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Lynda R. Lauro

December 27, 1979 ~ May 10, 2022 (age 42)

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Lynda R. Lauro was born on
12/27/1979 grew up in nesconsent NY. Lynda grew up with a love of animals as her parents use to breed dogs. She graduated from smithtown high school which is where she met Jamie at the age of 14 and they were in love from the start. She had her first real job as a bank teller in hauppauge NY which she did for several years. She got married at the young age of 20. Jamie and Lynda had their first child, Nicole at the age of 21. Lynda was overjoyed to have been a young mother as that is what she wanted from the start. Her and Jamie also bought their 1st house all at this time in setauket where they raised their family for 19 years. They had their 2nd child, Dylan 4 years later. Lynda and her family loved to ski in VT which is where they spent most of their time in the winters at their other home . This home was their own little get away. She loved to watch her kids on the mountain both from the age of 3. Lynda also loved the family gatherings especially her vacations to Florida where she was the happiest I had ever seen her. Lynda was diagnosed in 2010 with a lot of health issues, but let me tell you she was not going to let this stop her. She battled for 12 years with tons of doctors and treatments, but she did all of this to be around as long as she could for her kids and husband.
I met lynda when I was 14 years old and I just knew that we would be together forever. She was the most compassionate and caring person I have ever met. She cared more about everyone else before herself. She was always willing to help anymore in need.
I can remember our 1st summer together we made a trip to Fort Myers, FL to my grandfathers house and had the most incredible time. From that moment on FL was always a special place for us. She was always the happiest when we were there it became out favorite spot even as we had kids and years after. Our most recent FL trip I took a picture of her sleeping with all the windows open and the waves crashing in the back ground I had never seen her so peaceful this was our spot. We were very fortunate to have kids early in life which at the time I thought was not a great idea, but lynda had her plan of life fully laid out she knew exactly what she wanted and when. She wanted children early which she was able to do. From the moment of their birth and on she was the best mother I have ever seen. She devoted her entire life to her kids, She made sure they would want for nothing from planning the very over the top Christmas to every single party which all who knew her knew she thought of every single detail from the smallest of details. She made sure every event and holiday would be one to remember. Even after she was diagnosed with all her illnesses she fought even harder to make sure all of us were taken care of.
My beautiful wife underwent 12 years of the hardest battle of her life with all these treatments. Most people did not know how hard this really was for her because she put up a good front when people were around or when she was determined to plan the next event. The hardest thing was for me to watch her go through all of this, but she battled to be there for her kids and me . Lynda made sure to instill core values in her children which I cannot thank her enough for because I have 2 incredible kids and this is a full tribute to how she raised them. She was the best wife and the most incredible mother in the world. I had 28 incredible years with her and I just wish I had 28 more. Lynda had the most incredible love for her animals and especially her chickens that gave her such incredible joy. I would watch her sit outside for hours with them playing and petting them and this was her little tranquility. The joy she had from them was incredible.
Lynda touched hearts every where she went. She worked as a school crossing guard for several years and I could not believe how many sad faces there were from the parents of the kids she looked after when she had to retire due to her health getting worse. She made me the happiest man in the world and I Devoted my life to her and as she grew sicker I did everything in my power to try and make her life as enjoyable as possible. I altered my work life so I could be around more to take her to all her appointments and to just be closer to her and help her when ever she needed.
I have so many great memories and I cherish every moment I had with her. Babe I love you to the moon and back.
She is survived by her husband, Jamie, son, Dylan and daughter Nicole. Her mother Marie and father Peter and brother Peter and sister Annmarie. She also is survived by her in-laws Donna and Frank and the numerous brother and sister in laws, cousins, nephews, nieces, aunts, uncles, grandparents and close friends.
You will forever be in our hearts!!!
 

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Services

Visitation
Saturday
May 14, 2022

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
St James Funeral Home, Inc
829 Middle Country Rd
St James, NY 11780

Visitation
Sunday
May 15, 2022

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
St James Funeral Home, Inc
829 Middle Country Rd
St James, NY 11780

Visitation
Sunday
May 15, 2022

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
St James Funeral Home, Inc
829 Middle Country Rd
St James, NY 11780

Funeral Mass
Monday
May 16, 2022

10:30 AM
Sts. Philip & James RC Church
454 N. Country Rd.
St. James, NY 11780

Interment following funeral service
Monday
May 16, 2022

St. James Episcopal Churchyard Cemetery
490 N Country Rd
St. James, NY 11780

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