Lynne Bock death – obituary : What happened to Lynne Bock 81,?

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Lynne Bock death – obituary: Lynne Bock 81, of Westerville, OH. Has died. She passed away on the 5th of January, 2021.

Lynne was born on the 16th September, 1940. She was a devoted daughter, sister, wife, mother and friend. She was loved and adored by everyone who knew her. She had a charming smile that was captivating and her gentle approach to things made her everyone’s favorite. She made you feel loved and comfortable around her.

The 81 years old was a dedicated member of the Church of Messiah, 51 N State St, Westerville. She was always involved in church activities and she was ready to work for the Lord as she was an Avid follower of the word. A good Christian and a loving wife and mother. She will be truly missed.

She is survived by her family and friends who will forever love and adore her.

Cause of death:

As the of writing this report, actual cause of death have not been made public.

Comment and Tributes:

Lynne will and is so missed already, she was a Great Special friend to us over many years. Many evenings of Bridge with Thane and Lynne at Lexington as well as New Albany. Very sweet smile and was a great person inside and out. Always there when you needed an ear to listen to you. Love you and miss you.

Sorry we were not able to attend due to this crazy Corona Virus, but will be calling Thane on a regular basis.

Also, Andrea and Steven you have our Deepest Sympathy, we truly enjoyed spending many days and evenings with your mom and dad. They were and are special people.

ALL THE BEST to all the Family.

So many fantastic memories growing up with Aunt Lynne and our Bock cousins! All the great times in West Mansfield, O’Connors landing, and Orders Rd in Groovy City as Aunt Lynne used to say. She loved us all so much and was always so wonderful to all her family and friends. I really enjoyed seeing Lynne and Thane in our later years for Spring break in Ft Myers where we would always go to dinner at her favorite restaurant Prawnbrokers.

May she Rest in Peace.

Much Love

Chuck Thompson