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Lynne Dean

Lynne Pierce Dean

October 24, 1973 - June 16, 2020
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Lynne Pierce Dean, 46, passed away Tuesday June 16, 2020. Lynne was born in Lexington, Kentucky on October 24, 1973 and was the wife of Philip Dean.
Lynne was a Staff Attorney for Kentucky Retirement Systems and Member of First Christian Church in Danville. She graduated from Lone Oak High School in 1991, received her under graduate degree from Transylvania University in Lexington, and her Law Degree from the University of Kentucky. Law was Lynne’s passion and came only after her top priority which was her family. Lynne was a caring individual and was always doing things to help others.
In addition to her husband, Philip, Lynne is survived by her three children, Clare and Nora Coleman and Beckett Dean, her mother Darla (Frank) Augustus, father Mark DeWayne (Tammie) Pierce, brother, Matt (Jessica) Pierce, two nieces, Madeline and Sydney Pierce, two step-sisters, Carol (Joey) Courtney, Amanda Augustus, father and mother in law, Randy and Terri Dean, sister in law, Ashley Dean, aunt, Linda (Jimmy) Craig, and uncle, Tim (Karla) Pierce.
Lynne was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Ray & Thelma Keeling, paternal grandparents, Howard & Betty Pierce, and aunt, Cyndi Pierce.
A memorial service celebrating Lynne’s life will be 1:00 p.m., Monday, June 22, 2020 at First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) 555 East Lexington Avenue in Danville with Pastor Joey Pusateri officiating.
Honorary Pallbearers will be the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office, Frank Thornberry, Richard Campbell, Josh Chenault, Patrick McClure, Randy Dean and Harold McKinney.
Lynne’s family request no flowers and instead ask for everyone to wear purple to her memorial service in her memory. Also, memorial contributions may be sent to Heritage Hospice.
Services are under the direction of Walden Funeral Home Perryville.
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Service Details

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    Monday, June 22, 2020 | 1:00pm
    When
    Monday, June 22, 2020 1:00pm
    Location
    First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
    Address
    555 East Lexington Avenue
    DANVILLE, KY 40422
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Ricky

Posted at 07:00pm
Lynne was a great person that always made the people in the room smile when she came in. She loved her family like crazy. She will be missed by many.
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Jenniifer Jones

Posted at 07:10am
Though Lynne only worked with me for a short time, I quickly came to appreciate her sense of humor, her passion for fairness and her love of the law. She love her family, talked about her beloved children and her loving husband Phillip every day. She was very protective of her family and she will be sorely missed. God bless you all and you will remain in my daily prayers. I am so very sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful woman.
DK

David & Cindy Walker, Paducah, KY

Posted at 10:25pm
Sending our deepest sympathy, prayers & much love.
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David Simmons

Posted at 09:28am
David and Michelle Simmons send our thoughts and prayers.
VB

Vickie Bowling

Posted at 08:05am
The world lost an Angel here on earth because in my heart she was an Angel. We have laughed and cried together and even after her last battle we talked on messenger quiet a bit. She stood by me the whole time we were in court after the death of my son and she did all she could and she worked hard at it without a doubt and when we went to the Grand Jury for the final sentencing she left a meeting early to be there with my husband and me and when the verdict was announced she held my hand as I cried when he received the max but then again we have had many laughs together but the one I remember most is the day the kids school pics came back and Nora had taken red lipstick to school and put it on before she had her pics made. Her family was her world and she loved all of you dearly. My heart breaks for all of you and please know that all of you are in my prayers and pray for God to wrap his arms around you and help you through the hard days ahead.
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