Funeral Service

Time: 11.15am

Date: Tuesday 22nd March 2022

Service Details:
The service will be held in All Saints Church, Clayton-le-Moors followed by cremation at Accrington Crematorium.

Lynne Ivens

On 4th March 2022, suddenly but peacefully, receiving a Blessing, Lynne, aged 66 years of Clayton-le-Moors. The dearly loved wife of the late Michael, devoted mum to Nicola and Carley, dear mother in law of Paul, cherished grandma of Joshua, Caelen, Oliver and Louie, dearly loved daughter of Ronnie and the late Annie, loved sister of Steven, Beverley and Martyn and also a loved sister in law and auntie.

Lynne began her working life in the office at Associated Dairies before she became a child minder. Lynne adored children and was known as ‘Auntie Lynne’. She was loving, patient, wise and kind. Lynne also spent many years working as a carer and Wellfield & Henley House before moving to Broadfield in Oswaldtwistle. Lynne had a lovely smile and a warm, sunny nature and loved all people. She loved her home and enjoyed reading a good book. Her life was all about family and Lynne was the most doting grandma – every moment spent with her family was precious. Over the years Lynne adored her holidays abroad and cruises and, having visited Croatia for a day, she always had a yearning to return. Lynne will be remembered for being a truly lovely lady with a golden heart.

Family flowers only please, donations are being received in memory of Lynne on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Support.  To make a donation please click the blue button at the bottom of this page.

Please feel free to leave a message for Lynne’s online memorial book by completing the form below.

 

MESSAGES for the family of Lynne Ivens

 

Suzanne Cutts

Lynne was always ‘Auntie’ Lynne to me and my brother Christopher who lived next door to her and Mick for many years. I used to babysit for Nicola and Carley as children and felt they very much felt like family. I have some very happy memories. RIP lovely ‘Auntie Lynne’ Love to you both and the wider family. xxx

 

Carol Callow

Lynne was one in a million, a fantastic friend and work colleague. Will always remember our phone chats we had . I was known as your little pal. Thinking of her girls and the rest of the family lots . R.I.P my good friend until we meet again. Love Carol ❤️

 

Josh

Rest In peace grandma, I miss you xx

 

Wendy and Paul and family

So very hard to believe that we have to say goodbye to Lynne. The most kind and thoughtful friend. Rest in Peace lass love Wendy x Thinking of all the family with our deepest sympathy. Lynne will never be forgotten x

 

Malcolm Tresise

Will be sadly missed. Lived opposite her and Mick for 40 years and always had a friendly word and a laugh. My thoughts are with Nicola and Carley at this time.

 

Christine & John

Lynne was like a sister always there to call and see or go for lunch with. She will be missed so much she always had a smile for everyone. All our love to Nicola, Carley and all the family ❤xxx

 

Stacey

My best friend is your daughter, Lynne. Many a special memory was had either in your home or on holiday. You took me under your wing like I was your own. I felt safe when I was around you ( apart from when you caught me and carley drinking underage ) then I was scared ! You was so selfless, thoughtful and cared about everyone around you. I will miss your Xmas cards, seeing you in the street having a natter and just being around. I hope you have found peace with Mick. Your personality lives on in your girls and I want to say thankyou for being apart of my childhood and throughout my adulthood. God bless and rest in peace xxx

 

Deborah Callow

Sleep well Auntie Lynne, thank you for being there when my children were younger. Always in my thoughts love Debs and family xxxx

 

Sandra Riley

Rest in peace my beautiful friend, I’m going to miss you so very much. Loads of love to Nicola, Carley & family.

 

Andrew Hawrylak

Aunty Lynne always had a special place in my heart, she was always happy, always smiling and was such a genuinely nice person. She will be sadly missed by a great many people which is a testament to her beautiful soul. All my love and kisses xxx

 

Kerry Wallace

I 1st met Lynne when she became my carer many years ago. We soon became friends even though it was frowned upon. We put the world to rights, I looked forward to our chats. She was beautiful inside & out & always went the extra mile to help anyone. She will be greatly missed by anyone whose life she touched. Hope you’re having a blast up there with you’re Mick 💜  missing you lots. They definitely broke the mould when you were made. RIP sweet angel xxxxx

 

Gemma Donaldson

Sending all our love to such a wonderful family. Thinking of you. X

 

Broadfield Care Services

Thinking of you all today. Lynne was one of the best Carers we have had, such a lovely person who put everyone else first, she will be sadly missed. Rest in Peace Lynne and sending you all our love xxxx

 

 

 

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