In Memory

Lynn Schwartz (Armstrong)

Lynn Schwartz (Armstrong)

Lynn Olivia Armstrong
May 22, 1947 - December 30, 2021
We mourn the loss of Lynn Olivia Armstrong, 74 who passed away on December 30, 2021 at Forest Hills Care Center in Anderson Township, Ohio. She was born on May 22, 1947 in Cincinnati to Samuel and Shirlee Schwartz. She attended Woodward High School and graduated in 1965 and then University of Cincinnati, where she received an associate degree. Lynn married Lee Edward Armstrong in 1968, they were married for twenty-one years.  They lived in Forest Park, Ohio before moving to New Richmond, Ohio to start a family. Lynn worked part-time while her children where young before starting a career at Great American Insurance and Buckhorn, Inc. In her retirement she enjoyed Mahjong with friends and spoiling her three grandchildren and her pets.  She was the keeper of many great family recipes and an amazing baker.  She was also the loudest voice at every soccer game she attended for her sons and grandchildren.
Lynn is survived by her two sons Brandon and Jason Armstrong and Jason’s wife, Lisa.  She is also survived by her sister Sheryel Aschfort, husband James, grandchildren Maxwell, Layne-Grace and Lola Armstrong. Lynn is also survived by her cousin Stephen Blieden, wife Joyce along with many nieces and nephews, Shane Bushman and his children Slater and Sawyer. Lisa Wood, husband Tony and their children; Megan and Adam. Michelle Coleman and her children; Timothy and Kaitlin. Erika Timon, husband Nick and their Children; Ethan and Jack.
Lynn was preceded in death by her parents; Samuel and Shirlee Schwartz and brother Sandford.
With respect for everyone and an overabundance of caution we will hold a virtual celebration of life.  This will be held on 01/19/2022 from 2pm 4pm.  We will use Zoom for those wishing to share a story or pay respects.  Click on the link to the link below for information about the Zoom call.  
In lieu of flowers, the family would like you to consider donating to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.  This was a passion of Lynn’s and has been impactful to our immediate family.

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01/06/22 04:37 PM #1    

Robin Sevester (Avery)

I'm sorry to learn of Lynn's passing. When I think of my early years at Losantiville Lynn always comes to mind. We slept over each other's house and just had loads of fun together. My sincere condolences go out to her sons   And her family. She was always fun to be around I know you will miss her.

Rest In Peace, Lynn          Robin Sevester Avery 



















01/06/22 07:52 PM #2    

Emily Lang (Ness)

I was so very sorry to learn of Lynn's passing.  I have memories of the many good times we had in high school and in soroority.   My deepest sympathy and condolences to Lynn's family and friends. 

01/07/22 06:44 AM #3    

Micky (Marlene) Schwartz (Mayer)

I am so saddened to learn of the loss of my cousin, Lynn.  Growing up in Golf Manor we must of had at least  15 first and second cousins within a bike ride.  Lynn and I had many years of being close.  She was always the life of the party and a great confidant.  Family was very important to her and over the years I would follow her on Facebook.   The Schwartz family had four 1965 Woodward grads, again, I am so sorry to learn of her passing and send my sincere condolences to Sheryle and the rest of her family.

01/07/22 10:32 AM #4    

William Phelps

Rest in peace Lynn, I remember you as an intellegent young lady who was always kind.

01/07/22 11:20 AM #5    

Peggy Rich (Friedman)

My heart is breaking. Lynn and I had been friends for so many years. She was one of the sweetest people I know. May her memory be a blessing. She is missed very much.

01/07/22 06:44 PM #6    

Barbara Lang (Matacia)

I remember Lynn from Woodward and our soroity.  She was so liked by everyone.  It is so sad to learn of the people you knew and liked so long ago who pass away.  Rest in peace, Lynn. You will be remembered fondly by all. My heart felt sympathy goes out to her family.

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