Cynthia Stapleton moved to Fredericksburg in 2015 after many years of relocating with the military as the spouse of a Navy pilot. After holidaying in the area for more than 20 years visiting family, Cynthia and her husband decided to make Fredericksburg their permanent home, establishing roots in this wonderful community to provide stability for their three young daughters. Cynthia has witnessed the dramatic growth of the Fredericksburg area over the years and is excited to help the community continue to grow and prosper.
Cynthia’s first career was as a Licensed Audiologist. After earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Spring Hill College in Mobile, Ala., she attended Northeastern University in Boston, Mass., earning a Master’s of Science in Audiology with a specialization in pediatric care and difficult to test clientele. As a caring and knowledgeable professional, Cynthia listened intently to her client’s concerns, frustrations, and hardships regarding their hearing loss in order to fit them with an appropriate hearing device. Her compassion and kindness allowed her to build a loyal clientele while providing her with tremendous satisfaction having connected people with their world again through the sense of sound.
Cynthia extended her passion for helping others by volunteering countless hours supporting community schools to improve the learning environment for neighborhood children. She is the mother of three very active girls and as such has volunteered numerous times to be a room mom, organize class events, plan parties, and oversee fundraisers. She has also spearheaded the planning and execution of school-wide fundraisers, special events, and meetings. Cynthia is committed to ensuring that our schools provide the best learning environment for its students, as those children are the future of our community.
During Cynthia’s time as the spouse of a Navy Commander, she was an active advisor to her husband’s aviation squadrons, acting as a counselor and mentor to junior spouses and service members. Over the years she opened her home for squadron events countless times to benefit service members, their spouses, children, and various charity organizations. She enjoyed getting to know each service member and their family, and considered it an honor to assist these families in any capacity. Cynthia endured eight deployments in varying capacities during her relationship with her husband and successfully rose to meet the challenges that occur during the difficult times of being separated from one’s spouse. Her “can-do” attitude of fortitude and commitment provided her the extra stamina and strength to successfully raise three strong and compassionate children while alone for months on end.
Cynthia has lived in 11 homes over the last 16 years, and is very experienced at finding just the right home given a list of desires and needs. She and her husband have renovated, remodeled, or revamped every home they have lived in. Seeking homes with “good bones,” Cynthia can visualize improvements required and propose a plan to meet those needs based on budget and time. She is very attentive to detail; nothing is over looked in the decoration of her homes, from the color of the walls, to the trim on the pillows, to the fabric on the lampshades.
Cynthia Stapleton is a committed individual with moxie, and a career as a Realtor is her calling. She is experienced with organization, time management and self-motivation. Cynthia has proven experience in satisfying clients’ needs by keeping their desires paramount and working diligently to meet their expressed goals.
“I have had the pleasure of counting Cynthia as a colleague and friend for the past 15 years. She began as a student placed in our clinic for an internship. She was curious and eager and was an asset to our office. Our connection continued once her internship ended and I found her to be dedicated to her field and tireless in her devotion to her patients. Personally, she is a cherished friend and is known as a wonderful mother to her three daughters. I understand that her career path has changed, but I have no reservation that she will tackle her new challenges head-on and will be very successful.” —Lisa Klop, Educational Specialist, Siemens Hearing Aids