Lindsay Lane Whitcomb
1951 - 2017
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Lindsay Lane Whitcomb

Yonkers - Lindsay Lane Whitcomb, beloved wife of Robert J. D'Urso, Sr. (Bob) and mother to Nathan Connolly and Dr. Heather Connolly and step-mother to Jeneen D'Urso, passed away in the privacy of her home on Tuesday December 5, 2017 surrounded by the love of her family and by her husband, Bob, the love of her life. She fought bravely and with grace for over two years against glioblastoma. Lindsay was generous of spirit, open hearted and deeply loved her family. She was a retired Manager of Health Information Delivery at March of Dimes where she provided health advocacy and resources to pregnant mothers for over 16 years. She was an avid gardener, lover of art, pottery, music and travel. Most of all she loved spending time with family. Born April 29, 1951 in NYC to Nancy Adams (nee Thomas) and Arthur B. Whitcomb she spent her childhood in Darien, CT, Winnetka, IL, Miami, FL and Pawling, NY. She is a graduate of Abbott Academy, Andover, MA; earned a BA at Wells College, Aurora, NY; and a Master of Health Advocacy from Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY. Lindsay is survived by her mother, Nancy; her husband, Bob; her children, Nathan of Bend, OR (daughter-in-law Patricia Chalmers Connolly) and Heather of Montpelier, VT; her step-daughter, Jeneen of Fairfax, VA; as well as grandchildren Sophia and Alyce Jerome, Arthur Liam Connolly, Matthew and Jessica Cohen; and siblings, Michael Whitcomb, Bruce Whitcomb, Glenny Whitcomb, Tay Espinosa, Abby Adams, Mary Whitcomb, Arthur B. Whitcomb, Jr. There will be a viewing at McGrath and Son, 20 Cedar Street, Bronxville, NY. Calling hours: 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm Saturday, December 9, 2017 and 1-3 pm Sunday, December 10, 2017. Service: 3 pm Sunday December 10 at the Funeral Home.In lieu of flowers, donations are appreciated at: American Cancer Society Parkinson's Foundation The NY Botanical Gardens, Bronx, NY

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Published in The Journal News from Dec. 8 to Dec. 9, 2017.
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December 1, 2020
I continue to see her as I knew her at Abbot...full of energy and so positive. I remember her most on the athletic field as an enthusiastic competitor with a smile on her face.
So sorry for your loss....
Alison Nourse-Miller
January 15, 2018
I attended Abbot Academy with Lindsay. I remember her as kind and caring, with a very positive presence. She was always an enthusiastic participant in her athletic endeavors!

I was fortunate to reconnect with her at our last reunion. I will miss her.

Please accept my condolences for your loss.
Alison Nourse-Miller
January 11, 2018
Lindsay was my first friend at Abbot and one of my roommates.
She had a heart big enough to care for us all and boundless energy and optimism. I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to know her for she was a truly authentic, good and compassionate person. I will never forget her.
Enid Rockwell
January 9, 2018
Lindsay and I were close friends at Abbot Academy. We just reconnected a few years ago, and I was reminded of what a warm, kind and joyous spirit she was. She will be missed. All blessings to Lindsay and her family.
Gali Hagel
January 6, 2018
Lindsay was one of my dearest friends at Abbot Academy (Andover). We first met across the hall in our dormitory, and then we realized that we both lived within 70 miles from one another in Pennsylvania. Lindsay was a beautiful, caring, and brilliant woman, and we stayed in touch occasionally in the last 30 years. Rest in peace dear friend.
Dale Dingledine
December 14, 2017
I remember Lindsay showing off jewelry that her husband Bob had made for her. Once I found her looking through the grass around the parking lot at work (March of Dimes). She was looking for intact acorns that Bob could use as molds for jewelry.

I will miss Lindsay. I would hide out in her office when I needed a reprieve. We would talk and I would leave feeling better. All my best to Lindsay's family.
Ann Umemoto
December 10, 2017
Sleep now & rest. May your family find comfort during this difficult time.
Kathy Farrey-MOD Co-worker
December 9, 2017
Sleep & Reat in Peace
Kathy Farrey
December 8, 2017
Lindsay was a wonderful person that will be missed. Even when sad, she always smiled for me. My condolences to her family. May she sleep in peace.
Pecola Beech
December 8, 2017
I was so sad to learn of Lindsay's passing. My thoughts are with you and your family during this very difficult time.
Lisa Sifre
December 8, 2017
Blessings on the Spirit of Lindsay. I remember a wonderful, wonderful person. I hope that her family will find comfort in their memories of her.
Erlinda Brent
December 7, 2017
May you rest in peace with the Lord.
Ron/Donna Mandato
December 7, 2017
I couldn't have asked for a better friend. Her warmth and wit will be sorely missed.
Wendy Scott-Williams
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