Lyn Garthwaite Obituary, Death – Swampscott local Lyn Garthwaite fought her illness bravely while being cared for at the Kaplan Family Hospice House. She died as a result of her condition, unfortunately, and she never recovered. She took such serious damage that her body could not recover, and she eventually died as a result. Since she was still married to John Beaulieu after sixteen years, they worked together to raise their children. She was also a wife to John Beaulieu at this time. She also got married to John Beaulieu in the middle of it all. In addition to everything else that was happening, she also tied the knot with John Beaulieu.
Her parents, Brian Garthwaite and Norma (Phillips) Garthwaite, are also Lynn, Massachusetts locals, therefore it’s safe to say that Lynn is where she got her start in life. Both of her parents’ families may trace their roots back to the city of Lynn, Massachusetts, where she was born. She had her formative years there. Both of her parents are native Lynnese. She was the only child the two had as a married pair. Lyn is highly regarded by a wide spectrum of people, each of whom brings their own perspective and set of experiences to the table. As a passionate fan of the New England Patriots, a professional American football team, and a participant in multiple fantasy football tournaments, she was a formidable opponent.
Her husband and children John and Alexis Beaulieu, brothers Greg Garthwaite of Lynn and Leslie Mansur of Texas, and a vast number of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews are among those who will miss her greatly. Many members of her extended family, including aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews, also survive her. She also leaves behind numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, and other relatives such as aunts, uncles, and cousins. Every member of her family will miss and grieve her greatly after she leaves.
Every member of her family will be greatly saddened by her demise and will miss her terribly. Both of her parents and her mother’s husband had already died before she was conceived. Only she had no siblings. Visitation will be conducted on Friday at the same location as the wake, which will be held at the Goodrich Funeral Home in Lynn from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Thursday. Both functions are scheduled at the same time period. The funeral home may be found at 128 Washington Street if you’re interested in paying your respects there. I implore you to avoid going there. When the funeral is over, the body will be taken to Swampscott Cemetery for burial.