CROMER, LYNN, 57, of Palmetto Bay, passed away on June 19, 2014 after a 15 year battle with breast cancer. Lynn always had a smile on her face and lived a life of extreme optimism. "Life is Good" was her motto. Her cute giggle and curly blond hair will never be forgotten. Lynn is survived by her husband and soulmate of 33 years, Tom; son Robert, CEO of Adcade in NYC and son Casey, a structural engineer in Miami. Lynn's parents Eugene Silverstein (deceased) from Gastonia, NC and Raquel Egozi, from Cuba, met on Miami Beach while each was on vacation. Lynn's early childhood began in NC and then her family moved to Miami to join the rest of the Egozi family while they were building Suave Shoe Corporation. Lynn was especially close to her brother, Mitchell Silverstein (Marcia), a Miami attorney, and their children Matthew & Melissa. Lynn's wonderful and supportive family and friends were a big part of her life. She made friends for a lifetime. She loved people and people loved her. Lynn grew up in North Miami Beach. She then attended Bennington College in Vermont. After living in Spain she returned to Miami. Shortly thereafter she met Tom and they enjoyed every minute of life together. Lynn was a well known and respected real estate broker who became the Owner-Broker and President of Assist 2 Sell Cromer Realty. Lynn helped hundreds of Miami area residents buy and sell homes. While family always came first, Lynn made herself available to help others in the community. Lynn always said, "If you want to get something done, ask a busy person to do it". Her volunteer work was bountiful and she spent numerous hours contributing to the community. Temple Beth Am recently honored Lynn as a Woman of Valor where she was the founding President of the Sisterhood. Lynn had many interests. She loved plants & had a green thumb growing an organic garden each year, made Green Bags "Hand Sewn by Lynn", cultivated orchids, loved to cook, loved her dogs, loved to dance, enjoyed fresh water fly fishing, played Mahjong and quilting. She enjoyed her summers in Mont-Tremblant, Canada. But, by far, Lynn's most gratifying achievement was raising two remarkable sons who will continue to spread her amazing spirit and strength to others. Services will be held at Temple Beth Am 5950 N. Kendall Dr on June 20 at 1:00PM. Donations can be made to the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am.
Published in Miami Herald on June 20, 2014