Lynne Aline Yazurlo, 39, of Flagler Beach died suddenly Monday, September 28, 2009 at her sister’s home. She was at Lory's assisting her in her ongoing struggles with Flagler County Code Enforcement.
Lynne was born January 13, 1970, in Fort Worth, Texas. She was asthmatic throughout her life. She moved to the Daytona Beach area in 1986 with her parents and graduated from Spruce Creek High School in 1988. She was a sun worshipper who enjoyed the beach and being outdoors.
Lynne went to be with her sister Lory in 1991 when Lory became a quadriplegic, and spent many months in Baltimore and Atlanta, assisting Lory in her recovery. She later helped Lory with her pigs at “Pig Tales Sanctuary” in Bunnell.
Lynne was especially fond of Jingle Bells, her sister Leslie's 19-year-old dog, and made sure he always had his favorite food, in pate form, not sauce.
Lynne looked for the best in everyone and was always eager to help others. She was non-judgmental and forgiving.
Lynne will be forever missed by her parents, Charlene and John Yazurlo; two sisters, Lory Yazurlo and Leslie Yazurlo; nieces, Heather Jenkins, Lisa Breeden; nephews, Joe and Eric Yazurlo and Wesley Breeden; grand nieces and nephews, Nate Truelove, Xavier and Kahliyah Benjamin; her Aunts and Uncles, many cousins, and countless friends. Lynne was preceded in death by her sister, Lisa Yazurlo, who was killed by a drunk driver in 2000.
Lynne is happy now, in a far better place, with Lisa, her Auntie Cookie, her Grandma Aline, Nate's daddy Danny, and, of course, God's son Jesus, for whom we are all very thankful. Lynne's words; so true!
A week ago, Lynne was here with us. God's timing is, I'm sure, perfect. Shower the people you love with love. Treasure each moment. Life turns on a dime!
Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society is in charge of cremation arrangments.