Lynn Rondinone Kelley

December 4, 2013
Lynn Rondinone Kelley

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Lynn Rondinone Kelley, 70, passed away after a brief illness at Hospice House of Williamsburg Wednesday December 4, 2013.

Among her survivors is her partner William K. Willis, Jr. Dog Pip, Brother Jeff and Rochelle Rondinone, Daughters Erin Evelyn & Mike Williams, Shannon Kelley & Nicole Brandt, & Meighan Kelley. Her extended family included, Nephews Troy & Kathleen Rondinone, David & Shana Rondinone. Children Kelly & Justin Dalton, Alex & Chris Liotta, Samantha, &Ian George, Will &Emily Willis and was ìMimiî to 11 grandchildren. Lynn spent 30 plus years in health care at Williamsburg Community Hospital and The Williamsburg Health Care Foundation. After retiring in 2007, she pursued her passions of quilting and gardening, as well as tending to her vast Flocks, Blue birds and Humming birds included. Tasks, which she pursued with zeal and purpose of a master craftsman. After once mentioning ìShe knew an adventure was going to happenî little did she know that sheíd move four times, build a log cabin, remodeled a mobile home on the water, help build two boats, help run a sheep farm, raise two Border Collies and an Australian Sheppard, as well as bring a smile to the heart of every one she met.Rest in peace Lynn Rondione Kelley, your Spirit of calm on troubled waters has blessed so many. The family will hold a celebration of Life at Bucktrout Funneral home, 4124 Ironbound Rd. Williamsburh, VA 23188 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm on Saturday, December, 7, 2013. The family request that donations to hospice House of Williamsburg at 4445 Powhatan Parkway, Williamsburg, VA 23188 be considered in lieu of flowers.

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  • December 07, 2013
    Judith Selleck Chapman says:
    I am so sad to have lost such a wonderful friend. I have known Lynn since our high school days in Newington, CT. She was a great supporter of my art and I of her wonderful quilting. I know this is a huge loss for her loved ones. Her spirit and laughter and warmth will live on. All the best to you. Judy

  • December 08, 2013
    Marguerite Siderowf says:
    I offer my most sincere sympathies to Lynn's family and friends. She was not only a classmate but also a childhood friend. She was a wonderful, caring person who will be missed by all who knew her or whose lives she touched.

  • December 07, 2013
    STEVE HARRIS says:
    I was saddened to see of Lynn's passing. She and I had many interactions in "Old Williamsburg" and all of them were pleasant. She had a broad range of interests and lived a full and good life. God bless you Lynn.

  • December 07, 2013
    Elaine Labbe Horne says:
    Lynn was a wonderful childhood friend. I have so many special memories of her and all the fun we had growing up together in Newington, CT. My condolences to her family.

  • December 07, 2013
    Lydia Spelt Hinds says:
    She was my dear, dear friend whom I met my first day of high school in 1958. She was one of the most gentle people I know. Always seemed serene and loving. She is gone much too soon from this world, but, I;m sure, VERY welcome in the next.