In memory of
Lynn Iverne (Koehler) WASNAK
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In memory of
Lynn Iverne (Koehler) WASNAK
WASNAK Lynn Iverne (Koehler) Wasnak, 68, originally from Canton, Ohio passed away May 14, 2013 in her home in Cincinnati after a heroic battle with an illness. An accomplished writer, founder and executive director of Many Voices Press, she provided inspiration and hope for thousands worldwide. Preceding her in death were her father, George H. Koehler, mother, Katherine Iverne Golloway and sister Cherie Baily of Canton, Ohio. She will be greatly missed by daughter, Diane Wasnak and son, Jim Wasnak. Her grandchildren, Josh, Lindsey and Emily Wasnak; sister Joan Koehler of Chicago; niece Rachel of Seattle, and nephew Daniel in Israel also survive her. She leaves many dear friends in her beloved Cincinnati as well. Lynn was a foodie who enjoyed cooking, entertaining her friends and family, flowers, and the arts. The world has lost a magnificent woman. Donations in her name may be made to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America and the American Cancer Society. A private memorial will be forthcoming. condolesence may be sent to; www.hillsidecrematory.com Click Here to Send Flowers
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In memory of
Lynn Iverne (Koehler) WASNAK
WASNAK Lynn Iverne (Koehler) Wasnak, 68, originally from Canton, Ohio passed away May 14, 2013 in her home in Cincinnati after a heroic battle with an illness. An accomplished writer, founder and executive director of Many Voices Press, she provided inspiration and hope for thousands worldwide. Preceding her in death were her father, George H. Koehler, mother, Katherine Iverne Golloway and sister Cherie Baily of Canton, Ohio. She will be greatly missed by daughter, Diane Wasnak and son, Jim Wasnak. Her grandchildren, Josh, Lindsey and Emily Wasnak; sister Joan Koehler of Chicago; niece Rachel of Seattle, and nephew Daniel in Israel also survive her. She leaves many dear friends in her beloved Cincinnati as well. Lynn was a foodie who enjoyed cooking, entertaining her friends and family, flowers, and the arts. The world has lost a magnificent woman. Donations in her name may be made to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America and the American Cancer Society. A private memorial will be forthcoming. condolesence may be sent to; www.hillsidecrematory.com Click Here to Send Flowers
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