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Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018
2:00 PM
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Carolyn Gardner "Lynne" Herrnkind

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Carolyn Gardner "Lynne" Herrnkind Obituary
Carolyn "Lynne" Gardner Herrnkind

Tallahassee - Lynne Herrnkind peacefully went to rest on the 22nd of November 2018 surrounded by her family.

Lynne was born February 27, 1941. She was raised in upstate New York in the small town of Berkshire. Lynne received her B.S. degree in Math Education from University at Albany (NY). Later, she moved to Miami FL to teach mathematics at Palmetto Junior High. Afterwards, she moved to Tallahassee Florida to raise her family and continued to work, as a coordinator for VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program of the I.R.S. Lynne also volunteered regularly for her children's schools and classes, while working part-time at Tallahassee Federal Savings & Loan. Her interests were writing poetry, calligraphy, reading, gardening, crossword puzzles, sewing & crafting, and travelling. Lynne was quick to smile, welcomed all, and treated everyone as friends.

Lynne Herrnkind is preceded in death by her son Daniel, parents Maurice and Margaret Gardner, and brothers Harry and David. She is survived by her loving husband of 56 years Dr. William "Bill" F. Herrnkind, daughter LeAnn Hirschman & husband Chuck, grandchildren - Alessandra, Adriana, Chaz, and by marriage CJ, Katie, and Celeste. She is survived also by her sisters Grace (Howland), Diane (Shaffer), brothers Stanley, Roger and Gary, along with a host of nieces & nephews, and a few stray kitties.

A celebratory memorial service will be held 2 PM, December 8, 2018 at Culley's MeadowWood Funeral Home, 1737 Riggins Rd. Tallahassee 32308.

In lieu of flowers the family requests a donation to Big Bend Hospice, or The Alzheimer's Project.
Published in Tallahassee Democrat on Dec. 6, 2018
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