Marcia Ann Lynn (Wehmiller)



Marcia Ann Lynn (Wehmiller), 63, of Seymour, IN, passed away unexpectedly in the comfort of her home. She was born on December 6, 1959, in Seymour, Indiana, to the late Marvin L. and Martha “Margo” (Weber) Wehmiller. Marcia graduated from Seymour High School, Class of 1978. She found immense joy in her role as a devoted mother and embraced her life as a homemaker. Later on, she became a cherished member of the United Methodist Church. On March 26, 1982, she married Kenneth D. Lynn at the Seymour Church of God, and their love endured throughout the years. Left to cherish the impact of her life are her husband, Kenneth D. Lynn; her beloved son, Courtney J. Lynn, of Seymour, Indiana; her cherished daughter, Victoria (Troy) Lamintinia, of Hayden, IN; and two precious grandchildren who brought immeasurable joy to her life, Angel Poole and Gabriel Poole, both residing in Seymour, IN. Marcia’s capacity for love had no bounds, and she is also survived by her three sisters: Jennifer Jo (Hal) Montgomery of Seymour, IN; Teresa (Barry) Short of North Vernon, IN; and Lucinda (Harry) Howe of Seymour, IN. Marcia was preceded in death by her two sisters, including an infant sister, Pam Wehmiller and Linda Smith, whose absence she deeply mourned. Country music resonated deeply with her soul, and the soothing melodies filled her days as her country music cable station played in the background. However, the truest and most profound source of love and fulfillment in her life was her family. Marcia’s devotion to her children and grandchildren knew no limits; they were the radiant stars that illuminated her universe and the very essence of her being. As per Marcia’s wishes, her earthly remains will be cremated under the compassionate care of Adams Family Funeral Home & Crematory in Crothersville. A private gathering, overflowing with the profound love she held for her family, will take place at Russell Chapel Cemetery, creating a sanctuary of cherished memories. In honor of Marcia’s life, memorial donations can be made to Russell Chapel Cemetery, c/o Adams Family Funeral Homes & Crematory, 110 East Howard St., Crothersville, IN 47229. To offer your heartfelt condolences to the family, please visit May Marcia’s spirit continue to inspire love, grace, and enduring bonds that transcend the limits of time.

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