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Lyndall Rae Ward

Annapolis, Maryland

Nov 4, 1939 – Feb 5, 2018


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John M. Taylor Funeral Home Obituary

Lyndall Rae Ward passed on February 5, 2018 in Annapolis. Lyndall was a lifelong resident of Eastport. She graduated from Annapolis High School in1957 and was banker for over 40 years. Lyndall loved animals, especially dogs. She was a member of St. Martin's Lutheran Church. Lyndall was...

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Sincerest sympathy to the family and friends of Ms. Ward. May the memories of her love and kindness support you through this difficult time. Ps. 16:2

I will miss you
and send this candle
so you may have light always

I worked with Lyndall at The Permit Application Center A A Co..She was a kind and gracious lady whom I admired for her attention to her appearance. She and I shared numerous talks about her beagles. She always said hey to my husband, Donald who worked at the Easport Post Office - I was shocked to her of her passing. I know God is welcoming her into his kingdom.

So sorry to hear about Lyndall. She and I spent so much of our childhoods together. We rode our bikes constantly up and down Parkwood and Springdale. I will miss her.

Cousin Lyndall was a kind, free spirit who lived life on her own terms. She was a fiercely independent woman and in a small way she was a role model for me as a child. I appreciate her friends and neighbors who helped her to stay in her home untill close to the end of her life. She is with her parents now.

May God's loyal love and the fond memories of your loved one comfort you during this difficult time. Psalms 119:76.

To the family,I send my condolences. May you find comfort in each other and strength in Gods word. Psalm 91:2

My condolences to your family during this difficult time. May the promise in 1 Thessalonians 4:14 comfort your family.

May the God of all comfort strengthen the family during this time of deep sorrow. Those who pass on, God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. My sincerest condolences. (Psalms 116:15)