Lynn E Saylor

December 1, 1967November 9, 2021

Lynn Ellen Saylor, 53, of Greenville Ohio, passed away Tuesday, November 9, 2021, at Troy Upper Valley Medical Center. Born in Greenville, Ohio, December 1, 1967, she was the daughter to the late John D Saylor and Jo-Anne (Yount) Saylor.

She was an Arcanum High School and Wright State University graduate, with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. She worked at Product Paint Finishers for over 25 years as an Office Manager and had recently retired.

She had a love for animals, enjoyed live music, as she was a musician herself, watching hockey, and spending time with her family. She loved the beach and had a favorite spot at Panama City Beach to watch the sunset.

In addition to her father, she is preceded in death by grandparents Paul and Garnett Yount, Sherl and Ellen Saylor, and Uncle Jim Yount.

Survived by her mother Jo-Anne Saylor, sister Kelly Saylor, Aunt Linda Newbauer, Aunt Eldonna Yount, Uncle and Aunt Jim and Phyllis Saylor, Uncle George Saylor, and special friend Barry Feitshans. Cousins Charlie (Nancy Mannix) Saylor, Cathy Saylor, Curtis (Rhonda) Yount, Craig (Hollie) Yount, Kevin (Donna) Yount, Kerry (Tami) Yount, Karen (Scott) Fourman, Brant (Sue) Yount, Brenda Himebaugh, Michele (Troy) Sullens.

Graveside funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family in the Hollansburg Cemetery Hollansburg, Ohio with Pastor Doug Baker officiating. There will be no visitation.

It is the wishers of the family that Memorial Contributions may be made to the Darke County Humane Society or the charity of your choice.

Funeral arrangements by Zechar Bailey Funeral Home Greenville, Ohio.


  • Private Graveside Service


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Wendy Landis

November 20, 2021

Joanne and Kelly
Lynn was a great person. My fondest memories are being in Mr. Jones biology class and working on our cat together. Then even after we were through with school we still got together. Then we worked at Ames dept. store in Greenville and had even more fun times. The world lost a good person. She had the best smile. I will miss her deeply. I am sorry for your guys loss. Our prayers are with u guys.

Tom & Dee Carrington

November 18, 2021

Jo-Anne & family,
We were so sorry to hear this. If there is a anything you need, let us know.

Traci Stephens/Besecker

November 16, 2021

What a sweet sweet person always had a smile and just a great person, see you again one day friend. Prayers to all of her family and friends.

Judy Gibson

November 14, 2021

JoAnne and Kelly, you have my deepest sympathy. I'm so sorry to hear of Lynn's passing. May the Lord hold you near and comfort you as you travel this difficult road.
With love and prayers...

Sheila spahr

November 13, 2021

Joanne, Linda and Kelly:
There are no words. My extreme sympathy and prayers to all of you in this most difficult time.
Lynn was exactly like her Mother and aunt, kind generous and always a pleasant personally!
Please take care!
Sheila Liette Spahr

Sheila Oaks

November 12, 2021

I met lynn in 1989 when we worked at Ames Dept Store and we have been friends every since. She was a loving, kind person and who would do anything for anyone. I remember her loving smile and her sweet laughs. She added sunshine to a dark room. the world has lost such a wonderful person and it will not be the same without her. To Joanne and Kelly may all your memories of her help you through this difficult time and remember everyone she came in contact with loved her for who she was. May you find peace with in what mark she made on others lives. God Bless you both

Darlene Flory

November 12, 2021

Joan and Kelly,
So sorry for your loss of Lynn. My thoughts are with you. God Bless
A friend always, Darlene Flory Arcanum, Oh
(I worked with Linda at SNB.

Tammy Cline

November 12, 2021

Shocked and saddened by Lynn's death. She was one of my former students at Arcanum, and she was always sweet and kind. My sympathies to family and friends.