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Lynda Sue Ingle

Date of Death: December 24, 2020
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A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date

Lynda was born August 19, 1950, in Eugene, Oregon.  Lynda passed on December 24, 2020, at Winchester Medical Center. After 25 years of corporate moves, Lynda and her husband, Jim moved to the Winchester area in 2008 and built Lynda’s dream home on Lake Isaac.  Lynda quickly fell in love with the lake and LakeContinue Reading

judy a crim left a message on January 19, 2021:
It's been almost a month since you've left us, Lynda and I still can't believe you're gone. I look over at your house and still expect to see you out in the yard with Rusty. You were such a wonderful person and if you and Pam hadn't been my neighbors, we probably would have built somewhere else. John and I will miss you terribly.
Ashley Boothe left a message on January 13, 2021:
My condolences to Jim, Rusty and the rest of their family. Lynda's passing is so unexpected. From the first moment I met her she was kind and welcoming. She would always take the time out her day to stop and chat in passing. I will truly miss her warm greetings and words of encouragement.
Kay Bennett left a message on January 5, 2021:
My sympathies to Jim and family in the loss of Lynda. She was an energetic and enthusiastic part of Quota for many years, and we were fortunate to have her in our midst. May God watch over her and your family...
Laura Butler left a message on January 4, 2021:
Lynda was such an important part of the early group in the Ryland Homes neighborhood of The Cascades in Sterling VA. Even though they moved after a few years, Lynda and Jim would visit periodically and it was always a fun occasion to catch up. Lynda’s death is unthinkable and unexpected; she will be missed. We pray for Jim and the family to feel God’s love and comfort. Peace, Jon and Laura Butler
Jean Swartz left a message on January 1, 2021:
I worked with Lynda at Shenandoah. She was always delightfully friendly and the consummate professional. I so enjoyed working with her. I ran into her a couple of years ago and she was the same bubbly, friendly Lynda, telling me about her grandchildren and how much she was enjoying retirement. I'm so sorry to learn of her passing. I remember her fondly and with appreciation. I'm sorry for your loss. May her memory be a blessing.
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Tammi Craver left a message on January 1, 2021:
I’m so sorry to hear of Lynda’s passing. I hope the memories of all the great times and quality time help you through this dark time.
Glenn and Elizabeth Caluda left a message on December 30, 2020:
We were so sad to learn of Lynda's passing. Her energy and organization were so welcome in the Conservatory. We will miss seeing her smile around town and at the VH Fitness Center.
Dale and David Williams left a message on December 30, 2020:
Ode to Lynda Ingle Lynda, Lynda, full of mirth, Twinkling eyes, Spritely figure, She of Oregon birth. Close knit clan will miss her most. Jim, Shannon, Derek and Jamie, grandsons Tyler, Connor and Brady. Her lovely family, oh so close. She was one for travel, far and wide, Her adventurous spirit she could not hide. Her heart open to new friends and new ways, She’ll continue to be part of us in the coming days.
Keith S. left a message on December 29, 2020:
I remember Lynda from the Conservatory. Always cheerful and warm, and generous with her time. After she retired, I would sometimes run into her around town, and she was still the same way. Always left a person feeling better than before. Lynda will be missed. (Condolences to Jim.)
Karen D Sprint left a message on December 29, 2020:
Lynda's bright smile and delightful laugh will be missed, Lynda and Jim were gracious hosts of several pot lucks for our group of ladies that participated in the canasta games at Godfrey Miller, and, the water classes at the Wellness Center. She will be missed by many.
Susan Huffman left a message on December 28, 2020:
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Michael Stepniak left a message on December 27, 2020:
Working in the busy front office of the Conservatory, Lynda was not only an exceptional assistant, she was a caring and thoughtful source of counsel to professors and students alike. She made a big impact on our community - and she became a cherished friend. (My kids so enjoyed the time they got to spend with her at the lake house; for them, she became a second grandmother.) She will be very sorely missed.
Nancy Allen left a message on December 27, 2020:
I’m deeply sorry for your loss. There are no words that can ease the pain. I will always remember Lynda as kind, generous and full of joy. Always smiling and willing to help anyone. I’ll never forget when we first moved into Cascades she rang our doorbell and greeted us with a welcome basket! She will surely be missed.
Kristin S Leonard left a message on December 27, 2020:
I was blessed to have Aunt Lynda in my life, if I could have picked my Aunt, I would have picked her. So many memories that I will cherish always. Rest in peace and know I carry you in my heart.
Sharon Allenson left a message on December 27, 2020:
Lynda was such a positive and kind person. She is dearly missed. Deepest regrets and sympathy to Jim and entire her family.
Deborah Jenkins left a message on December 27, 2020:
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Lynette and Phil Hartmann left a message on December 27, 2020:
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Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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