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Lynn Ellen (Dunn) Milton – December 27, 2019

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Lynn Ellen (Dunn) Milton

Lynn Ellen (Dunn) Milton, age 78, passed away peacefully with family at her side, after a brief battle with cancer on December 27, 2019 at her home in Susanville, CA.

Lynn was born in Susanville on December 14, 1941. She graduated from Lassen High School with the class of 1959 and then attended Reno Business College in Reno, NV.

Lynn was married to the love of her life, Ronald Milton on December 3, 1960 at the Methodist Church in Susanville and they just recently celebrated their 59th Wedding Anniversary.

Lynn worked at the Bank of America for over twenty years with the latest position being a Loan Officer.  A career change found her working in the Lassen County Clerk’s Office until her retirement.

Lynn enjoyed managing Bobby Sox Softball teams, leading AWANA groups at Calvary Baptist Church, being involved with her children’s 4H activities, serving on the Susanville Ranch Park Development Committee, serving as secretary for the Surprise Valley Community Church in Cedarville, CA, and spending time at their home at Eagle Lake.  Other activities she enjoyed were gardening, canning, cooking, sewing, spending time with family, friends and various animals at their ranch in Lake City, CA and was always looking to add to her collection of color-coordinated “Skechers” brand tennis shoes to match all her outfits.

Lynn often talked about how much she enjoyed growing up in the Standish and Litchfield area where her father managed the Dakin Unit of the Honey Lake Wildlife Area. She loved riding horses around the Hartson Lake area and enjoyed many outdoor activities where her family resided.

Lynn is survived by her loving husband; Ronald Milton, daughters; Debbie (Lance) Stevenson and Karen (Brian) Marsters, five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews and other family members.

Services will be held on Saturday, January 18th at 1:00 PM at Walton’s Colonial Mortuary in Susanville.

In lieu of flowers, please make memorial donations to the charity of your choice in memory of Lynn Milton.


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