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Lynne Ann (Hurley) D'Andrea

June 3, 1958 ~ January 9, 2024 (age 65) 65 Years Old

Lynne D'Andrea Obituary

Lynne Ann (Hurley) D’Andrea, 65, of Green was born to James Patrick and Deanna Hurley on June 3, 1958, and went home to be with our eternal loving father on January 9, 2024.  One of 6 siblings, Lynne is preceded in death by her devoted husband, Anthony (Tony) Michael D’Andrea, grandmother’s, Mary Hurley and Leora Santy, uncle Robert Santy and mother and father-in-law Gene and Donna D’Andrea. 

Lynne is survived by her parents Deanna and James Patrick Hurley; daughters, Danielle (Chris) Bellis and Trinity (Jared) Elmiger;  grandchildren, Isabella Lynne and Jude Anthony Elmiger and Daniel Christopher and Leora Mary Bellis; siblings, Patty (Dan) Campisi; James (Joanne) Hurley; Mick (Pam) Hurley; Theresa (Jamie) Donald; Julie Zito; sister’s and brothers-in-law, Joe (Debbie) D’Andrea; Diane (Rick) Crano; Charles (Sandie) D’Andrea; Patrick (Maryanne) D’Andrea; Michael (Faith) D’Andrea; Gino (Gia) D’Andrea; Jim (Carol) D’Andrea; Angelo D’Andrea; Denise (Pat) Darrow; Lisa (Chris) Stefancik, many nieces, nephews, and friends.

Lynne was fierce, tough, loving and kind. She was strong; yet soft with empathy and compassion for the world around her. Her blue eyes, bright and glittering like the heavens. She was lovingly admired by her late husband as his Mo Chuisle (gaelic), ”My heartbeat, my sweetheart, my darling. My pulse.” Always there for her daughters and grandchildren, Lynne retired to take care of all four of her grands. She wouldn’t let a day go by without telling them how much she loved them, letting them know they were the apple of her eye. No words were never unspoken, no deeds left undone. A shining example of when you start something, you always finish it and give it your all. The reward capitol of their lives, always making sure they took trips to Toys ‘R Us with receipts to prove it that were a mile long. If one of her grands was selling for a fundraiser, she bought, not the whole case, but 20 cases!

Her relationship with her daughters was a love story like none ever written. There was no Lynne without Danielle and Trinity and vice-versa. They were the loves of her life and she was the love of theirs. “If you need me, call me. No matter where you are. No matter how far. Just call my name, I’ll be there in a hurry. On that you can depend on, and never worry. You see, my love is alive, it’s like a seed that only needs the thought of you to grow. So if you feel the need for company, please my darling, let it be me. Ain’t no mountain high enough! Ain’t no valley low enough! Ain’t no river wild enough, to keep me from you!” -Dianna Ross, was her mantra as far as her girls (and her grands) were concerned. 

Those lucky enough to be close with Lynne through friendship had unwavering loyalty, dependability, reliability, love and respect. 

Her strength and determination through her battle with illness were commendable and recognized by her medical staff. She persevered and refused to let the diagnosis define her and how people interacted with her. Lynne’s daughters would like to especially thank Aunt Pam Hurley for never missing any appointment, treating her as if she wasn’t sick and for her unwavering love and support through the hardest days. We thank you for your constant reminder of the beauty in life. Additionally, thank you to the Nurses, Doctors and Medical Team at Summa Health System.

Lynne graduated from North High School in 1976. She went on to work as a meter reader with Ohio Edison as well as the medical field for over 30 years at SummaCare Health Insurance and Tri-C Community College in the School of Nursing, where she helped develop programs for students. Lynne was a member of St. Francis deSales Roman Catholic Church in Portage Lakes.  She enjoyed buying furniture, decorating and helping other people. Above all else, she loved spoiling and caring for her grandchildren.

A Mother/Momaw for the Ages. We love you for your charm and grace that make this world a better place. We love you for the special way of finding joy in every day. We love you for the wisdom you share for being strong and being there. We love you for your warmest hugs that reassure and whisper love. Besides all the things you do, We love you Momaw, because you’re you!

Visitation will be 4:00 until 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 16, 2024 at Donovan Bagnoli Funeral Home, 339 Southwest Ave, Tallmadge.

Mass of Christian burial will be 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at St. Francis de Sales, 4019 Manchester Road, Akron with Fr. Jacob Bearer officiating.

Interment will be held at Rose Hill Memorial Gardens.

The family respectfully requests donations to be made to the Green Schools Foundation, True Grit Memorial Scholarship in Honor of Anthony and Lynne D’Andrea. Green Schools Foundation, P.O. Box 218, Green, Ohio 44232.

“God be in my head and in my understanding. God be in my eyes and in my looking. God be in my mouth and in my speaking. God be in my heart and in my thinking. God be at my end and at by departing. Amen”

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January 16, 2024

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Donovan Bagnoli Funeral Home & Cremation Services
339 Southwest Ave.
Tallmadge, OH 44278

Mass of Christian Burial
January 17, 2024

11:00 AM
St. Francis de Sales Parish
4019 Manchester Rd
Akron, OH 44319


Green Slchools Foundations, True Grit Memorial Scholarship in Honor of Anthony and Lynne D'Andrea
PO Box 218, Green OH 44232


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