MILFORD - Jennifer Lundy lost her long courageous battle with lung cancer in the wee hours of the morning of Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017. She passed away at her home in Milford where she lived with her mom. She was surrounded by her family, loved ones and beloved pets.
She was born at Cobleskill Hospital to Norine Webster Lundy of Milford and Brian Lundy of Oneonta on Sept. 25, 1972.
She is survived by her mother, Norine Webster Lundy of Milford; father, Brian Lundy of Oneonta; brother, Donavan (Donna) Lundy of South Valley; brother, Brandon (Kirsten) Lundy and children, Nicole Deselets, Jessica Lundy, Brandon Lundy of Middlefield; brother, Brian Lundy of South Valley; her beloved cousin, Heather Webster of South Valley; close friends, Linda Provenzano, Sally Bergen and Kim Grimm and children of Springfield; and many aunts, uncles and cousins too numerous to mention individually but all special to Jenn.
She was predeceased by her grandparents, Stanley and Gertrude Webster; aunts, Pam Olmstead and Anita Webster Lundy; uncles, Richard Lundy and George Webster; cousins, Melissa and Dawn Webster; and dear friend, Mike Herbert.
She grew up in South Valley with her close cousins and brothers as playmates. She graduated from Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School in 1991. Immediately following high school she went to work at Otsego Manor and remained for 23 years until her illness made it impossible to continue. She also had been a volunteer firefighter and EMT.
Jenn was very family-oriented and was brought up with strong family values. The memories of her grandfather and grandmother Webster and their values helped shape Jenn's choices throughout life. Although Jenn never had children of her own she had a special place in her heart for her nieces and nephew and the children of her close friends. Her mother, father and three brothers were her anchors in life and she will be so missed by them. Her mom was her kindred spirit and their fanatic love of the Beatles was infamous to all. Her last big outing was to a live Paul McCartney concert and she was bound and determined to go even though she was so ill.
She loved painting, hiking, walking her dogs, being with her dogs and cats, music, caring for the elderly, her plants, the outdoors, Christmas, and so many other things. She was so full of life and brought a smile to everyone's face when she was around. Her crazy antics, infectious smile, wacky laughter, dedication and carefree ways will be missed. She lived life on her terms and left her imprint on so many people. She is in God's arms now in a healthy pain free body. There will be many rejoicing at the pearly gates of heaven to welcome her home. Our hearts break but take solace in knowing we will see you again and rejoice in the house of our Lord.
Funeral services will be at the Ottman Funeral Home at 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 11, with the Rev. Terry Brant officiating. Calling hours will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (service time) at the funeral home.
To send online condolences, visit www.ottmanfuneralhome.com.
Arrangements were entrusted to the Ottman Funeral Home, Cherry Valley.
Published on November 8, 2017