Lynnette Scalise

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Lynnette Scalise, of Moscow died February 15, 2016 at her home in Moscow. She was 54

Lynnette was born December 26, 1961, in Oakdale, Louisiana to Shirley and Betty Strother. Lynnette attended school in Louisiana and graduated in 1979. In 1981, Lynnette moves to Moscow where she made her home. She went to work for the USDA office in 1988 and was working there at the time of her death.

Lynnette’s passion in life was music and spending time with her grandchildren Lillynne and Addalynn.

She is survived by her Daugther Alena(Kirk) Hume of Potlatch, Mother Betty Strother, Brothers Kevin and Randall Strother, Sisters Melanie Rosgen and Janet Atkins and granddaughters Lillynne and Addalynn.

A celebration of life for Lynnette will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday February 21, 2016 at the Schierman’s Event Center, 3225 Robinson Park Road Moscow.

3 Responses to Lynnette Scalise

  1. Michelle Noordam says:

    I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I worked with Lynnette at the Federal building about 18 years ago. I have very fond memories of that time. She was a joy to be around. I remember at that time, she was constantly having car washes to help her daughter raise money for a “teen America” contest or something like that. She was a dynamo and would anything for her family. I recently thought about Lynette as I was buying my “King’s cake” for Fat Tuesday this year. She introduced us all to the tradition and I have tried through the years to carry it on with my family in our preparations for Lent. I will miss her. My prayers are with you all.

  2. carmen wiggins says:

    Oh my darling lovely Lynette,
    how may i say, you brought such light, on any day.
    A voice as sweet as a clear mountain creek, yet a twinge of bitter sweet.
    You walked among us with wit and grace,
    your laughter warm, to all embraced.
    I will miss so much, your loving heart,
    your bright eyes, your tender touch.
    In our hearts, may you dwell
    oh the stories, we love to tell.
    love you, Carmi

    may your laughter make us well.

  3. Janet Wilks says:

    Lynette is also survived by her long time parter Jacob E. Stewart of the same town. They shared a home together and had a wonderful relationship.

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