OBITUARY

Lynn Anne Lee

November 2, 1942June 6, 2021
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Lynn Anne Lee passed away at her home on June 6, 2021, surrounded by her family.

She was born in Wichita, Kansas, on November 2, 1942. Lynn was the first child of three to George A. McCready Jr. and Dorothy (Bretz) McCready. She was a graduate of Ruskin High School. In 1961, she married the love of her life, Larry R. Lee.

Lynn is survived by her devoted husband, Larry, their three children, and Robyn Lee Palmer (Jeff) of Leawood, Amy Lee Whitaker (Paul) of Leawood, and Jeffrey J. Lee (Samantha) of Olathe, and her sister, Janice Kays. She has four grandchildren Kennedy Whitaker, Wyatt Palmer, Price Whitaker, and Merritt Palmer.

Lynn’s true passion in life was her family. She loved to plan and prepare meals for family gatherings. Both family and friends admired her cooking skills. Nevertheless, she worked outside of the home for many years. She was employed at Capitol Federal Savings and Loan in her early years. As her children grew, she was employed as a school secretary for Blue Valley Middle School. Subsequently, she became an active member of her husband’s management consulting firm. Lastly, she retired from her daughter Amy and Paul's business Granite Transformations as Showroom Coordinator.

Lynn was a long-serving member and past president of Delta Theta Chi Sorority. She was a long-time member of the Presbyterian Church of Stanley and, more recently, Cornerstone Presbyterian Church. Lynn served in numerous positions through the years, including Elder, Deacon, Sunday School teacher and Chair of Children's Ministry, Stephen's Ministry, and was active in the women's group. She was a volunteer for over ten years for Kansas City Hospice and volunteered with the Johnson County “Catch a Ride” for the elderly.

On Monday, June 14, 2021, a memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM, preceded by a visitation beginning at 10:30 AM at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, 13300 Kenneth Road, Leawood, Kansas.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, 13300 Kenneth Road, Leawood, Kansas 66209 or Kansas City Hospice, 10100 West 87th, Suite 100, Overland Park, Kansas 66212.

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Margaret Creighton

June 15, 2021

I had the absolute pleasure of working with Lynn at Granite Transformations.

She was efficient, knowledgeable, and most of all sincerely caring.

She will be missed by the abundance of lives she touched.

Sincerely,
Ann Creighton

Linda Smith

June 14, 2021

Larry,
We all loved Lynn & her cookies & her wit which she shared with us for many years in Book Club. I'm so sorry for your loss.

Linda Smith

Bill Hankins

June 10, 2021

Larry,
So sorry to read about Lynn's passing. We have thought back on the many good times we shared with you and Lynn.
Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family during this painful time.
Bill & Paula

Cheri Lemieux

June 10, 2021

Dear Larry and Family,
You are all in my heartfelt thoughts and prayers in the loss of your beautiful wife, mother, grandmother and my friend Lynn. Her friendship has been such a blessing to me over the many years we served together in church. She's always been someone I've looked up to and been inspired by. She lived out her faith in the Lord by loving everyone around her so well. From the very beginning of our friendship, Lynn's warmth, love and kindness made me feel so welcome and "at home".
I will miss her beautiful and reassuring smile. It's such a blessing that all the beautiful gifts God has given Lynn here on earth will continue to shine through your family. May God comfort you with his peace and loving kindness. Love, Cheri Lemieux

Ken & Carol Kopp

June 9, 2021

We were very blessed to have known Lynn as a wonderful friend and inspiration for many years. Our time together will always bring smiles to our faces, warmth to our hearts, as we see her wonderful spirit for life reflected in her children and grandchildren.
We will keep Lynn and her family in our prayers.
Ken & Carol

Martha Parnell

June 9, 2021

Dear Larry and family,
Coleen and I send you our love and deepest sympathy. Our growing friendship over the years and special times of service together have been special. Lynn has been an integral part of our lives as friend, prayer warrior, example, encourager, Bible study sharer and relationship with Christ.
May God's love and grace, Christ's peace and presence, and the Holy Spirit's power continue to fill and surround you. He is faithful and always ministers at just the right time.
May God bless and comfort you.
With love, gratitude and prayers.
Marti Parnell and Coleen Parnell

Bill Ward

June 9, 2021

Larry,

I am saddened to learn of Lynn's passing. You and your family will miss her terribly. I remember her well from the days of parties with the Personnel Research Forum so many years ago. Those were fun times. Thinking of you as you enter this new phase of your life.

Bill Ward

Barry Duwe

June 9, 2021

Lynn was always such an encourager. When she smiled and asked "How're ya doin'", she really meant it. When she promised to pray for you, you always felt better knowing she truly knew the One to whom she was praying.

Larry, as you enter this bittersweet journey of missing her terribly, and smiling through tears and memories as you realize how joyful she is the Lord's very presence, please know I'm here to help in any way I can.

Barry Duwe

Lois Robb

June 8, 2021

Lynn was my best friend for 44 years. We have shared so many wonderful memories….travel, dinners out, gourmet dinners, game nights.
We played together and we prayed together. We laughed and we cried, but we rarely (if ever) disagreed. I will miss her terribly, but my heart is consoled by the knowledge that Lynn is in the arms of our Lord and Savior. Good bye, great friend. I will be with you soon! With lots of love, Lois

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