MULLEN – Lynette Ann (née Lusk)
Passed away peacefully at the Alfred Hospital Prahran on August 28th 2019 surrounded by her loving family.
Aged 55 years
Dearly loved and loving wife of Jamey. Much loved mother of Rebecca and Gabrielle. Adored nanny to Mason and daughter of Lynette (Snr)
Lynie was a very special person and will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her.
Dearly beloved eldest daughter of Lynette. Cherished sister of Sherry & Cods, Kelly & Chris.
Beloved wife of Jamey, loving mother of Rebecca, Gabrielle and adored nanny of Mason.
Precious Auntie Winnie of Shona, Nic & little George, Millie, Deanna, Riley & Isabelle.
Loved niece of Dawn & Wendy, cousin of Graeme & Scott.
Sleep well Baby Girl
Mrs Lynette (Lynie) Mullen
Will be held at Latrobe Valley Funeral Services Chapel
6 Ollerton Avenue Moe on Friday September 6th 2019 at 1.30pm
If so desired donations to the Leukaemia Foundation would be appreciated, envelopes available at the service.
Lyn was an extremely dedicated person to Moe Basketball Association for many years and was a great support to many people – she was always full of life and will be greatly missed by all who knew her – loving thoughts to all her family xoSeptember 2, 2019
Our deepest sympathy to dear Lynie’s family and extended families our thoughts are with you all. love from Susie, Johno and Amanda WirzSeptember 2, 2019
Lynie was a full of life type of person..always on the go. We had many years together involved in the Swans basketball club and socially. This is so hard to believe…she will be missed. ❤️ Big hugs and love to Jamey, Bec, Gabby and Mason.. our thoughts are with you at this difficult timeSeptember 4, 2019
I will always remember playing netball with Lynette, SUPREMES, we had an awesome team and she was the best GD I watched play. We used to play against one team in the finals all the time, Omega i think it was along time ago but also great time, we even played in the hail storm but ran off, that was funny to remmeber but puts a smile on my face as i think about those days. I also remember playing basketball against her, the team she played for was KAOS with Lois Olsen as her coach and I played for SAINTS we were two competitive teams and met in the finals a lot. Lynette pretty much a lot taller than me and when ever we had a jump ball I used to think, what’s the point she will beat me anyway, I mean I’m small but I do remember in all my jump balls against Lynette I beat her once and I took that with pride. GOOD OLD DAYS THEY WERE THE BEST MEMORIES U GOTA LUV EM.
LINDA ATKINSONSeptember 5, 2019