Lynne Louise BALFOUR
May 10, 1950 – June 29, 2018
Lynne Louise BALFOUR was born on May 10, 1950 and passed away on June 29, 2018.
Lynne Louise BALFOUR
August 27, 2018
Lynne, I miss your friendship and our conversations. I’m so grateful you were a part of my life. I’ll never forget you. Love you, dear friend.
August 4, 2018
When I think of Lynne, there are many good memories of the life we shared for 68 years. Lynne had a wonderful sense of humor, but what comes to mind now is a wonderful day we shared in Simi Valley.
Terry and I had gone to California to attend my 30th class reunion. I had never attended a class reunion before. Lynne made an appointment for me at her hair dresser. Without telling me, she also made an appointment to get my nails and make-up done. She would not let me pay for any of it. She said that it was her special present to me. Later we went shopping and bought outrageous golfing clothes for our husbands. We laughed a lot and had a wonderful day.
Lynne, many special thoughts of you. May you rest in peace.
August 1, 2018
In remembering Lynne, her big blue eyes come to mind along with her wonderful sense of humor! Mostly, I reflect on all the wonderful Christmas Eves spent at my parents home, sitting around the Christmas tree, laughing while enjoying my Dad's champagne punch and my Mom's fudge. Oh how Lynne loved Mom's fudge!
May Lynne rest in peace
July 31, 2018
My cousin Lynne and I had something in common. We both liked riding dirt bikes. Lynne had a favorite story she liked to tell...
Back in the 80s Lynne and her now ex husband Bill took me and my motorcycle with them out to the desert to ride. One weekend they had gotten a room at a local motel and left me to sleep in the desert on a folding chaise lounge chair until Bill left for the motel and ran over my bed with his truck. Rough night but a great memory. Lynne laughed for days and every time we thought about it.
Going to miss you Lynne. ❤️
July 30, 2018
Lynne and I met over 20 years ago while we were both going through divorces through a class at church. I immediately loved her dry sense of humor and wit. We shared many laughs and lots of tears together. She truly was a sister to me and shared her wonderful family with me... through the good and the bad times. I’ll never forget her laughing at me while we were in Cape Cod and she ordered me a lobster... the dang thing came whole and I had no idea what to do with it..she thought it was hilarious! Me... not so much.
I’m so thankful that I got to spend time with her right before she passed... we went to lunch and laughed and talked and just enjoyed our time. I miss her every day...