With loved ones by her bedside and her Ronnie holding her hand, Lynn fell peacefully into her final earthly sleep on September 18, 2022. After long battles with countless illnesses, she just left behind her pain and her suffering. Born in 1934 on Flag Day to John P. Hoerr Jr. and Alyce Davenport, Lynn was extremely proud of her White Oak heritage. She liked to tell how her father, John, designed and built the original Rainbow Gardens complex. Lynn is survived by her husband Ron; his sons, Tim and Patrick; grandsons, Ian and Brandon; great-grandchildren, Hunter, Liam and Zoey. Lynn was predeceased by her parents and brother, John P. Hoerr III. Lynn was a 1952 graduate of McKeesport High School and later served as co-chair of several high school meetings. She continued her studies at Penn State University, Mount Mercy University and Robert Morris Business School. Lynn’s first job was with Bettis’ Atomic Energy Division which, due to his work building the engine for our first nuclear submarine, required Lynn to be vetted and given a top-secret security clearance. , an achievement she later poked fun at. Ron, whose clearance for his duties in the military was significantly lower. She married Ron in 1959 and accompanied him on postings to Baltimore and Atlanta, where she got a job with a major insurance company despite being “a fucking Yankee” and a Catholic, both of whom amounted at stigmata in 1960 in Georgia, and at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. , where his outstanding performance earned him the highest honor the Department of the Army can bestow on civilians. Upon their return to civilian life, Lynn and Ron proceeded to build their home in White Oak which they still occupy. Lynn was a devout Catholic, serving St. Angela Parish and School for more than 50 years, fulfilling roles from canteen mother to Eucharist minister. After her sons were older, she worked as a legal secretary at her husband’s McKeesport law firm for eight years. In 1994, she accepted a position with the engineering section of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission where she worked until her retirement at age 80. Lynn loved the ocean, especially long summer stays at their oceanfront rental in Ocean City, NJ. She loved to travel, visiting Ireland twice, as well as congress visits to many cities around the world. Lynn also reveled in cruise ships, including two PA Bar Association conventions at sea. Her favorite cruise was aboard the QE II on her maiden voyage in 2004. She enjoyed entertaining at their home , hosting numerous holiday and Super Bowl galas and insisting that she personally cook all the food for her guests. Lynn was committed to serving her community as co-chair of Boro’s year-long celebration of the country’s bicentennial, which culminated in Lynn’s active participation in throwing her lifelong friend, Mayor Jack Patterson, into the new Heritage Hill pool fully dressed in its best costume. She followed her mother’s example by joining the Junior Committee at McKeesport Hospital, working countless hours in her volunteer role. Lynn was loved and will be missed by family, friends, neighbors and former colleagues. A funeral mass will be held at noon on Saturday, September 24, 2022 at Mary, Mother of God Parish, St. Angela Merici Church, 1640 Fawcett Ave., White Oak, PA 15131. Arrangements are being made by STRIFFLERS OF WHITE OAK CREMATION AND MORTUARY SERVICES, 1100 Lincoln Way, White Oak, PA 15131 (Sue Striffler Galaski, supervisor, 412-678-6177.) To share a memory or condolences, please visit www.strifflerfuneralhomes.com.