In Memory

Lynne Holiday (Lazelle)

Lynne Holiday (Lazelle)

LYNNE C. LAZELLE, beloved wife of the late George C. Lazelle. Lynn retired after 20 years of service at Quadax. She is survived by a son, daughter, and grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at St. Angela Merici Church, 20970 Lorain Rd., Fairview Park on Friday at 3 p.m.

Not sure what year it was but this looks a lot like it.  We had a lot of fun adventures in it (her mom's vehicle).

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10/13/14 03:10 PM #1    

Carol Walling (Savarda)

Dear Lynne,

I am just stunned to hear of your passing.  My heart goes out to your son, your daughter, the rest of  your family and of course your friends, which after spending only a few hours with will undoubtedly be many.

Thanks to Ellen, I was re-introduced to you and so enjoyed  visiting with you and catching up on the many years since high school.   I will especially miss your smile.  I'm so glad you decided to reunite with us.  Thank you and thank you too, Ellen, for bringing Lynne to us.  May God Bless you and yours.   Carol Walling Savarda 

10/13/14 04:18 PM #2    

Nancy Westerfield (Depew)

lynne, i'm also so glad to see you these last few years,you were one quite lady,but so,so nice. i use to see you at my hospital alot of times over the years, but really got to know you better these last few. god rest your soul, you will be truly missed my,nancy

10/24/14 06:52 PM #3    

Linda Peate (Powrie)

In Aug. when we went to a mini reunion at Panini's when Barb was here, Lynne sat next to me and we talked & reminisced about being in Goldie Strawn's shorthand class.  Laurie Dellinger & some of us sat next to each other & she called us "Magpies" and told us to "stop that buzzing".  Who knew she wouldn't be here to discuss things further about those fun times.  I am so sad her tether on earth was so short.  We need to reach out and be kind to one another as we see life slip away for some of our classmates.  No more "cliques", no more ignoring people because they might be overweight, or have illnesses we can't possibly understand, or weren't someone you "liked" in high school.  We are adults in the twilight years and need to cherish every day!  Just my feelings as I go on for these last yrs. as a class.

04/03/18 04:18 AM #4    

Ellen Aspinwall (Templar)

It's taken me these 4 years to write about Lynne. It is not easy as she was, is and always will be one of my BFFs. We moved to RR about the same time in 3rd grade, met and instantly became BFFs. We lived in close proximity with me on Riverview and her on Wooster. We could walk back and forth to each other's houses and did so on a regular basis. Not far from her house was a store we would visit for ice cream bars. We played at my house together often and at hers. You get the gist. I'm not sure when, but at some point her mother remarried and they moved to Bay Village.  Fast forward to our junior year in HS---Lynne walked through the back door of the HS as Laurie and I were walking the hall in that direction. Eyes met and instant recognition occurred. It was like the years in between never happened---we literally picked up where we had left off. And there were many fun and interesting adventures in that old Studebaker of her mother's as well as my mom's Chevy Nova convertible. While our contact wasn't always frequent over the years, we never lost touch with each other. Christmas and birthdays were always remembered. As I spent more time starting a few years ago in Ohio, we spent much time together having more fun adventures and great girl time. Lynne was an excellent cook and prepared meals for me and for my son when he visited. Both my daughter (named in part after Lynne) and granddaughter took to her instantly on visits. She so enjoyed being reconnected with classmates at the minis she attended. Her passing was a shock as I had just visited her in the hospital where the docs had given her a new lease on life with upcoming new treatments. I miss you, Lynnie, love you and always will.

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