Lynn Anne Daly

September 23, 1973November 1, 2020

Lynn Anne (Heneberry) Daly, 47, of Walpole, passed away suddenly of heart failure Sunday, November 1, 2020. Loving mother of Aine and Will Daly, and Lily Thomas; Beloved daughter of Edward Heneberry of Walpole and the late Diane (Schnabel) Heneberry; Cherished sister of Jeanne (Heneberry) O’Rourke and her husband Tom of Norwood; cousin of Diane and Chris Gray of Walpole, Daniel Schnabel of Walpole, loved niece and cousin of many aunts, uncles and cousins. Lynn was a registered nurse and enjoyed family time in Truro at the beach and being with her three children and many nieces and nephews. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations are welcome to the Jimmy Fund, or the next time you have nachos or boneless buffalo wings, think of her.



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Joyce Harkness

November 5, 2020

Dear Jeanne and all your family,
I am so saddened to learn of this horribly shocking loss to your family. We are friends from years ago in Westwood. You lost a treasure in your lives. I cannot imagine having to go through this. Glenn and I and Stephanie send you our love and heartfelt sympathy.
Joyce Harkness

Bob and Karen Walton

November 5, 2020

Dear Ed
Please accept our sincere condolences. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bill Leonard

November 5, 2020

So sorry to hear the new of Lynn's passing. I've been thinking a lot about growing up with Lynn and all of the fun we had together. She was a great friend to have around, whether that was on day trips skiing in Sunapee or summers in Truro. Some of my best memories are of Truro and the things we did like walking to breakfast or heading into P-Town for the day (to get penny candy of course). Lynn was central to a big group of us kids and always had an idea or activity in mind to make sure we had fun! Rest in Peace, Lynn. Condolences to the kids, Ed, Jeanne & Family.

Neil Keohane

November 5, 2020

It is with great of sorrow that I express my deepest condolences to Lynn’s family and friends, especially to her children Will, and Aine, and Lily. I will always remember and cherish Lynn’s thoughtfulness, her kindness, and her gentle quiet spirit.

Pat Small

November 4, 2020

My heart is so broken for your whole family. When anyone thinks of Lynn you just get this warm comfortable feeling about her. I can remember a time when Will was just a baby and it was cold out and she set up her tent on the beach and was out there with him for hours. We all know how much she loved the water. She was a very special person and I'm praying she is with Diane and she didn't have to suffer a painful illness. Love to all of your family

Lori DeLuca

November 4, 2020

We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Lynn. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. - Much love, Bob and Lori DeLuca

Jen Pittore

November 4, 2020

I have a lifetime of wonderful memories. Lynn was fun, adventurous, kind, and an all around amazing girl. She was the perfect cousin and friend. My heart is broken. Love and prayers to everyone.

Sarah Scales

November 4, 2020

I am so saddened and shocked by this. Thank you for allowing me to work so closely with Aine at school and trusting me. My thoughts, prayers and love are with you all during this time, especially with Will, Lily, and Aine.

Mary Berkeley

November 4, 2020

I cannot begin to tell you how heartbroken I am to hear of Lynn's passing. She was such a kind, caring and loving person. My thoughts and prayers are with Aine Will, Lily, Ed and Jeanne as well as Bobby, Dan, Diane and Danny. I am so very sorry.

Kathy & Jim Leonard

November 4, 2020

Lynn was always her own person. From her earliest days. She chose every piece of clothing she wanted to wear. I recall her Mom, Diane sending Lynn off to school dressed beautifully - within a few minutes Lynn had the dress off and she had on her "comfy" clothes... Now ready for school - her way!

We loved Lynn from her earliest years - she was an amazing hard working kiddo. Loved to play, loved her little pals and especially, loved anything that walked - crawled - or flew. Diane was never sure what she might find on laundry day.

Kind from the beginning to all she came in contact with. She was meant to become a nurse. A perfect career choice for a girl who exemplified kindness and compassion to everyone, no matter the circumstances.

We are so very sorry, that Lynn is gone from this earth, far too soon.

With sympathy to all her family,
Kathy and Jim Leonard


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