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Mary Lynn Lolmaugh, loving wife and mother passed away August 31, 2017 at the age of 69.
Mary Lynn was born on February 7, 1948 in Waukegan, Illinois to the late James and Germaine Shuster.
She was united in marriage to Dave Lolmaugh on October 23, 1967; celebrating 50 years of marriage this October 2017.
Mary Lynn worked for the United States Department of Defense as a Civil Service Employee. She worked in various locations and positions, retiring after 40 years of service at Fort McPhearson, Ga.
Mary Lynn was an avid gardener. She enjoyed entertaining her family and friends, baking, playing games, cards and shopping at her favorite spots. She never missed an opportunity to try a new restaurant spot and would drive anywhere to try one.
She was a very special person, never judging others, giving of her heart to all, kind and selfless. Mary Lynn was a devote Catholic, and member of Holy Trinity Church in Peachtree City.
Mary Lynn will be deeply missed by her loving husband and best friend, Dave Lolmaugh of Fayetteville; daughter: Julianne Ryberg of Peachtree City; son David Lolmaugh of Hampton; grandchildren: Alec, Aaron, Shawn, Jacob, Sarah and Christopher; Brothers: Mark Shuster and Tom Shuster; Sisters: Jeannie Shuster, Karen Schroeder (Fred), Annie Krueger (Jim); and by many dear family and friends.
In Lieu of flowers please offer a memorial mass in her honor at your church of choice.
Messages of condolence may be left at www.GeorgiaCremation.com. The Lolmaugh family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Highway 54 West, Fayetteville.
Christopher & Sarah's Mom says
Mary Lynn is of one the most amazing women I have ever known.
I promise to continue to raise your grand babies to love and respect everyone without judgement of any kind and to always offer a kind word whenever they are not sure what to say the same way you always have.
I promise they will know how to make potica and will be able to teach their children so that your family tradition continues through the generations.
I love you so dearly and though you are missed, I promise to reminisce joyfully with the kids so their tears may quickly be replaced with smiles, because that’s what you would want.
♥️ God looked around his garden ♥️
and found an empty space
Then he looked upon this earth
♥️ and saw your tired face ♥️
and lifted you to rest
God’s garden must be beautiful
♥️ He only takes the best ♥️
Charles T Dalbec says
David and Family,
Mary Lynn’s battle is over and she’s with the Lord Jesus where we all will see her once again as she tends to the Garden in Heaven
Know that she was a wonderful Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and a Grand Lady.
Sincere Regards during this time of the loss of a beautiful person..
LTC Charles T and Tammy Dalbec
Patricia Konarski says
You have been one of the kindest and most caring woman I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. You will be missed by everyone who’s life you have touched. I love you and will forever miss you!
Gail Schuman says
Rest in peace, Mary Lynn. I enjoyed knowing and working with this sweet lady.
Belinda, William and David says
Please accept our deepest sympathy as we were saddened to hear about the passing of your beloved wife, Mary Lynn. She was a thoughtful and selfless treasure that will be surely missed. Mary Lynn will always have a special place in my heart. We know your family’s hearts are heavy now, but know God gives us strength when we think we have none.
Here is saying that touches my heart and helps me when I hit a rough patch. I hope it does the same for you and your family during his difficult time.
“What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch. We may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that you passed, but that you lived. And that your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget.”
Christopher Lolmaugh says
Papa, Even though it is a hard time right now we know that as longer it goes on it should become easier.It may be feeling like it is just getting harder but it will eventually get better.
I still miss her so much and wish she was still here but I know she has finally left all her pain and misery on this earth.I will forever miss her and will be thinking about her. But I promise I will proceed in scouts and get my Eagle Scout and make you proud. Sincerely your grandson Christopher Lolmaugh
Antoinette Wheeler says
May you Rest In Peace Ms Mary. It was such an honor to have known you.
Prayers and condolences to your family.
J Shedrick says
Fellow USARC/Fort McPherson member…RIP
Steve and Linda Russell says
David, Julianne, David Jr.
We are so saddened to hear of Mary Lynn’s passing. She was such a good person and friend and did so much for our family. She was one of the best mentors I ever had. She will be sorely missed. May God be with you and offer his holy spirit and comfort during this time of sadness. May her loving memory bring you great joy in the time to come.
Dorothy Bruce says
David and family, so sorry to hear of your loss of Mary Lynn, a beautiful wife, mother and friend. She was one of the kindest persons I ever had the pleasure to know. I will never forget all she did for me as I started working with her and the time spent with you guys away from work. Praying for comfort and peace for you all in this loss and may your many happy memories of her bring you peace
Lyndon & Hallie Johnson says
Mary Lynn, Lyndon and I were coworkers, and thereafter, maintained a business relationship for many years. She always greeted us with a smile and a good word! We have all lost a great friend………may she rest in peace. We will be in touch David—–
Sandie Cashmore Arreguin-Barrett says
We were best friends many years ago in high school, I have fond memories of you and your family, your mom’s wonderful tuna salad, your sisters and brothers, our antics in school…some crazy things we did, the fact that you were the only one I knew that could fall UP stairs not down. Funny how even though we were separated at different times we were still connected when I worked with your beautiful daughter, it was like being with you all over. I wish we had carried that friendship much further but life happens and we lost touch for too long…I will still miss the memories we shared, love you Mary Lynn!