Obituary of Lynn Ann Stewart
"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”
It's as if these words were written for Lynn Stewart. Lynn has left this world but not before leaving behind a legacy of strength, love and friendship. It's these attributes that will make her easy to remember and impossible to forget.
At the far too young age of 55, Lynn Ann Stewart (Giampaolo) of West Lorne slipped away from us on Wednesday, April 27th, 2022. Lovingly remembered by her best friend, love of her life and spouse Myles Rawluk, her precious children, Alison (Jon), Pat (Niki), and Kyle (Kaylee), her brothers, Mike and Dave Giampaolo and Myles’ mom, Betty. Predeceased by her parents Annie and Albert Giampaolo.
Survived by her nephew Lucas and nieces, Rebecca and Jessica. Lynn will always be remembered by her closest cousins, Cheryl and Doris, her cherished and supportive friends Marilee, Jennifer, and Anita. As well as many other cousins, there were incredible friends who loved her as much as she loved them.
Although her work did not define her, she was incredibly proud of the time she spent as the Coordinator of the Roth/McFarlane Hand & Upper Limb Centre at St. Joseph's Healthcare, London. Lynn was well respected and appreciated by her colleagues at St. Joseph’s Healthcare, London and will be greatly missed by her St. Joseph’s “family”.
Lynn was a lover of life who ran marathons, enjoyed cooking and baking, and loved to be in Mexico, as recently as last month. Lynn coined the phase, “Obsessive Christmas Disorder (OCD)”. Christmas was a favourite time of year for her and Myles. Christmas 2021, while her last, was one she fully enjoyed with family, friends, decorations, food and wine.
As an expression of your love and sympathy, you are welcome to share a memory or a favorite picture of Lynn at www.westelginfuneralhome.com.
Memorial donations may be made to LHSC Cancer Centre, London, Ontario or the Canadian Cancer Centre