Lynn McIntyre

08/27/1958 - 11/05/2020

Obituary For Lynn McIntyre

Lynn McIntyre age 62 passed away Wednesday November 4, 2020 at Atrium Medical Center. She was born August 27, 1958 in West Union, Ohio to the late Adam and Ivory (nee Lawson) Dunn. She loved the Lord and tried to live her life shining her light to all those she encountered daily. She accomplished going back to school and furthered her education by becoming a nurse on April 23, 2009. She worked at Otterbein Senior Living and left lifelong impressions by setting an example not only as a nurse but by being an advocate for her patients. Lynn married John McIntyre in Cincinnati on December 30, 1998. She is survived by her five daughters Christina (Steve) Ream, Tera Roy, Brandi (Andy) Benge, Nicole (Dan) Trimble, Jacqueline McIntyre and one son Daniel McIntyre (Rose). She was Mamaw to twenty-one Grandchildren Taylor Phillips, Kaley (Cameron) Phillips, Zachary Phillips, Madison Phillips, Marissa Phillips, Ashlie (Garrison) Benoit, Sophie Ream, Willow Ream, Kalob (Lindsey) Roy, Arianna Marcum, Kody Roy, Kassidy Roy, Jordan Benge, Breanna Benge, Alyssa Marcum, Conner Trimble, Gavin Trimble, Adain Vandygriff, Lilli Mansdorfer, Eli Vandygriff, and Luna McIntyre. She was a Great-Mamaw to Arabella Nicole Lynn who is her namesake and CJ who is due to make his arrival at the end of December. Lynn is also survived by four sisters Velma (Urlin) Farmer, Gerri (Stan) Ward, Alta Music, Kathy (Larry) Spurlock and two brothers, Paul Dunn and Charlie (Donita) Dunn. She was preceded in death by her Son-In-Law Keith Roy and three brothers Richard Dunn, Kelly Dunn, Herbert Dunn. Visitation at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt 4 Fairfield Monday, November 9, 2020 from 10AM until the time of the funeral at 12NOON with Pastor Tim McIntyre officiating. Burial to follow in Rose Hill Burial Park.

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Lynn was my great aunt she's my grandma Velma farmers sister and I met her a cpl time she was amazing and sweet my mom told me how close her and her aunt where I'll miss you aunt Lynn so sorry pumpkin Tara and brandy and ur whole family for ur loss love you all
- Kimberly pfaff
I went to nursing school with Lynn/ she was a amazing caring person I worked with her at otterbein before I retired she was amazing always showing her love for Christ and her residents and coworkers/ one of God's angels. Fly high my friend !
- Lois Jett
Her smile and laughter was contagious, a pleasure to work with at otterbein, she was a good friend to us all at work, willing to step and help out when we were needing someone to come in early, we would talk and laugh to keep spirits up when we had some stressful times at work, I could text her too and she would text me back, she and I loved talking about going on our vacation to Florida, she went with her family to Orlando then later I went with my family to stay Petersburg and were thrilled to tell each other how much fun we had., she will be dearly missed!!!
- Kandi Mobley
I work as Nursing Supervisor at Otterbein. I first met Lynn a few years ago. She was a very caring nurse and always had the care of her patients a priority. We often shared about our children and grandchildren. She was so proud of the work they were doing on their home. She certainly will be missed. My prayers are with the family.
- Patti Calvert
Lynn was a god sent for me and my mom Jean she and mom became close friends and when it was almost impossible to keep mom home because of Parkinson's disease here come Lynn caring worrying watching over her like she new her forever I will never forget Lynn my heart is hurting for all of you
- Janie McCurley

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