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Lynn S. Adams

April 22, 1959October 7, 2020
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Lynn S. Adams, 61, of Kissimmee, FL, passed away October 7, 2020.

She was born in New London, CT on April 22, 1959.

Lynn graduated from Bacon Academy H.S. and received her A.A. Degree from Palm Beach State College.

She married Christopher Adams on February 25, 1984.

Lynn had a career in Administration and Mental Health Case Management.

Lynn lived her life as a devoted wife to her husband and soul mate, Chris. She was a loving mother to their daughter, Megan, and doting grandmother to their two grandchildren, Ryland and Catalina. Her family was her world, her heart, pure and one of a kind, a person, that once met had an instilling impact. Her kindness and love to her family and friends will be in their hearts forever. Lynn was full of life and enjoyed giving the most sentimental gifts that showed the love and passion for those she cared for. She enjoyed doting on her grandchildren and had an obsession for on-line shopping. Her interests, outside of her family, were reading, watching movies, Caribbean cruises, and visiting the mountains in the Fall.

She will be greatly missed here by many, but never forgotten.

She was survived by her husband, Christopher Adams; daughter Megan Michelle Santana; mother, Mildred R. Maxwell and stepfather Harold R Maxwell; grandchildren: Ryland age 6 and Cataline age 4; siblings Dennis Saffomilla, Joeseph Saffomilla, Lynn Maxwell Fehner, Richard Maxwell.

Services will be held at Family Funeral Care of Hunter’s Creek on John Young Pkwy at 3:00pm on Friday October 16th, 2020. The family will receive friends for visitation from 2 pm until service time.

In lieu of flowers please make charitable donations to American Diabetes Assoc. https://www.diabetes.org/donate/donate-memorial?s_src=dorg&s_subsrc=dorg

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.dignitymemorial.com/legacy for the Adams family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, October 16, 2020

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Friday, October 16, 2020

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Amy Kinser

October 15, 2020

Hi..I met Lynn and Chris at get togethers..and dinners with friends and truly enjoyed their company. Lynn was outgoing and friendly and pleasant to be around. She loved her family dearly. Since than we have been friends on FB..and been chatting and I was praying for her health. Honestly I am still in shock..but praying for Chris and Megan and the family. God is our comfort and strength when the trials are heavy..hanging on to him gives peace. We will miss you Lynn you are in God's hands now. Good bye my friend🙏♥️

Larry Morrison

October 14, 2020

Chris, Megan and family, Carol and I wish to express our deepest sympathy for your loss of Lynn. We do know how much love you two shared for many, many years and that will be what stays in your hearts. May god be with you and help ease the pain. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Larry and Carol Morrison

Renee and John Teel

October 13, 2020

Our hearts break for Chris, Megan, and all their family. Lynn was such a devoted, loving wife, mother, and grandmother. Her family was her pride and joy. John and I loved getting together with Chris and Lynn in Florida and North Carolina, enjoying the friendship and warmth, and sharing hopes and dreams. Rest in peace, Lynn, in the arms of the angels you loved.

Mickey & Harold Maxwell

October 12, 2020

Lynn Elizabeth Adams entered my life April 22, 1959 with her thumb in her mouth! A happy, smiling, bright middle child. Lynn had a wonderful imagination, loved writing, and acting. Lynn also loved singing, she was brought up in the Episopal church and was very active in the choir, teaching Sunday school and participated in other church projects.
Megan and Chris were devoted to each other and completed their family with their beautiful daughter Megan . It is heartbreaking for Harold and I to loose a child, knowing that Chris made Lynn's world happy and now she is at peace with our GOD and the many prayers surrounding Lynn and us is comforting. Lynn will live in our hearts and memories forever. We will always love you. Mom & Harold

Deb Dolezar

October 12, 2020

Chris and Family, I was so terribly sorry to hear of Lynn’s passing. I know how completely devastating it is to give up those we love. I pray that in time, your wonderful memories of the life you shared will help bring smiles instead of tears. My prayer for you is that love will help to heal the tremendous void you feel right now, and that the sun will come out again.

JANE RICHARD PILLAR

October 12, 2020

LYNN SAFFOMILLA ADAMS WAS MY NIECE AND IS REMEMBERED BY HER UNCLE JACK AND AUNT JANE. THEY SEND THEIR LOVE AND PRAYERS TO CHRIS AT THIS TIME OF SORROW. SHE WAS A DEVOTED WIFE AND MOTHER. SHE WAS A VERY SMART WOMAN WITH A BIG HEART. WE ENJOYED SEEING HER GROW INTO A WONDERFUL PERSON. SHE WILL BE MISSED BY HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOREVER. AUNT JANE BABY SAT LYNN MANY TIMES DURING HER CHILDHOOD IN CONNECTICUT! SHE WILL CHERISH THOSE MEMORIES.
UNCLE JACK & AUNT JANE PILLAR

Barbara Bradley

October 11, 2020

To my friend and co-worker, Chris, and his beloved daughter, Megan
Deepest sympathy cannot express the love I have for you all.
The concern, the wanting to be there.
I have spent hours listening to his expressions of love for his family.
There are only one in a million like the husband, and caregiver
Chris is. Love like theirs does not come from peace without
Understanding, and compassion for one another.
Forever in my heart,
Loving all of you. Barbara Bradley

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