In Memory

Lynn Lytle (Stadtmiller)

Lynn Lytle (Stadtmiller)

Fairport, NY:  March 29, 2020

Lynn Lytle Stadtmiller of Fairport, NY, a wonderful wife, sister, aunt, and friend, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 29, 2020, at age 66.

Lynn was a gentle person with a kind heart. Always with a mischievous twinkle, she loved life, being social and spending time with family and friends. She worked at Lifetime Health for many years and more recently at the Irondequoit Wegmans. She will be forever missed.

Lynn is survived by her devoted husband, Bob; stepchildren, Staci Avel, Kevin Stadtmiller and Kristi Crandell; 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Sisters and brother, Sheila Lytle, Deborah (James) Brennan, Robin (Scott) Summers, Kelly Lytle, Mary Katharine (Philip) Bator, Terry (Bill) Maulsby, Louise (Dan) Kielszak, Margie (Steve) Salt, Betty (Dan) Kern, Edward (Kelly) Gilligan and Maureen (Bill) Sharp. Brothers and sisters-in-law, Thomas (Diane) Stadtmiller and Mary Ann (Dan) Guzylak and many loving nieces and nephews.

A celebration of her life will take place at a later date.

Obituary published in the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle on April 1, 2020.

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04/09/20 12:31 PM #1    

Scott Flanagan

Lynn was always smiling and so positve I always made sure I wished her happy birthday on her facebook page every year which I did last week then to see she had passed days before devastated me  I  will always remember her kindness rest in peace Lyn 

04/09/20 07:27 PM #2    

Barb Yaekel (Cole)

I ran into Lyn a couple of years ago with my daughter and grandsons. We had such a great time cation up and reminiscing. So am sad to hear of her passing. She was such a sweetheart. Rest In Peace Lyn. 

04/09/20 07:33 PM #3    

Tina Franz (Maxfield)

Lynn was a friendly ,positive person who seemed to see the good in everybody.  She is now at peace.

04/10/20 07:10 AM #4    

Laurie Lupinetti (Brooks)

My sympathies to Lynn's family. I agree with all the other posts. Lynn was very sweet and had a constant smile.I    also ran into her at Irondequoit Wegmans a few years ago and we talked about getting together which we sadly never did . That's a good lesson for us all to not wait and set a date! You were a good person Lynn and will be remembered fondly. 



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