LYNNE E. PAPE
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(nee Jones), age 70, of Strongsville, passed away November 18, 2020. Beloved wife of 45 years to David; loving mother of Kevin (Sara Kuntzler) and Bryan (Rachel); cherished grandmother of Benjamin, Aspen and Calliope. Lynne was the proud business owner of Northcoast Therapy, where she was an occupation therapist, helping children with special needs throughout the greater Cleveland area. Private family services were held. The family suggests that donations may be made the Alzheimer's Association, www.alz.org/donate.www.dostalbokas.com


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Published in The Plain Dealer from Nov. 20 to Nov. 22, 2020.
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November 25, 2020
My fun memories of "Jonesy" began as kids and went through our years shared at Columbia Hills. I respected the work she did and her upbeat personality. My deepest condolences to Dave and the boys.
Bill Purper
Friend
November 23, 2020
I'd like to say what I've often said about Lynne-- that she's one of the nicest people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. Rest in peace, dear Lynne. We'll miss you.
Deb Jaquays Thomas
Friend
November 23, 2020
Lynne ("Jones") was such a fun, happy, vibrant person. We shared a lot of laughs and some tears, too. Her blue mustang was the best! She was such an accomplished occupational therapist, teacher and successful business women. She was so devoted to Dave, their boys and their grandchildren.
Dave, I am not sure how you made it through this journey so lovingly, patient, and strong. Bless you for your devotion. Lynne, your struggles are behind you. May you find the peace you so deserve.
Thank you for your friendship,
Love,
Rip
Laureen Mooney
Friend
November 23, 2020
My deepest condolences on the loss of your wife/mother/grandmother. Lynne was my second cousin once removed but we were only three years apart in age. I have very fond memories of her from my early childhood. Especially the time we spent together at the Gem Beach cottage. But also times when my grandmother would take me to visit Lynne and she and I would go to the mall together. She was kind to a tagalong younger cousin. And ours names appeared on the transom of the fishing boat her dad (my favorite uncle) and my grandpa owned together: The Cathy Lynne. Having just lost our mother, Lynne’s cousin, to the same insidious disease, I am empathetic with the you for the long journey you’ve made and how it feels at the end. Again, on behalf of me and my sisters, our deepest condolences.
Cathy Carlozzi
Family
November 23, 2020
The world needs more people like Lynne. She was such a special person. When she walked in a room everyone’s face lit up. Condolences to you and your family Dave.
Kathy and Tom Neuendorf
Friend
November 23, 2020
Lynney Pooh knew how to have fun, we laughed a lot, she was the backbone of us girls, was always generous and kind. Her work was important, a contribution to the world. May she Rest In Peace and May she know she was deeply loved...blessings to Dave and family too. Valerie
Valerie Kack
Friend
November 23, 2020
We have wonderful memories of Lynne from our high school years. She was always smiling and such fun! Our deepest sympathies to Dave and family.
Ava & Chris Kennedy
Friend
November 22, 2020
Lynne was the consummate professional and compassionate about what she did. I had the privilege of working with Lynne at both CCBDD and Strongsville schools. We worked on some challenging and rewarding situations together and she always had the best interests of the children in mind while developing solutions to help them. I was so saddened to read that she has passed and offer my deepest condolences to her family.

Sue Deck Herman
Sue Deck Herman
Coworker
November 22, 2020
We were very said to hear of Lynne’s passing. Our condolences to Dave and Lynnes boys and their family’s . Bob and Pam Kunkle
PamKunkle
Friend
November 22, 2020
SO many fond and fun memories during our school years. Lynne and her blue 'stang convertible. A genuine friend to all she met.
Rest in Peace Dear Friend.
Donna McClelland
Classmate
November 22, 2020
Lynne was a wonderful and helpful coworker during her years with CCBDD.Lynne was a truly gifted and caring person. So many children and families benefitted from knowing her. I was very sorry to read of your loss.
Rina Brosse
Coworker
November 22, 2020
Lynn was a true advocate of special needs children. She was a great therapist and role model. She helped me and my students to achieve success in their daily endeavors. So fortunate to have known and worked with her.
Sue Flick, former Strongsville Special Ed. Teacher
Sue Flick
Teacher
November 21, 2020
I’m so very sorry to see this. Lynne was an important part of our lives for many years - funny, kind, smart and beautiful. Big love to Dave and boys....she was one in a million ❤❤
Chris Coyne Ross
November 21, 2020
Everybody liked Lynne --- everybody.
Fred Colli
Friend
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