On Monday, June 1, 2020, after a courageous fight with pancreatic cancer, Lynanne Marie Spagnoletti, 43, slipped from the loving arms of her mother into the loving arms of her Savior, Jesus Christ.
Lynanne was born in the Bronx on May 31, 1977 the daughter of Dominick D’agostino and Eileen Ehrenreich D’Agostino
Lynanne’s adventures took her too many places; her early years were spent in New York. She then moved to Maryland after her step-father was transferred. She graduated from Gaithersburg High School in 1995.
After graduating High School, Lynanne moved to Pennsylvania where she gave birth to her beautiful daughters, Alyssa Marie and Ashlyn Kayleen, who she was incredibly proud of. Lynanne had a lust for adventure which until the time of her diagnosis lived 4 years in Australia. Wanting to be near family, Lynanne moved to Tennessee with her mother and step-dad until she was called to her Heavenly home on Monday.
Lynanne was a lover of ink and her body was the canvas. She loved fashion and enjoyed dancing and listening to music. She was funny, outgoing and vivacious, but she was also introverted and introspective. Appropriately self-nicknamed “perfectly flawed” a symbol of power, beauty and grace, she was fiercely loyal to her friends and family.
Lynanne was a loving and compassionate person who loved to be silly. She had the most beautiful smile that could light up your soul.
Lynanne was christened as an infant but as a bold confession and outward expression of her renewed faith in Jesus Christ, and out of obedience to Him was baptism on May 20, 2020. “I am the daughter of a King that is not moved by the world. For my God is with me and goes before me. I do not fear because I am His” was her firm belief.
When you think of Lynanne, celebrate the good memories you have of her. Remember that life is fragile and short and should be lived to the fullest. We will always remember her infectious smile, soft hazel eyes and caring personality. Her presence in our lives will be sorely missed.
Left to cherish her memory is her father, Dominick D’agostino, her mother, Eileen Santangelo and her step-dad, Tom Santangelo, her daughters, Alyssa Marie Spagnoletti, Ashlyn Kayleen Spagnoletti, her sister, Kristina Lynn Steinmetz and her husband Doug, her brother, Matthew Santangelo, her grandfather, John Ehrenreich and his wife, Joan, her uncles, John Peter Ehrenreich and his wife, Joan, Charles Ehrenreich and his finance, Terry, Joseph Ehrenreich and his wife, Elizabeth, Michael D’Agostino and his wife, Joanne, her aunts, Jennifer Mathews and her husband Scott, Susan Baker and her husband, Bob, Nancy Clark and her husband, Allen, her nephew, Ryan Douglas Steinmetz and a host of other family and friends.
Lynanne was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Eileen A. Ehrenreich, her paternal grandparents, Vincent & Fanny D’agostino and her step-grandparents, Nicoles and Eleanor Santangelo.
Although our hearts are heavy, we feel so truly blessed by the loving expressions of sympathy through prayers, calls, visits, flowers, words of comfort and any other part you played in comforting us. We are truly grateful. Thank you and may God richly bless each of your lives as He has blessed us with the presence of Lynanne.
Church & Chapel Funeral Service has been honored to assist Lynanne's Family.