Lynn Lee Strohecker (Strohecker)
I was saddened to hear of Lynn's passing. I grew up with Lynn in Edmondson Village, she lived on Augusta Ave and I on Cranston. I'm so sorry for your loss.
My Thoughts and prayers are with you always.
I'm still trying to process the loss of my Best Friend. God gave us an extra 17 years together. I was so grateful for.
Lynn never complained she excepted her challenges one at a time. I admired her strength till the end when God took her in his arms.
I will miss her sense of humor,reminiscing of old times,making peanut butter balls,shopping for Annalee dolls,craft shows,going to the movies,late lunches,sitting at the beach and most of all her love. These memories I will always hold in my heart.
Till we see each other again my BFF.
Maria King - Not sure if you will see this but please contact me at email@example.com. Thanks!
Dear Kelly and Chris how sad I feel at this moment. I am thinking of all those'
peanut butter easter eggs your mom and I used to make. I am going down
memory lane and remembering all the fun times with your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both.
with Smypathy ,
Maria and Billy King
So sorry to hear about Lynn, my deepest sympathy..