Lyn Lavallee

Lyn M. Lavallee

Thursday, September 30th, 1954 - Wednesday, January 29th, 2020
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Lyn M. Lavallee, 65, a lifelong area resident, passed away on Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at the Paramount at Somers in Somers, NY, after a courageous, spirited battle with cancer. Lyn was a teacher’s assistant in the Dover School District for 19 years and the Pawling Library for nearly 20 years.

Lyn was an incredible person and truly lived life to the fullest in her own unique way. She was an avid painter and loved to watercolor. She enjoyed traveling, reading and listening and dancing to her favorite music, The Beatles, Ska, and so many more. Her favorite thing was simply spending time with her son.

Born on September 30, 1954 in Ellensburg, NY, she was the daughter of the late Jack Stevenson and Sara and Guy Lavallee of Wassaic, NY. In addition to her parents, Lyn is survived by her son, Len, of Ozone Park, NY, who she adored and loved more than life itself. She is also survived by two sisters, Amy Scala and her husband, Greg, of Arlington, VA and Ivy Odell and her husband, Sean, of Dover Plains, NY. She also leaves behind her beloved nieces, Tessa, Lindsey and Lauren Odell and Jennifer Miltenberger and her husband, Ken; and her great niece and nephew, Luca and Ella Setaro.

Calling hours will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at the Hufcut Funeral Home, 3159 Route 22, Dover Plains, NY. A memorial service will follow at 5 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 121 Executive Drive New Windsor, NY 12553.
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Bonnie Colgan

Posted at 07:31pm
With our deepest sympathy, Jim and Bonnie Colgan and Holly and Reagan Whaley.
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Nikki, Max, Jake & Taylor

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Len, With thoughts of peace and courage for you, we are sorry we can't all make it there for you. With much love & hugs from 4 of the 5.
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Rest in peace my friend. Love you Nancy and Chris
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Diana & Larry Cyganovich

Posted at 09:34pm
With love and hugs, Lyn was a very special friend and she will be missed!
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Nancy Furnia

Posted at 07:38pm
I met Lyn in the seventh grade and she was a dear friend since. My aunt babysat for her mother in upstate New York. I had heard about Lyn from her mother before I even met her. Lyn was a loyal, loving and just a great person. I spent many days and nights at her house as a teen. How can I ever forget her little dog that would chase me around the house and I would have to sit on the counter. I also remember so well riding around in her mother's convertible. How cool were we. Lyn and I along with two other girls from Pawling attended Albany business college. What fun we had. Sometimes time would go by and we would not communicate but when we did, our friendship just continued on. I will treasure our friendship forever.

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