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Lynette M. (Berry) Angus

July 12, 1949 ~ August 9, 2019 (age 70)

Lynette M. (Berry) Angus, 70, of Lewiston, NY, passed from this life on Friday, August 9, 2019 at her residence, after a very brief illness. Born in Hull, Yorkshire, England, she was the daughter of the late Eric and Yvonne Berry.  On November 7, 1987, Lynette married William R. Angus.

 

Lynette and her husband came to the local area in 1994.  She earned her Masters Degree in Social Work from The University at Buffalo.  Lynette was employed as a social worker for Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center and Catholic Charities in Niagara Falls, before becoming a Psychotherapist with her own successful consulting practice in Lewiston. She will be truly missed by the many clients she has helped and with whom she established lasting relationships. Her goal was always to be a positive influence to those around her.  Her willingness to help, her calm and joyful outlook, her fabulous sense of humor and her contagious kindness would become her legacy.  Lynette never complained.  She knew that life’s challenges were part of her journey and accepted even her last great challenge with grace and dignity, leaving this world as the lady she always was.  Lynette was the Co-Founder of Soul Sanctuary and was a member of the National Association of Social Workers.  She was a very spiritual person and truly enjoyed numerology, life-coaching, English period history, romantic poetry and crafts. 

 

Lynette wanted to extend a special thank you to the many caregivers that made the final part of her journey more comfortable.

 

A perfect wife, wonderful sister, fabulous aunty, cousin and dear friend, she is survived by her loving husband, Bill; sisters, Colette Berry, Annette Holmes (Husband, David and son, Kodie), Jeanette Dyer (Husband, Scott and Children, Justin and Samantha); brother, Keith Berry (Wife, Chris and Children, Joanne, Nicholas & Kristin). Predeceased by Mum and Dad and brother, Garth John Berry (Children, late Steven, Scott (mother, Chris) and Michael). Lynette will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by many family members, friends, colleagues & clients.

 

In lieu of flowers and donations, Lynette would wish for you to do an act of kindness for someone, in her memory.  Arrangements are under the direction of Michael R. Goodlander of OTTO REDANZ FUNERAL HOME.  Please visit www.goodlandercares.com for all condolences.   

 

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