Lynn Rose Austermuehle

Lynn Rose Austermuehle

November 10, 1939 - July 28, 2020

Lynn Rose Austermuehle

November 10, 1939 - July 28, 2020


Beloved wife of George for 62 beautiful years.

Loving mother of Lisa (Brian), George (Sharyn), Lora (Gordon) and Leticia (Kurt)

Dear Grandma of Jonathan (Nikki), Jared, Dan (Kim), Jason, Brad, Ben, Eric (Kaitlyn), Adam, Alysia, Ansley, Alex & Caden

Proud great grandma of Parker, Avery & Savannah

Some of our memories of mom:

From her daughter Lisa:
Mom loved her children, grandkids & great grandkids so much, she was always taking the pictures she would see on social media and putting them on her digital picture frame and on her computer, she couldn’t get enough. I also remember as a little girl my mom would twirl a piece of my hair as we watched TV, and I know the comfort of your hand on my head was always wonderful.

From her son George:
Mom loved camping with her family making marshmallows on the Fire and dunking me in the lake. Mom loved playing games with her kids especially Mexican train. Mom would always call me Georgie.

From her daughter Lora (Sunshine):
Mom always went above and beyond when it came to us. She always tried to help us anyway she could. She worked hard for our family and was a smart woman. I was lucky enough to be able to work with her at a few jobs. She was a leader & I learned a lot from her.

From her daughter Leticia:
Memories of my mom are too numerous to list here. Humbly stated, to simply share a fond memory would not fully honor the memories I have of her life. What I will share is what I believe was God’s plan for her life…to raise me to know, there is a God who loves me. I didn’t quite fully understand the magnitude of this love until around the age of 43 though.
The night before my mom was ushered into Heaven, I was thankful for the opportunity to read Psalm 91 (the assurance of salvation) to her, to remind her God was all around her and to listen to Jesus’ voice, to assure her how much she was loved, to thank her for all that she poured into my life, to apologize for the hurt and sadnesses of the past, and to have peace.
This is the testimony I share to honor the life of her. I love you mom. Soli Deo – Glory to God alone

Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions , a memorial service will be schedule for a later date and time.

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3 responses to Lynn Rose Austermuehle

  1. Linda Lange says:

    Rest in peace Lynn! You will be missed by all who loved you.

  2. Pat Cassata says:

    Lora and family, Our deepest condolences
    Sam and Pat Cassata

  3. I can only imagine the beautiful world you are surrounded by now , but just know the thought of you stays constant in this one with me .
    I love you grandma and I miss you .

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