Lynne F. Albano

Somers, Ct, Massachusetts

1956 - 2019


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Lynne F. Albano, 62, of Somers, CT; passed away peacefully June 4, 2019 at home surrounded by her loving family, following a five year battle with cancer. Born November 17, 1956 in Springfield, MA, she was a daughter to the late Eugene and Mae (Small) Perrault. She was a graduate of East...

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We are so sorry for your loss. I feel like I know each of you as Lynne always talked about her family. We had a lot of fun and laughs with Lynne in Siesta Key. She fought a hard battle for the last 5 years and she is now resting in peace. We know she will be missed by her family and hopefully all the memories will bring you comfort at this time.

To the entire Albano family: Please accept my sincere condolences on Lynne's passing. May the knowledge that friends and family hold you in their thoughts and hearts, give you comfort at this difficult time. Lefty and Jen and all the family, I am so very, very sorry. Bob Campurciani (Campy)

So sorry for the family's loss. In the days ahead, may you find comfort in the God of loyal love and in the promise found at 2 Thessalonians 2:16,17

Our deepest condolences to Lefty and family. We were very fortunate to have had the privilege of making wonderful memories with Lynne and Lefty. Lynne was a very special lady and will be missed.

Our Thoughts and Prayers to Lynne's Family. We are so sorry for your loss.

Michael and Cathy McCall

It was so sad to hear of Lynne's passing. There was always a lot of fun to be had when Lynne was around. I will remember all the good times we had at Elmcrest, Twin Hills and Lake Morey. Rest in peace, my friend!

To the family.
May the God of all comfort strenght you during this difficult time. Those who pass on God keeps in his memory and gives us a wonderful hope to look forward to in the near future..... Hosea 13:14.

Such a beautiful and fun woman and hostess. I cherish the days at Lake Morey Golfing. She was always a bundle of joy. PEACE

Gone is the face we loved so dear. Silent is the voice we loved to hear. Too far away for sight or speech. But not too far for thought to reach!

You may be gone from sight, but you'll never be far from my heart. Rest in Peace, Auntie Lynne.