Lynette A. Scott

Died: 2012-02-02
Resided in: Middleton, MA
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Viewing date: 2012-02-02
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I knew Lynette enough to know that our community has lost a bright, shining light. Her energy, creativity and spirit abounded throughout the many years that Joe played sports with our son. Soccer, baseball, basketball, football ... Lynette was always there cheering Joe and the teams on and snapping pictures so that we could all preserve those wonderful memories. Words cannot express how shocked Peter, Adam and I were upon hearing of her death and how terrible we feel for all of you. She will be missed but I she will always be in our hearts. Pete, Peg and Adam Bramanti
There no words that I can offer to Granny Jean, Joe, Nick and Alan. A wonderful neighbor always tending to her garden, always making sure people weren't speeding through the neighborhood, always a bright smile. She made her mark in this world in a very giving way, helping to bring life into the world. God Bless the Scott family. Her memory will live on. With Warm Regards, Elaine Curreri
I would like to express my condolences to the family and friends of Dr. Lynette Scott. I met her through professional meetings where I learned about her enthusiasm for research, which she kindly shared with all of her colleagues. She will be deeply missed. Her contributions to the development of our field will continue to inform and inspire the many dedicated professionals whose lives she touched. Sincerely, Fred Miller
My sincere sympatheties to the family and friends of Lynette Scott. Having worked next to her for many years, I can say that her devotion, enthusiasm and energy was inspiring. She always made time to sit and talk with people and patients, a genuine caring person. May her spirit and spunk stay in our hearts. Karen Lowrie
Lynette always raised the level of conversation on the sidelines of those soccer and Little League games, with her wry observations about a particular play or some current event, delivered in her pitch-perfect accent. Lynette was a seasoned traveler. Once, in a conversation with Liz Silveira, she expressed her love of fado, the traditional Portuguese song style, as she closed her eyes, hummed softly, and swayed gently, obviously lost in a memory. It was a touching moment that I will never forget. Our deepest sympathies to you, Alan, Nick, and Joe, on the loss of your remarkable wife and mother. We have all been enriched for having known her. Jim, Julia, and Rory Garrison.
Wow, I just learned of Lynette's passing, and felt compelled to share. Lynette was such a remarkable person, filled with a spirit that is so rare! And her infectious. I had the pleasure of knowing her professionally having worked in the IVF field, but also she helped my husband and I on our journey to having three beautiful children! I just want to let you know that she has touched our lives on so many levels, and when I look at my children, I often think of her. God bless to you, Alan, Nick and Joe, your wife and mother was truly a God-send for us and she will be missed! Cathy, Jeff, McKenzie, Ashton and Connor Boutin
What a terrible loss!!! Lynette left us much to early and she will be missed by her family ,friends and professional comunity. I lost a great friend who I first met almost 30 years ago .I will always carry Lynette in my memmory and my deepest sympathies to all member of her family. Dr Robert Fischer Fertility-center-Hamburg Speersort 4 20095 Hamburg Germany

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