Lynne Murphy


Died: July 22, 2022
Place: London, Ontario

Geri Akiens
(Tuesday, July 26, 2022)

I am saddened to hear of Lynn's death. I met her a few years ago at the Kiwanis Senior Centre in a stained glass class. Often we would take a break from class and enjoy a coffee together. Lynn talked about her cancer but she didn't complain even when her treatment left her feeling unwell. She tried her best I think, always with a smile. I hope she is at peace now.

Jim Allison
(Wednesday, July 27, 2022)

Lynne was a good neighbour and very special friend to me. I'll miss her greatly. We supported each other through some pretty tough times in the last few years. The companionship, good food and wine, and lots of laughter will be cherished memories for me in the years to come.

Pat and Peter Stapylton
(Wednesday, July 27, 2022)

Sincere condolences to Lynne’s family and friends. Lynne’s infectious laugh and beautiful personality will be missed by all.

(Wednesday, July 27, 2022)

I met Lynne through work and was immediately drawn to her sense of humour and her enthusiasm for life. We shared a lot of good laughs together and she will be missed by all who knew her.
My condolences to her family and friends.

Winnie and Noel Lawrence
(Thursday, July 28, 2022)

Lynne was a neighbour of ours for over 35 years. She was a wonderful, kind, interesting and witty lady, and we will miss her terribly. RIP dear Lynne.

Maria Reyers.
(Thursday, July 28, 2022)

My deepest sympathy to all of Lynne's family and friends. I knew Lynne from our tai chi classes.

Irene Wilson
(Friday, July 29, 2022)

I am so sorry to hear of Lynne passing.

Julie (Murphy), Iain and Callum Reid
(Saturday, July 30, 2022)

Auntie Lynne was a wonderful Aunt. She loved family and we have created many beautiful memories in her lifetime. I will always cherish our visits to London, our Christmas and other holidays spent together, and will miss that immensely. I know you are at peace now Auntie Lynne, but I would have given anything to keep you here with us .

Kelly (Murphy) Joe, Laura and Maddy
(Saturday, July 30, 2022)

We have so many amazing memories with Auntie Lynne. She always welcomed us with open arms when visiting London for hockey tournaments, and family gatherings! Christmas was a special holiday together - many years of shenanigans shared with great food, wine and love. We will miss her greatly - she was wise, courageous , graceful and had an amazing sense of humour. RIP - love you Auntie.

Ellen Mamandras
(Saturday, July 30, 2022)

I miss Lynne's warm and positive energy which she shared even throughout her battle with cancer. My condolences to all who knew and loved her.
Ellen Mamandras

Anna Burt
(Tuesday, August 2, 2022)

I first met Lynne in 1989, we worked together for many years. She was always quick to offer me a ride when I no longer drove. Lynne visited me countless times in 2019 when I was at Parkwood for Rehab, Because of COVID we didn't see each other in person, but I would send her pictures on WhatsApp to try to cheer her up. I am happy we were able to go out for dinner the beginning of November. I deeply regret not pushing harder to see her this spring and early summer.
Lynne..I really miss you; Brian, Chris and Jessica miss you also.
I hope you are happy now and enjoy Eternity with all of your Dachshunds in Heaven.
My deepest condolences to her family.

Anna Burt
(Tuesday, August 2, 2022)

Anna Burt has made a donation to Happy's Place on behalf of Lynne Murphy.

Brad and Renee Alcox
(Friday, August 5, 2022)

Our hearts were very heavy to hear about Lynne’s passing. For all who loved Lynne, please accept our most heartfelt condolences. We had the privilege of being Lynne’s neighbours for just over two years. Lynne was such a kind, thoughtful and smile producing lady. We absolutely loved sitting in our back yard with a glass of wine and chatting away with Lynne and Jim. We would also like to express specific condolences to Jim who was such an important person in Lynne’s life! Our hearts hurt for you.