Michelle I. Flynn
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NEWFANE- Michelle Irene Flynn, 60, of Double D Drive, died early Monday morning, July 21, in the comfort of her home with her family by her side, following a courageous battle with ovarian cancer.

Mrs. Flynn was born in Brattleboro on December 31, 1953, the daughter of George and Lucille (Levasseur) Ethier. She attended Saint Michael’s Parochial School and was a graduate of Brattleboro Union High School, class of 1972.

With her husband she owned and operated Lawn Care Associates, a landscape/property management business serving clients mainly in the West River Valley area. Previously, she worked for many years for the National Bank in its operation center on Putney Road.

Mrs. Flynn was a member of the F.O. Eagles, Brattleboro Aerie #2445 and was a communicant of Saint Michael’s Roman Catholic Church. She enjoyed gardening, fishing and time spent with her family. Mrs. Flynn was also an avid NASCAR fan.

She was the wife of Norman Flynn who she married in Jackson, NH. Besides her faithful and devoted husband, she leaves one daughter, Tasha Flynn, of Brattleboro; three brothers, Scott, Rick, and Michael Ethier, of Dummerston; two grandsons, Jake and Adam Beattie, of Brattleboro; and many nieces, nephews, and several cousins.

In accordance with Mrs. Flynn’s final wishes, there are no formal funeral services scheduled. A memorial service in celebration of her life will be conducted at a later date at a time to be announced by the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Mrs. Flynn’s name may be made to Newbrook Fire & Rescue, PO Box 77, Newfane, VT, 05345.

To sign an online register book visit www.atamaniuk.com. Arrangements are under the direction of the Atamaniuk Funeral Home.

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