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Lynette Brant

Born: Wed., Apr. 9, 1941
Died: Sat., Jun. 19, 2010

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Ms. Lynette Brant, 69, of Freeport, passed away at 4:00 PM, Saturday, June 19th, 2010 while in the company of family members at Allegheny Valley Hospital.

Lynette was born in Natrona Heights, PA on April 9, 1941, the daughter of the late Addison W. and Martha C. (Lobaugh) Brant. Jr.

She was employed as a nursing instructor at Citizens General Hospital New Kensington., for 29 years. Lynette also worked at the Alle-Kiski Medical Center for the past 18 years as a supervisor in the labor and delivery dept. Lynette enjoyed reading, doing crossword puzzles and being with her family

She is survived by her daughter Cheryl (Ken) Demek of Winfield Twp. 1 granddaughter Amber L. Demek and 2 grandsons Justin J. and Trent M. Demek all of Winfield Twp. 3 Brothers Robert Brant of South Buffalo Twp., Addison "Wayne" Brant, Jr. of Freeport and Donald (Maxine) Brant of Mogadore, OH;
2 Sister Susan Brant of Carnegie and Mary Lee (Thomas) Nevitt of San Angelo, TX. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and her dog, Abby.

Family and friends are being received on Monday June 21 from 6-8 p.m.. and Tuesday June 22 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m.. in the REDMOND FUNERAL HOME, INC. 524 High St. Freeport, PA

A Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday June 23rd at 10:00 am at Trinity Lutheran Church, Freeport, PA, with Pastor Jamie Retallack officiating. Burial will be held in Freeport Cemetery Freeport, PA.


In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to:
Freeport Area Library 428 Market St. Freeport, PA 16229
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Richard Livingston

Deepest sympathy to you and your family Cheryl...

Kris Kamer

My deepest sympathies to all of Lynette's family. I am so saddened by her passing and I will miss her dearly. She was one of my most faithful clients and also a dear friend.

David and Joyce (Otterman) Pratley

To Lynette's family:

Lynette graduated with David in '59 from FHS.

She was an "A' student, and an exceptionally personable young lady. She made this kid from All'y. Twp. feel right at home at FHS.

We saw her several time at Trinity when visiting, and always had a nice visit with her at church. We are so sorry for your loss. God has another "Angel" in heaven. Sincerely, David and Joyce Pratley


CAROL BROWN

Lynette worked with my mom at Citizens Hospital. She was an awesome lady. I am so glad that she was a part of my life growing up. My prayers are with you all at this time.

Love and many prayers, Carol Brown daughter of Claire Brown


Paul White

My most sincere sympathy to the entire Brant family, from a former "Putney Lane" neighbor.

Paul White

Sarasota, FL


Dianna Sell

It is diffucult to chronicle in this small space just how much I admire and respect Ms. Brant. I was fortunate to have her as my OB, Peds and Leadership instructor at CGH School of Nursing. She was an excellent instructor and instilled in all of us a sense of pride and respect for our chosen profession. She wouldn't accept anything but our best and had no qualms telling us when we didn't bring our "A" game. We strived to work harder as a result. I extend my deepest sympathies to her family, Rest in everlasting Peace Ms. Brant, I will miss you always.

Dianna Cataldi Sell

CGH Class of 1986


Patty Dillen

Cheryl.



Please know you and your family have my deepest sympathy. I have so many memories

of your mom from staying at your house when

we were growing up. Even though I didnt see her very often when I did she would always stop and chat. I know she will be missed so much by all that knew and loved her. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this time.

Patty Dillen


Sandy (Weaver) Sweetland

To Lynette's family and close friends, please accept my heartfelt condolences. I haven't had any contact with her since the 60s and CGH. However, she has always held a special place in my heart. She was patient, kind and understanding when I needed it...which was often. She was one of the brightest and most determined person I've ever met. Both Lynette and Marge taught me so much more than they could ever know. I'm sorry that did not have the opportunity to thank her.

Sharon

My condolences to you and your family. I had the opportunity of having her as my OB insturctor in nursing school at CGH and also years later she was the supervisor at AVH when I delivered my children. She alwasys instilled in us the hard work ethic and i learned many things from her. having seen her from the patient side she definately had a love for nursing and care deeply for her patients. She will be greatly missed.

Marta Best

Ms. Brant was my OB nursing instructor many years ago. She left a lasting impression on me not only for her skill as a teacher but for her kindness and compassion to a scared, nervous nursing student. She was always encouraging and compasionate. In the later years I was lucky enough to run into her at Dr, Kumars office. I hope he realized what a gem she was and how lucky he was to have had her in his life. I will always remember her fondly

Harold and BOnnie Brothers

Sympathy and prayers to family. She graduated with Harold and he mentioned her often. She will be missed.

Carmella Arcail Kletjian

My condolences to Cheryl and all of Lynette's family and friends.

I graduated with Lynette in 1962 from Citizen's General Hospital School of Nursing. I have fond memories of her smile, her dry sense of humor and strength. Her little girl, Cheryl, was the most important part of her life and we all knew and adored Cheryl.

Lynette was intellegent and did very well in school. Everyone liked her. I am sure she will be missed.



With Sympathy,

"Honey" Arcail Kletjian


Dottie Shock

Dear Cheryl and Family,

Please accept my deepest sympathy on Lynette's death. Another committment kept me from the funeral home. We worked together at the hospital and I had great respect for her as a nurse and enjoyed working with her. She always spoke about you, Ken and the kids with great love. Dottie


Shawn Smith and Family

Cheryl,

Sorry for your loss you and your family are in are prayers


Tim Watt

Cheryl,

I am sorry for your loss. Your mom was a good lady and will be missed. I am sorry I didn't make it to the funeral home as I only found out today (Friday). You and your family will be in our prayers.



Tim


Karen and Rich Madoni

Please accept our sincere sadness at hearing of Lynette's passing. We both have very fond memories of her being a wonderful clinical instructor at dear Citizen's General hospital. She taught us very much. Was always so professional and pushed to bring out the very best in her students. She has made a difference inl of her former student's lives. A very special mother, nurse, and teacher who will be greatly missed.

Lawrence and Linda (Ohl) Hollier

So sorry for your loss. Heard of it from friends over the 4th. Hope you all find peace.

Karen Davis

I was very sorry to hear of the loss of Lynette. She was my OB instructor at CGH School of Nursing many years ago. She instilled in me the love of helping with the miracle of birth and I spent many years working as an OB nurse.

Debbie Decroo

To a wonderful person. I was truely blessed

to be part of her life. I worked with her and

enjoyed everyday of it. She will truely be missed.




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