Etta "Lynn" M. Albright

June 23, 1927March 19, 2012

Etta “Lynn” M. Albright, 84, of Holly Hill, FL, passed away on March 19, 2012 at her residence. Lynn was born on June 23, 1927 in Holly, Michigan to the late John and Eva (Harcourt) Boice. She was a member of The Horizon Church in Daytona Beach, and she enjoyed knitting and sewing. Lynn worked as the Hostess at the Wendy’s on Granada Blvd. and Williamson Blvd. in Ormond Beach. She is survived by her 3 children, John Dormire; Dona Jean Betz (Norman); and Alane Miller (Jim); her sister, Barbara Lockwood; her 5 grandchildren, Cam Betz, Drew Betz, J.J. Miller, Luke Miller, and Seth Miller; and her 6 great-grandchildren, Jacob, Erin, Nate, Eli, Annabelle, and Logan. Lynn was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Albright. Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 am on Saturday, March 24th in Volusia Memorial Funeral Home, 548 N. Nova RD., Ormond Beach, FL 32174. Interment will follow the Funeral Service in Volusia Memorial Park, 550 N. Nova Rd., Ormond Beach, FL 32174. Condolences may be shared with the family online at Arrangements are under the care and trust of Volusia Memorial Funeral Home, Ormond Beach, FL.



  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 24, 2012


  • Interment

Etta "Lynn" M. Albright

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Lisa Roth

August 4, 2012

I still miss you ...Lisa Roth

Suzanne Tomlinson

March 26, 2012

Dear Family,
When I worked for the school system, I would go to Wendy's for lunch. Your mother/grandmother would always ask if I wanted a mint or not. Sometimes I would and sometimes I would not. She always had a beautiful smile. God Bless


March 24, 2012

Lynn was such a lovely lady, beautiful in every way. She always had a smile and a kind word. She brought so much joy. She was an angel. The world will not be the same without her.

Harrison Waithaka

March 24, 2012

I will miss seeing Lynn at Church where she greeted us with a small and gave us the Brochure. She was a hostess at Horizon Church and will be greatly missed. Our condolences to the Family. Harrison and Mary Waithaka

Josh Moore

March 24, 2012

Lynn was a regular here at Hamptons restaurant. I'm Sorry I didn't know sooner. She was a great woman. She loved to cut up with me. When I would ask her how she was doing today she would reply with, "I'm as mean as ever!". If there is anything we at Hamptons can do please let us know. God bless

March 23, 2012

We are so sorry to hear of Miss Lynne's passing. My husband and I used to talk with her at Wendys. She was a delightful lady and loved to talk about her wonderful children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. I am a high school teacher and we used to talk about education and students and how things have changed over the years.
It feels as if we have lost a member of our own family. You have our deepest sympathy in your loss. Carol and Bob Pringle

Logan Connor

March 23, 2012

I'm so glad that I got to meet my great grandmother and put a smile on her face. Daddy and mommy tell me that she'll be watching me from heaven.

Howard Rubright

March 22, 2012

I'm not sure how my days are going to be now without my friend, neighbor, the person I would see just about everyday or talk to by phone nearly every evening. We watched out for each other for over half my life. When I asked her how she was, she was always "Mean as Ever" her words, but never saw that side of her, she didn't have that one, only "Nice as Ever". I go out in the morning and come home at night and look for her at the fence, its been a long week! I'm sure she's there somewhere watching out for the neighborhood! I was her other son she would say. Goodbye for now Mrs. Albright! love you! Howie...


March 22, 2012

i will surely miss my next door neighbor! buena vista just won't be the same without her,best wishes for her family

March 22, 2012

I am so sorry to hear of Miss Lynn's passing. She was an angle and a bright light to all who knew her and Wendy's sure was not the same after she was not there any longer. She will be missed dearly.
Glen Ferguson