Blakeleigh Weems dead and obituary, Blakeleigh Lauren Weems, Chandler Blake Ingram

In Loving Memory of Lynne D. Stubbs, affectionately known as “YaYa,” who peacefully departed this world on Friday, May 20, 2011, at the age of 68. A cherished resident of Cleveland, with roots tracing back to Louisiana, Lynne embraced her Catholic faith and, after a brief battle with cancer, found solace at home surrounded by her loving family.

Lynne, known for her vibrant spirit, pursued various passions in life. As a hot shot driver, she navigated the roads with determination. An avid and devoted gardener, her love for cultivating life’s beauty bloomed in every corner of her world. Lynne’s culinary talents were celebrated, with her kitchen becoming a haven for delectable creations. Her heart found joy by the beach, and she took delight in observing the graceful dance of birds.

Preceded in death by her best friend of 40 years, Alice Strohl, Lynne is survived by her beloved mother, Gloria VanNorden, devoted brothers Richard Dorroh and Ronald Dorroh, caring sister Vanessa Branch and husband Joe, and her cherished children: Gloria Stubbs Ingram and husband Allan, Sam Earl Stubbs and wife Patricia, Ginger Stubbs Sehon and husband Mark, Elizabeth Richel Eakin and husband Randall. She is also remembered by son-in-law Louis Lee.

Lynne’s legacy extends to her adoring grandchildren: Christina Michelle Lynn and husband Anthony, Ashley Melanie Lee and fiancé Dusty Deal, Sean Nicholas Lee, Markus Jed Berzas, Zackary Taylor Stubbs, Alice Richel Eakin, Benjamin Harlan Eakin, Chasity Sehon Weems, Gabrielle McKenzie Sehon, Michael Ingram, Mark Ingram and wife Tina, and Joseph Ingram. Her great-grandchildren, Casey Michelle Lynn, Anthony Austin Lynn, Aiden Charles Presley Lynn, Eric Tilman Hutcheson, Jr., Charles Willis Hutcheson, Blakeleigh Lauren Weems, and Chandler Blake Ingram, carry forth the warmth of her love.

Lynne’s memory lives on in the hearts of several nieces, nephews, and close friends who shared in her journey. A Remembrance of Life Service will be held on Monday, May 23, 2011, from 6-9 p.m. at the Old Pathway Missionary Baptist Church on Rymer Road. The arrangements are entrusted to the compassionate care of Ralph Buckner Funeral Home and Crematory. May Lynne find eternal peace, and may her legacy be a source of comfort to those who hold her dear. 🌹💖 #InLovingMemory #LynneStubbs #ForeverRemembered

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