OBITUARY

Lynne Milburn

September 30, 1951April 13, 2021

Lynne Milburn, age 69, of Sycamore, passed away Tuesday, April 13, 2021, surrounded by her family. She was born September 30, 1951, in Oak Ridge, Tenn., a daughter of the late Jacob and Wanda Dripps Myers.

Lynne grew-up in Florida, where she graduated from Seminole High School.

On January 20, 1970, she married Kenneth Milburn, who passed away on February 6, 2010.

She retired from the deli department at the Waynesburg Walmart. She also worked for several years for Kyowa America in Waynesburg.

Lynn resided in the Sycamore area for over 30 years. She loved working in her yard and raising flowers. Surviving are a son, Lonie Milburn of Sycamore; a daughter Lorie Milburn and her husband Jesse of Connellsville; and two grandchildren, Jessica Povlik (Paul Bartley) and Keith Povlik (Faith Goodwin).

Also surviving are a brother Jacob O. Myers II (Mary); and a sister, Barbara Johnson both of Largo, Florida.

Private arrangements are entrusted to Behm Funeral Homes Inc., 182 West High St., Waynesburg. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, www.cancer.org . Condolences may be offered at www.behmfh.com .

  • FAMILY

  • Kenneth Milburn, Husband
  • Lonie Milburn, Son
  • Lorie Milburn (Jesse), Daughter
  • Jessica Povlik (Paul Bartley), Granddaughter
  • Keith Povlik (Faith Goodwin), Grandson
  • Jacob O. Myers II (Mary), Brother
  • Barbara Johnson, Sister
  • Jacob Myers, Father (deceased)
  • Wanda Dripps Myers, Mother (deceased)

Services

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Janie CLARK

May 5, 2021

My heart broke when I heard the sad news. Lynn helped me get thru the lose of my Mother. Lynn was such a wonderful person that I called my 2nd Mom. She always talked about her children and grandchildren with such a big smile on her face. She will be missed but not forgotten. My God be with her family and friends.

Donna Carpenter

April 18, 2021

Barbara, King and Mary and rest of family, I was so sorry to hear of Lynn's passing. Kim and I have so many fond and wonderful memories of your mom and dad with you kids.

Kim and I send our prayers and love to all. God bless you.

pat Crossan

April 15, 2021

Lynn and Ken lived near us up in Ruffsdale, Pa. Lonie and my son Chuck were the best of friends. They loved to fish. I only saw Lynn a few times when I would take Chuck down to go fishing with Lonie at some pond near their home. Condolences to Lonie, Lorie and family. Love Pat

Alisha Policz

April 14, 2021

I worked with Lynne for awhile at walmart and she was my absolute favorite person to work with. She was such a strong, hard working, funny lady and i cant say enough nice things about her. I can honestly say that I will never forget her. My heart goes out to her family for their loss.

Dave King

April 14, 2021

Thoughts and Prayers for Lynn and Family.
Met her once in Florida. New and worked with Jake and Wanda and know Kingy Jake II.
I from Waynesburg but been in Florida since 69.
Prayers Dave

LuAnn Dettore

April 14, 2021

Lynne and I finally met when she was 17 and I was 15. As we lived in Michigan and she lived in Florida meeting all your Harvey relatives took some traveling. She was allowed to have the convertible and take me all over the place and show me a good time. We became long lost cousins and cherished our relationship for the rest of her life. One of my best memories of Lynne and Ken is when they hosted the Harvey Family Reunion. What a weekend that was!!! All the family together for what was to be the last time. All the Aunts and Uncles were there at their house in the country. EVERYONE had a great weekend!!!! And no one went down the side of the hill of that two track driveway!!! She will live on forever in our hearts and memories!! She was so LOVED!!!

Kelly Glitsky

April 13, 2021

It makes me sad to know that you are gone from this world. I remember sleepovers, fires, and peach cobbler.

I'm sorry for your loss, Lorie and Lonie. I hope you find peace during this challenging time.

John Copper

April 13, 2021

I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of my Aunt. Prayers go out to everyone that loved her. It seems as we grow older we also grow apart. I will always have fond memories of my Aunt and Uncle that I will forever cherish.

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FROM THE FAMILY