In Memory

Lynn Doucette (Lampedecchio)

Lynn Doucette (Lampedecchio)

 

So sad to hear this

Will always remember you as a good and kind friend.  

Remembering your sweet beautiful smile,

 



 
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03/23/16 04:53 PM #1    

William Carr

Lynn was my next door neighbor all my young life. I still saw her on the 4th at the parade. I saw her at her last day of work at Glover due to her illness. This sucks, she was so great. Only the good die young, that's why I'm going to live to be very old......willy carr


03/23/16 09:21 PM #2    

Pauline Harwood (Wright)

 

 So sorry to hear this, I never knew her well, but we were in class together at pollard

 

 

 


03/24/16 02:38 PM #3    

Thomas Murphy

Lynn was a special person. My first kiss. I gave her a ride on my two seat bike. I thought I was the luckiest guy alive. Lynn was bright, lovely and kind. When I'm scanning the classmate profile... Lynn's name comes up and I wonder how she is doing....So it is is with great sadness I her of her passing     Tommy Murphy


03/29/16 02:08 AM #4    

Paul Connors

My very first girl friend...those enless summers on Lindberg Ave, hanging at the Mitchell School play ground and later on the sweet sidewalks of Webster Street...Hanging with Lynn, Janet Kreuger, Debbie Faye...the "cool" girls...trying to figure out what it was all about...

 


08/19/16 01:51 PM #5    

Deborah Fay (Bassett)

Lynn and Janet Krueger were my best friends at Mitchell School.  Lots of fond memories.  After going separate directions in our lives, we reconnected several years ago for some fun Girls Get Togethers.  I think of Lynn often and miss her smiling face.


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