Lynda R.  Stevens

August 21, 2020

Service: Tuesday, September 1, 2020, 10 am ; St. Ferdinand Catholic Church.


Lynda R Stevens
Age 67, of Cranberry Twp passed away on Friday, August 21, 2020.

Lynda is the daughter of the late Robert and Dolores Stevens. She is survived by her sisters Cynthia Petraglia, Diane Stevens, and Judith Moon (Geoffrey) and brother, Robert Stevens (Melinda). Her nieces and nephews are Christina Petraglia (Pierluigi Scaglione), Laura Campbell (Patrick), Derek Stevens (Melissa), Brendan Stevens (Veronika Jokel) and Samantha Moon. Her great nephews and nieces are Rosario and Sveva Scaglione, and Finley and Isla Campbell. Lynda is also survived by her countless friends whom she considered family as well.

Lynda retired from Sodexo in 2018 where she was a Sr Contract Compliance Manager. Lynda, an avid Mahjong and Shanghei player and foodie, enjoyed entertaining, traveling, and celebrating life with friends and family. She was always quick with a smile and a warm greeting.

Lynda was a member of St Ferdinand’s Catholic Church in Cranberry Twp. She spent many years in the Stephen Ministry at her previous church in Twinsburg, Ohio providing one-on-one support to others facing life’s difficulties.

Lynda and her family are very appreciative of the care she received from the professionals at Passavant Hospital ER, Mercy Hospital Medical ICU and the Cranberry EMS. Lynda was an organ and tissue donor, and the family really appreciated all the support and care that the Center for Organ Recovery and Education (CORE) provided as they led us through the organ donation process.

Lynda was a giving person and would appreciate a donation in her honor to any charitable organization of your choice. Some of her favorite charities included the Center For Organ Recovery and Education, Pittsburgh, PA, The Peter Maurin Center, Akron, Ohio and St Ferdinand’s Catholic Church, Cranberry Township.
Close friends and family are welcome to attend a Memorial Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday at 10 am at St Ferdinand’s Catholic Church, Cranberry Township.

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  • TRACIE HOFFMAN

    Lynda was such a caring person I new her from our Sodexo days in Ohio she had a baby shower for me when I moved to Ohio and I didn’t know anyone she was so giving of her self I am sorry for your loss she loved her family so much

  • Les Slater

    RIP Lynda. Many years of working memories.

  • Janet & Bill Zinsmeister

    To the Family of Lynda,
    Lynda was such a caring person. She would always be so comforting when you talked with her. Her desserts were fabulous that she brought to Bunco. I loved her laugh. She will be missed. Our deepest condolences & prayers for you all.

  • Kate Roberston

    Lynda was a kind and generous person who deeply loved her family and friends. She will be sorely missed. God speed Lynda..

  • Brenda White

    My condolences to the family. I know she will be deeply missed as she was loved by many. She was all business, but occasionally you could break through and see the soft, fun, loving person beneath that exterior. Praying for you and your loved ones.

  • Juanita Baker

    Lynda was was a good soul. I will miss her.
    I will miss her saying JDB explain. She was a lot of fun. And she was quick to notice if i was down and ask if she could help. We had a a lot of fun learning the computer. She she was faster at numbers. Enjoy your bunny slippers and bonbons. We will meet again. To the family remember the good times. Absent from the body present with the Lord.

  • Eowyn Adams

    During the time I worked for Lynda (2005-2018) I would often refer to her as my “work mom.” She was smart, tough, and no nonsense; yet deeply caring and supportive. I knew I could go to her with any problem and she would help me come up with a solution. She will be greatly missed!

  • Sandy Boyd

    Lynda will be greatly missed, she was a dear friend and coworker, I was so blessed to have the honor to get to know her. She touched so many with her love of life and her amazing laugh. Sending love and blessings to all of her family , she loved all of you so so much. She will be truly missed. Love you Lynda Lou, thank you for being my friend and sister in the Lord Jesus Christ.

  • James D Mccumbers

    My hart felt condolences to the family, I have many memories and adventures with Miss Stevens as I often called her. I will deeply you Miss Stevens until we meet again.

  • Connie lee Rowe

    So sorry to hear about Lynda’s passing. I graduated from Shaler with her in 70. We had a common bond. So hard to hear of a classmate passing. May God give you all peace and comfort at this time.

  • Jim and Barb Shumaker

    We send our heartfelt prayers and sympathy at this very sad time on the loss of your beloved sister. Lynda was a wonderful friend and neighbor and we feel blessed she was a part of our life.
    Our thoughts are with her family that she treasured every day of her life.

  • Cynthia Huwe

    Lynda was the glue that held our “pack of six” together for almost 50 years. The leader of the pack, the organizer, the counselor. She may be the best person I have ever known. She, and her sister Diane were so kind to my mother when she was in St. Barnabus nursing home last year. She brought her treats and made her feel special and loved. I will miss her wit, her joy for life and her ability to always make you feel better about yourself.

  • Albert Rivera

    To the Stevens family
    My deepest condolences to you all for the loss of this beautiful soul. Lynda was an incredible person and I will remember her kindness, laughter and compassion for as long as I live. My prayers go out to you all.

  • Dave Angelini

    I worked with Lynda way back in the Marriott days and when my family and I were relocating back to the Pittsburgh area in 1992 we even looked into buying her house. I am so sorry to hear of her passing.

  • Gaye Fairish

    I was so sad to hear about Lynda. She was my boss at Sodexo as well as a friend. We had a lot of laughs. She always talked about her family. She would be very happy that she was able to help others. Prayers to your family.

  • Michele O'Hella

    My deepest sympathy to your family. Lynda was a wonderful friend. Your sister will be missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers

  • Jim and Phyllis Franks

    To all of Lynda’s family, There just are not adequate words to express our sympathy and sadness at this time. Lynda was a wonderful neighbor and dear friend. There is nothing that was ever too much trouble for her and she always put others before herself. She truly had a servant heart . Well done, thou good and faithful servant. Enter thou into the joy of the Lord. We will miss her so much.

 

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