Lynnette was a 1987 graduate of North East High School and received her Bachelors' Degrees in Communication and Education from Edinboro University. She was a loving wife and mother and chose to stay home for many years to raise her three children. During her working years Lynnette had worked at the Roadhouse Restaurant and Ramada Inn, and most recently at Dan's Route 8 Boardwalk and American Legion Carl Neff Post 571.
Lynnette was naturally gifted in music, excelling at singing and piano. She enjoyed playing pool and doing Karaoke. Her family and friends said she sang like an angel. To all she knew, Lynnette was a bright, beautiful woman inside and out. She was kind and tender-hearted to everyone. She never hesitated to help anyone in need, and did not ask for anything in return. Most importantly she was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend.
Besides her parents, Lynnette is survived by her loving and devoted husband, Bill Stuckey, her three children, Forrest, Courtlynn and Aubrey Stuckey; one cherished sister, Ashley Vidas (Joe); one brother, Chad Donihi; grandparents, Jack and Betty Lou Donihi; close aunt, Patricia Cochran; mother-in-law, Joyce Stuckey-Wolfe; brother-in-law, Jake Stuckey; her best friend for 38 years, Toni Mulford; dear friends, Lorraine McCall, Julie Buchholz and Missy Brooks; one nephew, Sable Vidas; aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.
Friends may call at the Dusckas Funeral Home, 2607 Buffalo Rd. on Tuesday from 2 to 5 pm and 7 pm until the time of the funeral service there at 8:30 pm conducted by Rev. Jay Schultz of St. Boniface R.C. Church. Private interment will be held. Contributions may be designated to the family. To send condolences visit, www.dusckasfuneralhhome.com.