Lynn (Daniels, Horner) SIBLEY

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  • "I remember Lynn' long blond hair, her friendly personality..."
    - Rosalia (Rosie Clayton) Zoudlik
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    - Pete Daniels
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SIBLEY, Lynn (formerly Daniels and Horner) 11/7/1948 - 8/28/2017 A celebration of her life will be held Friday, September 8, 2017 at 18 Sunset St., Longmont, CO 80501 from 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. She was born to Ted and Helen Daniels and raised in Tucson, Arizona and was the eldest of four siblings. A caretaker from an early age, Lynn helped her mother take care of her three siblings after their father's untimely death and for the rest of her life did all she could to help those around her. Later she moved to Flagstaff, AZ for college, married her first husband (George Horner), entered motherhood, and became an active and dedicated barber and business owner at Greenlaw Wash and Kut. It was while working here several years later that she met Dennis Sibley, and in 1979 they were married. Lynn lived in many different communities, (Flagstaff, AZ, Mokena, IL, Burlington and Bar Harbor, ME, Zephyrhills, FL) and in every one she was quick to make friends and make a positive difference. She loved dancing, traveling, swimming, and above all else spending time around her family. Lynn is survived by her husband Dennis Sibley (Burlington, ME); brother, Pete (Kari) Daniels (Arizona); sisters, Kitty (Ed) Moore (Utah) and Eve (John) Orr (Hawaii); son, Damon Horner (Illinois); daughters, Wendy Horner (Longmont, CO) and Anaika (Chris) Sibley (Castle Rock, CO); stepsons, Denny (Terry) Sibley (Illinois), Dan (Jane) Sibley (Maine), and stepdaughters, Kathy (Brad) Tolman (Illinois), LaDonna (Alan) Browsey (South Dakota). She was an amazing and beloved daughter, sister, cousin, wife, mother, step-mother, aunt, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend to countless people who will miss her immeasurably.

Published in the Arizona Daily Star on Sept. 6, 2017
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