Age 93, a lifelong resident of Brockport, NY, and most recently resided at Country Meadows (Bridgeville, PA), on January 28, 2017. Preceded in death by her husband Boyd J. Losee; her parents Nat O. and Helen (Conway) Lester; and her brother Nat O. “Bud” Lester, Jr.; loving mother of Lynne (Sid) McAllister and Wendy (Nick) Kuzy; proud grandmother of Scott (Christine) McAllister, Tim (Angela) McAllister, Brian Short, Drew (Britney) Short and Aaron Short and great grandmother of Sophia, Melina, Niko, Arianna, Conner, Ethan, Liam and Zoey. Marilyn was an elementary school teacher, a member of the Catholic Daughters and a former Girl Scout troop leader. She enjoyed many years of travel and camping with the Coachman Owners Association. Her favorite place in the world was her cottage on Lake Ontario; her family will cherish their memories of summers spent there with her. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday at 10:30 AM at Holy Child Parish, 212 Station Street, Bridgeville, EVERYONE PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH. Arrangements entrusted to the Warchol Funeral Home Inc. (412.221.3333). In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests donations to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Mass of Christian Burial
Holy Child Parish
Wednesday February 1st, 2017
10:30am - 11:30am
212 Station Street
Bridgeville , PA 15017
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Lynne, Sid & family, my thoughts & prayers are with you all. "Aunt Marilyn" was a sweet lady. I remember sitting outside Aunt Joan's cottage with my mom & Aunt Joan & Lynne & Aunt Marilyn, enjoying the beautiful day and the company - - and watching Sid working on the cottage! I hope you find comfort in the happy memories. - Susan Tisdale
Submitted by Susan Tisdale on Feb 1 2017 05:03:08 PM
Lynne and Sid and Wendy and Nick and all of the families. First we want to say how very very sorry we are for all of you for the loss of your mother. We want to express how wonderful a lady your mom was. Meeting you both for lunch so many years ago. We still have the wonderful gift your mom gave us the pillow. We display the pillow everywhere we have lived so everyone can see that special gift. You all are so giving and so special just like your mom was. Your mom will live in your hearts forever. Now you will all see the way your mom was in all of your dear children and grandchildren also. God Bless you all. Nick and Kim Vagni
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Wonderful Girl Scout leader! My second mom. I'm sure she never forgot the many adventures of Lynne and Mary. She will be remembered with much love and respect.
Blessed regards to all,
Mary R. Peterson and J.P. Dog
Submitted by Mary R. Peterson on Jan 30 2017 09:59:25 AM
Lynne and family, your mother was a wonderful lady. I remember one of the last times I saw her. It was at mass at Elizabeth Ann Seton Church. It was pouring rain and she had come in from the cottage to attend mass. My Girl Scout leader too. Thoughts and prayers to you and all the family.
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Jan 29 2017 06:04:41 PM
Lynne, Sid, and family, I'm so sorry for this loss. I only shared one meal with her last Lent, but I'll never forget it due to the warmth, humor, and love everyone at that table shared together. I know God has welcomed her with open arms.
~ Lynne Lescott
Submitted by Lynne Lescott on Jan 29 2017 05:03:35 PM
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