In Memory

Lynnell Crutcher (Caldwell)

Lynnell Crutcher (Caldwell)

Lynnell Caldwell was born in El Paso, Texas on February 26, 1953 to Dorothy and Bill Crutcher. Her family moved to California when she was young and settled in the La Mirada area. They later moved to South Pasadena where Lynnell attended South Pasadena High School where she graduated in 1971. Lynnell met her husband, Jamie, at their high school 10-year reunion and were married two years later. Lynnell was very involved with St. Dorothy Catholic Church, Cursillo, the Glendora community, (she was the first woman president for the Glendora Jaycees) Glendora Youth Soccer, Glendora Lassie League Softball and Guide Dogs of America. Lynnell worked as an administrative assistant to the Vice Principal at Goddard Middle School until she retired in 2012. Lynnell is survived by her husband of 38 years, Jamie, and their two children: Katie and Philip. Services were held at St. Dorothy Catholic Church, 241 S. Valley Center, Glendora, CA on Saturday, July 6. Rosary was at 10:00 am with the funeral mass immediately following at 10:30. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to Guide Dogs of America.

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06/26/19 02:45 PM #1    

Karen Olson

Lynnell was a great friend to me all through school. In spite of her own personal troubles, she was always ready to help at a moment's notice. She was sincerely kind and generous, as everyone who knew her was aware.

06/27/19 09:47 AM #2    

Steve Wright

The world is a better place because Lynell was in it. Hugs and prayers for Jamie and her other family and friends. The memory of her lives on in each of us who knew her.

06/27/19 10:30 AM #3    

Lorraine Terry (Bittner)

Nell was a friend to all who knew her. I was blessed to have been one of them. We had some great times together over the years; she left us way too soon. Rest In Peace, sweet friend.


06/29/19 03:07 AM #4    

David Sato

Fond memories.  Hot smoggy summer days playing coed softball at the jr high school, sitting in a booth at Fosselman's, heading to Laguna Beach in an overloaded Volkswagen van listening to CSNY and Lynnell's perpetural smile.  Rest eternally dear friend.

06/29/19 11:32 AM #5    

Carole Standish (Mora)

I remember walking home from SPHS with Lynnell and stopping at her house to hang out.  She loved the film "Romeo and Juliet" and had an album of the soundtrack that we listened to and memorized.  She was a sweet friend, who I remember was so very excited to become a Tigerette.  All the memories I hold of her are dear to my heart, just as she was.  May she rest in peace.

07/01/19 02:58 PM #6    

Donna Mouri (Warren)

I remember Lynnell, I will always remember her. I came across a tiny black and white picture of her just a couple of weeks ago. She was posing in the back yard of Robyn (Hyland) Arnold's house, i think.She was always so happy with people around her. I hope she is kicked back in heaven enjoying her favorite libation just waiting for the rest of us to come along. I will miss her.

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