BALDWINSVILLE — Lynn M. Aloi, 60, of Baldwinsville, passed away Jan. 31, 2019.
Born on Feb. 12, 1958, Lynn was a devoted mother, loving sister, aunt and Godmother.
She was predeceased by both her parents, Jeanne McDonough Campanelli and Lawrence J. Campanelli Sr., of Auburn.
She is survived by her 19-year-old son, Cameron Aloi; her two brothers and three sisters, Lawrence J. Campanelli (Sharon), of Auburn, James M. Campanelli, of Seattle, Wash., Lorraine Campanelli, of Marcellus, N.Y., Lisa Blakeslee (David), of Salida, Colo., and Amy Casper, of Skaneateles. She loved to spend time with her many nieces, nephew, great-nieces and great-nephews.
Lynn graduated from Cayuga Community College and received a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Empire State College in human resources management. She retired from Federal Express after 15 years as a human resource manager. Lynn had a very giving heart and chose to continue her work in service to help others after retirement. She worked in various jobs as a personal assistant or caregiver for the elderly and disabled and at the Boys and Girls Club in Syracuse.
Lynn had a strong faith and attended Syracuse Vineyard Church for many years, volunteering when she could with outreach programs such as packing meals for “Feed My Starving Children.” She was a vibrant woman who loved her family and friends; enjoyed laughter.
She was a skilled seamstress and often celebrated her love for her young nieces and nephews by sewing gifts of blankets, christening gowns, Halloween costumes, and special occasion dresses.
Lynn was a strong, avid swimmer and loved to be by the water whenever she could, either floating in her pool, boating on the lake, or walking a beach. She loved the sun, the sand, and the water of summer; anyone who knew her would agree she was a true sun worshiper!
Lynn had a true appreciation of the creative arts and music. She was a multi-talented woman who enjoyed painting and playing the piano. She passed on her strong love of music to her son, Cameron, who now plays multiple instruments.
Lynn enjoyed gardening, horseback riding, volunteering at her son’s school events, and sharing her cooking talents at family gatherings. Lynn will be dearly remembered and missed by all who loved her.
A memorial service will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, in the Vineyard Church, 312 Lakeside Road, Syracuse, NY 13209.
Donations in Lynn’s memory may be made to the ASPCA or Feed The Starving Children.
Arrangements are with White Chapel Funeral Home, Auburn.