Lynda Marie Dwyer

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  • "Hi Lynda, Today is the 3rd anniversary of your leaving us...."
    - roberta poli
  • "Happy Birthday Lynda Just wanted you to know i am thinking..."
    - roberta
  • "Lynda, You will be missed!! I admire your strength! I am..."
    - Lisa, Mark and Grace O'Brien
  • "To Dorothy and Russ- It's been many years, but you are..."
    - Drew (aka RoscoeIII) Cole
  • "RIP LYNDA. Such a nice Gal and I am sorry to hear this..."
    - emily elmore
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DWYER Lynda Marie (Felt), 60, of Weymouth died peacefully in her sleep May twelfth, after a three-year battle with ccancer. Lynda was a graduate of Silver Lake Regional High School and Cape Cod Community College. She worked for the New England Phone Company --throughout its divestitures and name changes-- from her teenage years until her death while a Verizon employee. Lynda was an avid animal rescuer before it was popular to be one. She worked with several veterinary clinics and organizations to rescue, neuter, and place abandoned and feral cats in homes. In her childhood and youth she was driven to feed and shelter toads, ducks, doves, kittens, and one blind dog. Her passion for salt-water fishing, however, was not hampered by her love for other forms of wildlife. Lynda’s volunteer service also included organizing and supervising several cooperative food pantries in the Weymouth area and working with other charitable organizations like the Telephone Pioneers of America. Lynda was a tireless bargain hunter and scavenger. She would buy, barter, or salvage any item that she thought would be of use to someone she knew, or was yet to meet. All her friends and family have reminders of her devotion to Yankee-style trading and the re-purposing of abandoned things. She liked blues, Anne Murray, and any good female vocalist. She loved to work in her garden, in fact, anyone’s garden. She was, perhaps, at her happiest when sitting among yanked-up weeds and piles of good earth. She hated to be fussed over and made no bones about it. Lynda is survived by her mother, Dorothy Lynn Felt of Kingston, her brother and sister-in-law Russ and Suzanne Felt of Salem, and her dearest friend Roberta Beth Poli of Weymouth. Services will be private. For Memorial guestbook please visit: wwww.cartmellfuneralhome.com

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Published in Boston Herald on May 22, 2013
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