Condolence & Memory Journal

Aunt Lynn was a great influence in my Life. I hung out at her house would take lots of trips to Idelwild Park and Conneaut Lake Park. Remember all the great times we spent durring Christmas breaks spent at her house. She will be missed greatly.

Love Bob and Alicia Mangola and Family.

Posted by Robert Mangola - Batavia, NY - Family   January 13, 2022

Aunt Lynn was an especially wonderful woman. I was thinking about her yesterday all day. I think to prepare me for a great loss of an aunt I truly loved. She was my godmother and was kind to me every time she saw me. She visited me when I was sick and help my mother out while caring for me when I was little. She even brought me a raggedy Ann doll to hold on to until my eye was better. She was always good with her kids, keeping them involved school activities and sports. She was always aware and involved with every single one of her children. I'm sure it was the same for her grandchildren. She and my uncle Joe were just meant to be together. They were like two peas in a pod. She was so brave and strong to take care of things for her and her children after Uncle Joe passed. I have never seen nor heard of her complaining about the important things. Now she may have complained about the kids sometimes, but that's what Mom's do! Lol. She will be sorely missed by every and anybody who's ever known her. She was just a fantastic human being and I am happy that she is with her great love of her life and peace and without pain. God bless her and her family. I love you Aunt Lynn. May you be held in the arms of Jesus and find the joy of the Lord from now on! Peace and comfort to you and your family. Again love to you! Love always, Linda Engel Berardini

Posted by Linda Berardini - Pittsburgh, PA - family   January 12, 2022


We never met you but we very well knew who you were. We knew what a wonderful human being you were in life, simply by meeting just one single offspring you conceived of many.
Your daughter Nikki carries with her a God given gift when it comes to dealing with others.The attributes you instilled in her, I suspect are also found in so many other siblings with whom you shared your soft love as well as your hard love.

Rest in peace Lynn, and know you have left an army of good souls behind that will never forget your memory.

Posted by Robert & Linda Esteva & Sanders - Montville, NJ - Family Friend   January 12, 2022

Lynn Mangola was my mother in law. Most of my friends did not get along with theirs. I never understood that as mine was wonderful. MILs are often portrayed as mean, nagging, condescending women. Someone you could never please. Lynn was the exact opposite. She was kind, loving, giving. She made me feel part of the family from the beginning. As a non-Italian marrying into a very Italian family, she taught me how to make all the traditional and holiday recipes for “her” sauce, lasagna, and stuffed rigatoni (my husbands favorite). Never came to the house empty handed. Almost always took my side in domestic squabbles. We were so alike in many ways. I loved her as if she was my own mother. I can’t believe she’s gone. Rest In Peace Nana.

Posted by Deborah Mangola - Family   January 12, 2022

Thinking of you and your family, love you. ❤

Posted by Savannah douglas - Friend   January 11, 2022