Sponagle – Lynn Marie, age 62, of Port Mouton, Queens County, passed away on Thursday, June 6, 2019, at home.
Born in Sherbrooke Village, Nova Scotia, Lynn was a daughter of the late Malcolm and Cynthia (Horton) Sponagle.
Lynn was a very accomplished lady, having worked first as a nurse and then joining the Canadian Military, where she tracked submarines for a number of years. She would later go back to school to become a lab technician, while studying she met Don, the love of her life, at CFB Stadacona. They lived in Milford Station for many years before retiring to Port Mouton, on the South Shore. Lynn knew how to express herself and interpret the world around her in her own creative way, there wasn’t any craft she couldn’t do such painting, carving, fibre art, cooking and many more once she put her mind to it. Lynn was an active member for many years with The Winds of Change Dramatic Society. She was a beautiful woman who gave endlessly of her time and love.
She is survived by her loving husband, Don Karney; sister, Lori Dawn Sponagle (Stan Charbonneau) of Montreal, Quebec, her beloved boxers Hunter and Petra
Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool. At Lynn’s request, there will be no funeral service. No flowers by request. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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Deb ,Chuck Sponagle-Taylor
Our Lynn , you lived life to the fullest. You did all you did and you did it well!
Biggest hugs to Don , Lori and all of Lynn’s close friends and there are many , may our hearts heal with believing that Lynn is tipping a glass for all of us left behind.
You forever will be remembered and forever loved.
My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to all of Lynn’s loved ones! I’m blessed and grateful to have known her. She will always be remembered! BAWK!
Ira and Brenda Husk8ns
Sorry to hear of the sudden loss of your beloved!
I was a pleasure to know Lynn, though not as well as many. Her sense of humor and mischievous smile were pure gold and silver. A sister by heart. Sincere condolences to Don and all who loved her.
Lynn is already missed by the ‘Divas’. She was such a driving force in our little group. She was an amazing friend who made me laugh, cry and attempt things I didn’t think I could do. Her life was much too short but so well lived. Take care of yourself and the dogs.
With kind thoughts
Don I am so sorry. Take care of you. Xo
To Lynnn’s Family,
I was very sorry to hear about Lynn’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Lynn and I were friends during our teens.
Diane Smith (prefabs)
Ron & Barb campbell
We are deeply saddened at Lynn’s passing. Please accept our sincere condolences. She was a wonderful person.
Sending love and my deepest condolences to Don and family. She was an amazing presence. Forever in my heart.
My deepest condolences Don and family.
My sincere condolence Don, I don’t really know what else to say except, I liked Lynn a lot and she will be missed.
God bless you and her family.
Sponzie! Sponzarella! Don, I am so sorry for the loss of your lovely Lynn. She was larger than life, irreverent and irrepressible. So much talent and vitality, and always with that wicked grin as she laughed her way through our lives. She was a great lady, and will be sorely missed!
Rest in peace Lynn. You made every moment full when we were together.You will be missed by many. My condolences to your family and friends you called family.
Remembering Lynn and her antics throughout our
Junior High School years. She always had a great comeback
for any comment that came her way…. My sincere
To Lynn’s family,
I had the privilege of working along side Lynn with the WOC. She was so sweet, and funny and absolutely wonderful with the kids in our youth production, not to mention her awesome costume skills. I am so happy I got to know her even for a short time.
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time,
Susan M MacLeod
To Lynn’s family. I met Lynn while I organized the Gift Gallery Craft-Artisans shows in Liverpool. She demonstrated making wool and showed many of her fine works of art. I am so sorry to know she has passed away. My sincere condolences. Sincerely Susan MacLeod
I never had the opportunity to meet Lynn but knew her mother and visited her while she resided at Shoreham Village. Lynn’s father would have been a distant relative of mine. My condolences to you.
so sorry for your loss, Lynn and i played together for many years in Sherbrooke, she and her family were our next door neighbors until they moved to Liverpool her mom joined us for Christmas Dinner for many years after our Mom, Anne Warner passed away, Her Dad and mine Jack Warner worker together for the DOF of many years
Ed & Cheryl Weir
Our Deepest Sympathy & Prayers to all the family.
Ed & Cheryl Weir
Bob and Joanne Smith
Don we are so saddened to hear of Lynn’s sudden passing. Please accept our sincere condolences.
Shirley & Paul
Don, Lori and family: Lynn truly will be missed and I hope time and all the great memories you have will bring some sunshine into your lives and help comfort you and your family.
Lynn and I had a special bond over 38 yrs. We were hit by a car together, and then spent almost a month in bed together at my house oonvalescing since Lynn couldn’t walk up stairs due to her leg cast. We definitely helped each other feel better and get well faster by being together and couching each other on. She was my sister by heart and I will always feel like a piece of me is missing. She was important to me, and my children loved their Auntie Lynn. Soar high my sister. I will miss everything about you but you’ll never be far from our thoughts and memories. I’m sending up prayers for strength for Don and Lori.
I am very sorry to hear of your loss. Remembering Lynn from junior high and how she persuaded her mother to type up a petition that we composed. Her humor and courage in the face of the teacher fallout was remarkable. She was the type of person who always had your back. Sincere condolences.
To Lynn’s Family – My sincere condolences. Gone too soon!
Dear Don…I am soo sorry. I always loved -Lynns free spirit ,sparkly eyes and infectious. laugh…she was and always will be one of a kind…Debbie Godfrey
Betty & Irving Strople
Our deepest sympathy to Don and Lori, I only new Lynn as a little girl
and seen her at her moms funeral for the first time in so many years.
She had a beautiful smile and was so sweet.
Her cousin Betty & Irving
Our deepest sympathy to all Lynn’s family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. God Bless.
John L. Whidden, Halifax
Very sorry to hear about Lynn. She was one of my first friends growing up on the west side of Sherbrooke. I’m sure we caused her parents and mine more than one headache because we sure had fun as kids.
Linda Hewitt Koch
Heartbroken to learn of the passing of Lynn. I was blessed to have met her through Facebook, and have her whip my butt in Words With Friends, not many can say that. After worrying that I hadn’t heard from her, I reached out to another FB contact. What a fun, spunky woman, she surely is missed. My heartfelt condolences to you all.