Doris Wynn (92) passed away peacefully Sunday, June 16, 2019 in Lawrenceville, GA.  She was born July 3, 1926 in Holyoke, MA to the late George and Minna (Laudenat) Goller.  She married her late husband William E. Wynn on July 3, 1947.  She was a registered nurse, homemaker and life time member of Lutheran Church.  She had 4 children William G. Wynn (Donna), Michael L Wynn (Judy), Patricia Rosborough, Peter G Wynn (Michele) and son-in-law David Rosborough. She had 9 Grandchildren, Anne Myers, Katherine Wynn, Eric Wynn, Steven Rosborough (Suzanne), Kelly Wuebber (Mathew), Amy Shen (Greg), Valerie Rosborough, Emily Wynn (Mike) and Reed Wynn and 3 Great Grand children. There will be a service of Thanksgiving for her life Saturday, July 20 at 11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary of Christ the Lord Lutheran Church. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Christ the Lord Lutheran Church. May she rest eternally in the comfort of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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  1. Although you will miss her, she will always be in your heart. May God comfort you during this time.

  2. What gives meaning and value to life is our capacity for giving to others, our ability to experience joy and to share it with those around us. May you find comfort in the knowledge that hers was a meaningful life, filled with all the warmth and joy she always brought to others. Remembering with you a life so important to so many. I will always remember my first trip to Germany with your parents to meet cousins. May the love of family and friends give you comfort and peace and help you through the days ahead.
    Happy Birthday in Heaven Doris as you celebrate with Bill.

  3. I’m so sorry for your family’s loss. I felt compelled to extend my condolences to your family, though I’d actually been searching for information about my father’s sister Doris Wynn of Springfield MA who had been killed in the 1940’s as a member of a commercial flight crew which had perished in a crash somewhere in North Carolina. Holyoke MA, being part of the Greater Springfield area, the passing of your loved one had also caught my attention, and had aroused my sympathy for your loss, also.

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