Obituary: Memorial to Lynn
Lyne was our friend for 30 years. She unexpectedly died in her sleep at her home in Cedaredge, Colo. Lyne and I shared Minnesota memories, recipes, decorating ideas and a love of dogs. We commiserated about our families, and often she was our marriage mediator. She had a huge heart — helping anyone in need and often using her own money. Her boundless energy resulted in holding several part-time jobs, a full-time job and volunteering at the Cedaredge Animal Rescue Thrift Store. She loved to fish and share her catch with us. She loved snowmobiling, cooking and spending time at her cabin with Jim. Her New Year’s Eve bonfires were legendary. We miss her so! With heavy hearts, we say:
Now it’s time to let you go
Your spirit is finally free.
Though you won’t really be gone
Because you’ll live inside of me
— Rollee and Phil Smith
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