In memory of
Lynn Cheramie
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In memory of
Lynn Cheramie
Lynn Roubion Cheramie, 80, a native of New Orleans, passed away in her sleep on Friday, October 2, 2020 in The Woodlands, TX. She was preceded in ascendance by her father and mother, Louis F. Roubion and Corinne M. Roubion; and her loving husband of 53 years, Louis Joseph Cheramie. Lynn is survived by her four children, Celeste A. Roberts and husband, Mark of Houston, TX, Claire C. Kruszka and husband, Jeff of Pearland, TX, and Louis C. Cheramie of Cedar City UT. and Leslie C. Martinez and husband, Orlando of Conroe, TX. She was blessed with five grandchildren, Jessica Hernaez, Rachel and Josh Roberts, Alexa and Brenton Martinez. She also has three surviving siblings, Louis Roubion Jr., Renee Lattimore and Ricky Roubion. She also leaves behind several nieces, nephews and other loving family members and friends. Lynn was a graduate of Ursuline Academy of New Orleans, LA. She went on to graduate as a Registered Nurse from Mercy Hospital School of Nursing and attained a Bachelor of Health and Sciences from Our Lady of Holy Cross College in New Orleans. After working as a Nurse for many years, she went on to finish her career as a Nursing Instructor for the Jefferson Parish School System. Lynn was a proud descendant of The Daughters of the Revolution. She was active in her civic duties as a National Delegate, twice for Ronald Reagan, for George H.W. Bush as well as both President George W. Bush's victories. A proud and unapologetic Christian and Conservative, she continued her Public Service as an Election Commissioner and participated in many clubs and groups including The Red Hat Society and The Republican Women of LA and MS. Lynn was an inspiring firebrand whose 4'11" stature never matched her bigger than life persona. She brought joy and reverence to all those she met on her journey. She was never afraid to stand firm on principal and engage in vigorous debate. Lynn Roubion Cheramie was a true believer of God and Country and a lover of life and family. Lynn will be immeasurably missed by those fortunate enough to have truly known her. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, October 24 at 2:00 p.m. at Diamondhead Community Church located at 5301 Diamondhead Circle, Diamondhead, MS 39525.
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In memory of
Lynn Cheramie
Lynn Roubion Cheramie, 80, a native of New Orleans, passed away in her sleep on Friday, October 2, 2020 in The Woodlands, TX. She was preceded in ascendance by her father and mother, Louis F. Roubion and Corinne M. Roubion; and her loving husband of 53 years, Louis Joseph Cheramie. Lynn is survived by her four children, Celeste A. Roberts and husband, Mark of Houston, TX, Claire C. Kruszka and husband, Jeff of Pearland, TX, and Louis C. Cheramie of Cedar City UT. and Leslie C. Martinez and husband, Orlando of Conroe, TX. She was blessed with five grandchildren, Jessica Hernaez, Rachel and Josh Roberts, Alexa and Brenton Martinez. She also has three surviving siblings, Louis Roubion Jr., Renee Lattimore and Ricky Roubion. She also leaves behind several nieces, nephews and other loving family members and friends. Lynn was a graduate of Ursuline Academy of New Orleans, LA. She went on to graduate as a Registered Nurse from Mercy Hospital School of Nursing and attained a Bachelor of Health and Sciences from Our Lady of Holy Cross College in New Orleans. After working as a Nurse for many years, she went on to finish her career as a Nursing Instructor for the Jefferson Parish School System. Lynn was a proud descendant of The Daughters of the Revolution. She was active in her civic duties as a National Delegate, twice for Ronald Reagan, for George H.W. Bush as well as both President George W. Bush's victories. A proud and unapologetic Christian and Conservative, she continued her Public Service as an Election Commissioner and participated in many clubs and groups including The Red Hat Society and The Republican Women of LA and MS. Lynn was an inspiring firebrand whose 4'11" stature never matched her bigger than life persona. She brought joy and reverence to all those she met on her journey. She was never afraid to stand firm on principal and engage in vigorous debate. Lynn Roubion Cheramie was a true believer of God and Country and a lover of life and family. Lynn will be immeasurably missed by those fortunate enough to have truly known her. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, October 24 at 2:00 p.m. at Diamondhead Community Church located at 5301 Diamondhead Circle, Diamondhead, MS 39525.
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Saturday, Oct 24
02:00 PM
Diamondhead Community Church
5301 Diamondhead Cir, Diamondhead, LA
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