Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home

994 E Altamonte Dr, Altamonte Springs, FL


Lynn Blanche Curtis

31 January , 193210 July , 2019

Lynn B. Curtis

Longtime resident of Hacienda Village and Winter Springs and most recently Savanah Court of Maitland passed away on July 10, 2019.

Born in Elmont, New York in 1932. Lynn, beloved mother and grandmother, was an active member of the Hacienda Village community since 1986. Serving for many years on the Board of Directors and in various other positions such as Secretary and Treasurer. Lynn will be remembered for her love of family and friends. Her ability to touch others’ lives and to stay in communication with people she met throughout her life is her legacy.

Lynn was preceded in death by her parents, Madeline and George Loser, her husband Edward G. Curtis and her son Kevin G. Mann.

Lynn is survived by her children, Karen Mann, Tom Mann & spouse Lori Ann Mann, Steve Curtis, and Jeff Curtis & spouse Laurie Curtis. Grandchildren Austin Mann, Jamie Curtis, Joshua Curtis, Joey Curtis, Whitney Curtis and Amanda Miller. As well as her great grandchildren.

The family requests in lieu of flowers that friends and family consider a donation to the American Heart Association in Lynn’s name.


  • Funeral Service Monday, 22 July , 2019


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Jeff Curtis

17 August 2019

My brother & I went on your first date with my father on the ferry in New York back in the 60's. I knew by the way you two looked at each other, that we had gained a mother. Over the years, you taught me so much and brought so much into my life, my wife Laurie and your granddaughter Whitney. My, how patient you were with all of our foolishness as we grew up! (all of us kids)
Some of Dad's last words to me was to make sure we took good care of you, how ironic! It was you who took care of us with your love and your wisdom. I will forever miss you and hope we will again be united when my time comes. Love you Mom & give the old man a hug for me.

Theresa COLA

15 August 2019

My dear cousin Lynn. You are my Dad's first cousin. We moved into the house my Uncle George, your dad, built. I remember both your parents, but, my greatest memory of you comes through a pair of roller skates. Wooden wheels! I proudly wore those skates every time I went to Wal-Cliff. In the age of roller disco, you can imagine how that went over! Lol! I loved those darn skates! I was so proud to have them. Figure skates nonetheless! Rest in peace you beautiful lady, my cousin.

Bob & Karen Bowman

21 July 2019

A great lady, terrific family person, nice personality, & an honor to know her.

Rest In Peace Lynn! You will be missed by your family & friends!

Kelly Clark

16 July 2019

I always kept in contact with my Aunt Trudy. One day I received a letter from a Lynn Curtis. When I opened it I found a family member I didn't know. She told me she was my dads cousin and the house I grew up in was her parents, Aunt Madeline and Uncle George. Well from that moment on we kept in touch. Filling each other in on what was going on with our families. When she could no longer write well we kept in touch on Facebook. I will miss her updates.