lost her battle with cancer on February 11,
2005. She will be missed by everyone that she
has touched in the Canaan Community. Parents,
children, and teachers alike will miss the beautiful,
warm hugs we received each and every morning
Lynn always put
herself last when it came to the children of our
door was always open and her house was a safe haven for many who needed to be
loved. Children big and small enjoyed her laughter
and her big heart. Yes, her heart was huge.
Always giving, never wanting to receive anything
Lynn was the most honest, loving, compassionate, and
genuine person you'd ever meet. She will remain in our hearts forever.
parting has left a void, then fill it with
Let's not stand and weep
For Lynn is far too busy to sleep.
She was a faithful, honest and loving friend.
Who didn't want to leave her daughter, Laura in
She is now amongst the thousand winds that blow
She is within the glistening snow.
She is warm sunlight
And gentle Spring rain
She is in every blade of grain.
She is as quiet as birds in flight
She is the soft stars that shine in the night.
She continues to weave her web of joy
On every single girl and boy
Who knew her present and past
Their cherished memories of Lynn will last and
~Susan R. Stein
Lynn & Laura 2002
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Midi playing is: And I love you so
Photo by Mrs. "Z"
Second photo by Mrs. Susan Stein at the Canaan