Lynette Marie-McConnell-Obituary

Lynette Marie (Utz) McConnell

Lodi, California

1953 - 2018

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Lynette Marie (Utz) McConnell, 65, died on August 22, 2018 at her home in Lodi, CA. She was born on January 30, 1953 in Oahu, Hawaii to Joseph and Betty Utz. She attended local schools and graduated from Lodi High in 1971. Lynette worked as a sales assistance for over 30 years in the Lodi area...

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Terry, So sorry for your loss. She was such a beautiful person. I have not seen you guys in 20 years but will never forget our times at Valley together and spending time with the two of you.
Rochelle Dameron Sousa

Terry, so sorry to here of your loss. We never met, but during our conversations together, she sounded like a wonderful person. Again, my wife and I are thinking about you.
Joe and Barbara Barber

Terry, So sorry to hear of Lynnette passing away. I knew her in high school. She was one of the nicest girls I knew and always smiling. I was so happy when I found out you were married to Lynnette. We all shared some great times. My prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. Cheryl Hitchcock

Lynette and I went to high school together and I remember her as very sweet and kind. Over the years we ran into each other a few times and we would always hug and catch up like no time had passed. She was so special. My sincere condolences to her family and friends. RIP my friend.

Terry, so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife. Marilyn Solorio reached out to me and let me know the sad news. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time.

Manuel and I lived across the street from Terry and Lynette for many years. Lynette had so many reasons to be bitter or to feel sorry for herself; yet she always had a smile and positive comment for all of us. She laughed more about all her physical ailments than she complained about them. She and I attended Zion Church together, and she was loved by so many people there. Recently, I asked God for a miracle to cure her many problems; I think the miracle was that He took her home to heaven...

Lynette was one of the strongest and most positive person we have ever known. She always had a knack for making you feel special. She and Terry were always there for us and any other neighbor who might need them no matter what the circumstance. Lynette certainly left her mark on so many lives and we will truly miss her.