with Him.  God has proven Himself faithful throughout the years, even when I wasn't faithful to Him. I pray that the first question of the Westminster Catechism describes me: "What is the chief end of man? To glorify God, and to enjoy Him forever." At least, that's what I want to strive for.

The thing I enjoy best about working at HoneyRock is the location, location, location! I am blessed by the work atmosphere and community. 

Northwoods Office Assistant
On Staff since 2012

Phone: (715) 479-7474 x201
Email: 


About Cindy

I grew up on the crest hill side of Joliet, IL. I attended Joliet Junior College and married my husband Jim in 1981. We moved to Wheaton, IL in 1986 where we raised our daughter Kathryn. I worked full-time at Wheaton College with Facilities Management from 1994 until 2012, when I left to take this current position at HoneyRock in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin. 

In 1971 I realized I needed Jesus Christ to be my Savior and with the Holy Spirit's help, have been following Him since.  I had the privilege to attend "church" camp, it was one of the significant places where I grew in my relationship with Him.  God has proven Himself faithful throughout the years, even when I wasn't faithful to Him. I pray that the first question of the Westminster Catechism describes me: "What is the chief end of man? To glorify God, and to enjoy Him forever." At least, that's what I want to strive for.

The thing I enjoy best about working at HoneyRock is the location, location, location! I am blessed by the work atmosphere and community.