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Lynda 
Molnar

Molnar, Lynda
Age 67, of New Berlin, died Friday, June 30th at Aurora Zilber Family Hospice in Wauwatosa following an incredibly courageous battle with cancer.
Lynda is preceded in death by her loving parents Miles and Elsie and by her beloved son, Peter.
Born June 28, 1950 in West Allis, Lynda graduated from Carroll College (now University), in Waukesha, and spent her professional life teaching in the West Milwaukee/West Allis School District. As enjoyable as teaching truly was for her, her greatest joy in life was her kids. Lynda would do, and did do, everything for her kids and they knew it every step of the way.
Lynda leaves behind her high school sweetheart husband of 45 years, John; her dear brother David; her children, Christopher, Angela (Jake Cameron) and Brandi Baker; the brightest light, her grandson Miles; her precious little dachshund, Adele; and her grandpuppies Cujo and Antonia . Just as importantly, she would like to thank Mary and Larry Baker for being great friends to her.
A memorial visitation will be held on Saturday, July 8th from 10AM-12PM at the funeral home with a memorial service to follow at 12PM. In lieu of flowers, Lynda requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society to keep progressing cancer treatment/curative research and the Elmbrook Humane Society.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
262-901-1140
16880 W. National Ave.
New Berlin, WI 53151

Past Comments

Mary Karolewicz

My condolences to you, Brandi and Miles, and to all of your family. May God’s blessings comfort you in your time of need. Mary Karolewicz (PV EA)

cherrie christel

Condolence to the You Angela and the rest of your family.. may God hold her in his hands now… much love The Christel family…

Barbara Buss

So sorry for your and your family’s loss, Chris. Cherish those wonderful memories. :sparkling_heart:Barb Buss

Tim Sears

My sincere sympathy. I am recovering from a hospital stay and will be unable to attend visitation and service.

Tim Sears

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