OBITUARY

Lynn L. Serper

September 8, 1942February 7, 2021

Lynn L. Serper, age 78, passed away Sunday, February 7, 2021.

She was a daughter of the late Nathaniel Serper and the late Selma (Lazarus) Gold.

She is survived by her 3 children, Susie Katz, Jay Pelletz (Mary), and Layne Mayer (Marc); Proud Grammy to Jake and Maddie Katz, Allie, Max, Harrison, Madison and Grace Pelletz, and Henry, Jackson, and Rose Mayer; and 3 great-grandchildren. She was the sister of the late June Rosenfeld and a loving aunt to her 4 nieces and nephews, Marjorie (David), Leslie (Brian), David (Carole) and Michael (Halley).

Born and raised in Long Beach, NY, she settled and raised her family in Worcester, Mass.

She then spent more than 25 years living in The Greater Boston area, in which she enthusiastically took advantage of everything the city had to offer both culturally and socially.

Lynn was the consummate student. She received an education degree from Curry college, all while raising 3 young children, and immediately started a long-term career as a special ed teacher. She overcame many obstacles and at the age of 51 received her doctorate in education from The University of Massachusetts. She then built a laser focused and impressive business in which she created “The Serper Method”, a unique and successful philosophy that helped hundreds of people suffering from dementia and Alzheimers disease.

She adored her family and friends with a passion. Her adventurous spirit made her the ultimate world traveler who was always up for a trip to anywhere. Lynn touched so many people and was a fiercely loyal and loving friend to those who were lucky enough to become part of her very large inner circle. She was the most beautiful, eloquent and engaging woman, with an infectious laugh that brought joy to so many. She will be deeply missed. In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations be made to the Brain Injury Association of America.

Due to the current restrictions on social gatherings, her funeral will be private.

Services

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Michele Garber

February 16, 2021

Michele Garber

February 16, 2021

Lynn was part of our CNRG business group in Lexington. She was well loved and will be missed. She was a fantastic person.
We were at Skate 22 fundraiser Lynn was there helping out with the table in the picture.

Marjorie Sanua

February 15, 2021

Marjorie Sanua

February 15, 2021

Auntie Lynn’s joyful spirit and thousand-watt smile illuminated every occasion. Miss her so much!

Joyce Simard

February 14, 2021

When I lived in the Boston area, Lynn was part of the "Five Fabulous Females". We would have drinks and dinner (in that order) about once a month. Her Serper Method helped many people and she always gave of herself to others, with a smile. No doubt she is looking down and smiling at us now!

Layne Mayer

February 14, 2021

Layne Mayer

February 14, 2021

Layne Mayer

February 14, 2021

Carmen Pelletz

February 14, 2021

I loved aunt Lynn. She was an amazing woman who found joy and love for the family. She was the reason I pronounced the word aunt as awnt! 33 years ago when David and I got married she was there. I can see her beautiful face and joy in her heart. That picture stands out for me. I wish I could list all the memories we had together but there isn’t enough time. Especially to Susie, Layne and Jay my heart goes out to you. Aunt Lynn, I love you.

Rosie Kelly

February 14, 2021

Susie, Jay, and Layne, Sympathy and prayers to you and your families on the loss of your mother. Rosie and Tom Kelly

FROM THE FAMILY