lynn m.plopper
Hilton: October 6, 2011 at age 64. Lynn is survived by her loving husband of 45 years, David M. Plopper; children, Steven (Jennifer) Plopper & Susan (Cale) Tellier; 6 grandchildren, Brett, Alex, Kyle, Madison, Samantha and Jordyn; sister, Luann Mongelli; several nieces and nephews; lifelong friend, Judy Chinappi; several other relatives; many dear friends. Friends may call Sunday, October 9th, 12-4 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Hilton Chapel, 38 East Avenue. Her Graveside Service will be held, Monday, October 10th, 10 A.M. at Parma Union Cemetery, 260 Parma Center Road (please meet the family at the grave).

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  1. Although we did not know Lynn we know how much she meant to Steve and all her children. We send our love and prayers your way and wish you all strength. I know that Lynn will live on in the memories of her children and all those who loved her. So sorry Steve. Love Danielle and Joe.

  2. Dear David & Families:

    Sending our sincere sympathy to all your families.

    Especially thinking of you today.

    Keeping you in our daily prayers.


    Karen & Joan

  3. Lynn was a lifelong friend and a wonderful person. Although we have not seen each other in many years, I’ve always considered Lynn one of my dearest friends. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her. My deepest condolences to Dave, Steven, Susan and the rest of the family. Although I cannot be there in person, be assured that you will all be in my heartfelt thoughts… Mike

  4. My prayers to Lynn’s family. You will be sadly missed. Every time we get a gutter ball we think of you singing your song.

  5. My sympathy to Lynn’s family. We went to Nazareth together and bowled at Kodak. Will never forget her spirit.
    I am praying for your family as you traverse the days ahead.

  6. My thoughts and prayers are with Lynn’s family. Much to early for such a wonderful person to leave us. I wish you all well.

  7. Our condolences to Lynn’s family at this difficult time. We remember the fun times we had on Marching Band trips with the kids and of course raising money through Bingo etc. The parades & bus trips were fun with Lynn’s humor help making all the work alot of laughter & good times-we will always savor the memories-Rest in Peace, Lynn.

  8. Our sincere condolences on the loss of

    lynn. I went to Nazareth Academy and worked at Blue Cross- Blue Shield with her. She was always vivacious and lots of fun to be around! [ And my new daughter-in- law, Leigh Ann Turney, also sends her regards ]. Sincerely, Jackie Rossalesi Borrelli

  9. Steve, We are sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. You and your family are in our prayers. Keep all of her memories alive and celebrate her life!

  10. Thank you all for your wonderful messages about my mom, Lynn.. She was a wonderful Lady and I am the man I am today because of her!! She is up in heaven watching over all her friends and family now!! No more suffering. When it thunders now its my mom bowling a 300. R.I.P. mom I will miss you. Love you always!! your son Steve

  11. Thank you to all who have been such a big part of our family. My moms life was full of her helping out everyone else in stead of thinking of herself. She took care of me and my girls for 39 years and I was happy that we all had a chance to take care of her. Rest in Peace MOM. We will meet again. Please keep us safe. Look down on us always.. I LOVE YOU MOM now forever and always! I am who I am today because of you. Your daughter Sue…..

  12. We just read in the Democrat about
    Lynn. We were neighbors of yours at
    Norton Village many years ago and Lynn
    and I both went to Nazareth Academy.
    She was in the class behind mine.
    Ray used to see Steve at card shows
    and always enjoyed talking with him.
    We also knew Lynn’s Mom and Dad
    through the Rochester Bowling Assc.
    Our deepest sympathy to your entire
    family. I always remember Lynn being
    full of smiles and love. Your memories
    of her will make this all easier.
    We will be thinking of you .
    Arlene and Ray Walters
    Henderson, Nv.

  13. We send our condolences to the entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

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