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Lynn Aloi

Baldwinsville, New York

Feb 12, 1958 – Jan 31, 2019

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Lynn M. Aloi January 31, 2019 Lynn M. Aloi, 60, of Baldwinsville passed away January 31, 2019. Born on February 12, 1958, Lynn was a devoted mother, loving sister, aunt, and Godmother. She is predeceased by both her parents, Jeanne McDonough Campanelli and Lawrence J. Campanelli Sr. of Auburn,...

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Rob, I am so sorry for your loss. I know how much you both loved one another.

We are so sorry for your loss Rob, Lynn was such a kind, sweet and talented person who will live on in our memories forever. We were all so deeply saddened by the horrific news of her passing. I know this must be so hard for you, knowing what true soulmates you really were. My thoughts are with you and her family. I hope knowing how much you meant to Lynn provides you comfort in overcoming this emotional pain during this difficult time. Sincerely, Rob and Clare

Gone to soon, Robert, My most deepest sincerest HEARTFELT Condolences....It was because of you That myself and other staff members at Lemoyne were blessed with meeting such a Beautiful person inside and out . I AM Thankful for the time that I was able to work under such a dynamic persons direction ..Thank You Robert for giving us the opportunity to experience what a wonderful person ... your girlfriend / Best friend Lyn was ...You both were the epitome of what a healthy fun loving...

Gone to soon, Robert, My most deepest sincerest HEARTFELT Condolences....It was because of you That myself and other staff members at Lemoyne were blessed with meeting such a Beautiful person inside and out . I AM Thankful for the time that I was able to work under such a dynamic persons direction ..Thank You Robert for giving us the opportunity to experience what a wonderful person ... your girlfriend / Best friend Lyn was ...You both were the epitome of what a healthy fun loving...

Lynn it was a pleasure to work with you, and even though I didn't know you for very long.....you had a free and easy spirit. I will miss you, you left us before your time, dear one
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I am so glad that we both took the time to meet up again and share some memories and laughs about our time at Cayuga. Green Grass and High Tides my old friend.