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Lynch, Carol Sue

Lynch, Carol Sue

April 23, 1940 — May 10, 2018

Carol Sue (Ashcraft) Lynch, 78, of Lee’s Summit, passed away May 10, 2018, at home with her husband Leonard at her side. Carol was born April 23, 1940, in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of James Gilbert and Pauline (Meyer) Ashcraft. Along with her parents, Carol was preceded in death by her step-father, William B. Mill, an infant sister, and grandson, Harrison Rupp.

Carol graduated from Grandview High School and later received her RN degree from Research School of Nursing and BSN degree from Avila College. Her nursing career spanned 30 years, including working in Labor and Delivery at Research Medical Center and many years at Hickman Mills Clinic. Carol served as First Lady of Ararat Shrine Temple in 2001.

Carol leaves her husband of 58 years, Leonard; children, Jeffrey Lynch (Megan) and Jennifer Krysa (Mike); grandchildren, Kaitlyn Lynch, Alexander Lynch, Jordan Krysa, Rachael Krysa, Brooke Krysa and Claire Rupp; as well as other family members and many friends who will miss her greatly.

Private burial will be in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens. A celebration of Carol’s life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Ararat Shrine Hospital Transportation Fund.

Service Information

Private burial in Floral Hills Cemetery

Lynch, Carol Sue's Guestbook

So sad. She was full of life and fun to be around. She will be missed.

Lou & Don Shoemaker

So remember Carol! Loved when she dressed up as a bag lady for a Halloween party At Ararat . Ray and I always enjoyed time spent around Carol. Sorry for your loss!

Kathy Philpott

Carol was a special lady. We never saw her at work, but I'm sure she was a wonderful nurse.

Bob and Nola Johnson

Len, Jeff, Jenny, Tara and I are so sorry to hear about Carol. I have such fond memories of her over the years. She always made Tara and I feel so comfortable and pretty much like part of your family. Especially when we first moved here back in 1984. I still tell some of the stories she told us. Driving away from the car wash with the kid still in the back cleaning the car. And my favorite of trying to save the wounded goose that was in some one's front yard as she crept up the goose with a blanket only to find out it was just a statue of a goose. She was a kind soul.

Ken Markham

Carol was a lovely lady with a heart full of love for her family and those she loved including her many pets. I know this is a sad time but, take comfort in all the memories you have of her and know that you will always have them with you.

Judy Harris

Len and family. So sorry for your loss. Carol Sue was a very special lady.

Frank Long

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