Lynette Susan Reagan

April 8, 1943June 15, 2018
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Lynette Susan Reagan, 75, of Colorado Springs, CO Lynette passed away suddenly Friday, June 15th. She is survived by her loving partner George W. Stolz, of Tucson, AZ ; her son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Jennifer Reuling, of Reston, VA; her much beloved granddaughters, Alexis and Karma Reuling, of Reston, VA; her sister Carolyn Sopher of Kalamazoo, MI; brother Norman Loeffler Jr. of Toledo, OH; and several nieces and nephews. Lynette was preceded in death by sister Patricia Laston and parents Norman Sr. and Virginia Loeffler, all of Toledo OH and her young son, Brian Reuling. Lynette was born in Toledo, Ohio in 1943 to Virginia and Norman Sr. Loeffler. She attended Central Catholic High School and later Bowling Green State University where she obtained a bachelor's degree in education. She moved to Baltimore, Maryland in 1964 and began her teaching career in Woodlawn, Maryland. She was involved in education and health education her entire career and recently retired from El Paso County Health Department in Colorado. She lived an active life full of family and friends. She was extremely close with her granddaughters and stayed actively engaged in their lives. Lynette loved to travel as well as hike, volksmarch, read, and participate in the arts, including several theatres in Colorado Springs. She will be dearly missed by all those whose lives she has touched. Memorial celebration will be held at Swan-Law in Colorado Springs, CO on Wednesday, June 20th from 4pm-8pm and a service will be held on Thursday, June 21st at 10am. The family is also planning a service in Maryland in late July. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to “The Brian Reuling Scholarship Fund” at Towson University Foundation 8000 York Road, Towson, MD 21252. Web address:


  • Norman Loeffler Sr., Father
  • Virginia Loeffler, Mother
  • George W. Stolz, Partner
  • Tim (Jennifer) Reuling, Son
  • Brian Reuling, Son
  • Alexis Reuling, Granddaughter
  • Karma Reuling, Granddaughter
  • Carolyn Sopher, Sister
  • Norman Loeffler Jr., Brother
  • Patricia Laston, Sister
  • Lynette is survived by several nieces and nephews.


  • Visitation Wednesday, June 20, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, June 21, 2018

Lynette Susan Reagan

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Eric Pizana

July 13, 2018

Lynette volunteered at the Summer Mobile Food Pantries hosted by District 11 in partnership with Care and Share Food Bank. Thank you for helping our neighbors and children in need never had to worry about where their next meal came from.

She was such a light in this community that will be remembered and missed.

On behalf of Care and Share we are sorry for your loss.

Lisa Blanot

July 12, 2018

Hello Family and Friends of Lynette-

Lynette was an absolute joy to work with at the Fresh Food Markets with School District 11 and Care and Share here in Colorado Springs.
She helped us launch a brand new location on June 14th and we will never forget her smile, willingness to do any job and help anyone in need.
We are all so sorry for your loss....and ours.

Lisa Blanot~


June 26, 2018

Lynette was one of THE GROUP here in Point Place (Toledo Ohio) during Grade School at St. John's. Then Lynette and THE GROUP moved on to Central Catholic High School. The Greatest Memories will keep her with us. She IS there waiting. She will work to have HIM lead us to her and to share an Eternity there.

Linda and Bill Hassell

June 26, 2018

Many nice memories of volksmarching events with her n Maryland. She always had a smile and a good friend. Will miss you Lady and all you did for our walking sport.

Pat&Jim Morrison

June 24, 2018

Lynette and I met many years ago during a walk in Memorial park. She invited me to join her hiking club and i accepted . Even though I have not walked for several years due to knee injury, we have remained friends with her and George.
Jim and I extend our sincere condolences to you Tim and your family. George we are so sorry that you gave lost your partner in life . The two of you were meant for each other. Be strong. Lynette is resting in peace with the Lord watching over her.

Siggi & Joe Cintas

June 22, 2018

We want to express our most heartfelt sympathy. When we first heard the sad news, we were in shock and disbelief. It is difficult to accept that she is not here on earth anymore. We first met Lynette during a Volksmarch in Colorado. Immediately we were drawn to her by her vibrant personality and adventurous spirit. Over the years, we have hiked many trails together and shared good conversations along the way. We are very grateful to have so many wonderful memories of the times we have spent together.
We will miss you, Lynette! Gone bet never forgotten!
Until we meet again….

Donna Hewett

June 21, 2018

I knew Lynette from the book group she had been the leader of for many years. I was really pleased to have found such a nice group of women who love reading as much as I do. Lynette did a bang-up job as the "chief" of our group, always organized and enthusiastic about our time together.

Although I only knew Lynette a short time, I am so very glad I did. She was always encouraging, hospitable, welcoming, positive and just plain fun to be around. Her departure from this world was unexpected and lots of us will miss her very much.

God bless.

Suzi Reaves

June 19, 2018

I am sure that anyone who ever met Lynette loved the person she was. She was so full of life, laughter, love and joy. We went to a concert a month ago and caught up on our lives and family. No matter how long it had been since we saw each other, we could always just pick up and carry on. Our community will miss her generous spirit, her sense of exploration and her ability to make everyone she met her friend. Go in peace my friend. See you on the other side. With love, Suzi

Nancy Dravis

June 18, 2018

Condolences to Lynette's family. I'm saddened and was shocked to read the news. Lynette was a lovely person, warm and always smiling. I met her through volksmarching and enjoyed working the volunteer tables with her when she lived in or visited Maryland. Right now, she's probably setting up a Year Round Event with a start point at the Pearly Gates.

Jessica Russ

June 18, 2018

You started volunteering at the play group that, Vashti, my 1 year old attends. You instantaneously became friends with her. Her face would light up as soon as she would see you. You would pull out a chair for her and she would sit right next to you. Together you would make crafts and sing songs. You told me that you looked forward to your Friday mornings because you got to see her and how you thought she was one of the sweetest babies you had ever had the pleasure of knowing. We would have long conversations about our families, dance and theater. We laughed about our CD collections in a bluetooth world. I will miss you Lynette. The second I met you, I knew that we were going to be friends. I will miss you kindness, your sweet smile and your honest advice. I know Vashti has an angel watching over her. Thank you for touching my heart. Thank you for loving my daughter.