Lynda Lou (McConnell) Hebb

July 30, 1945 ‒ October 23, 2019

Delaware, Ohio

Lynda Lou (McConnell) Hebb 74, of Delaware passed away Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at her residence surrounded by her loving family.

Born July 30, 1945 in Salem, West Virginia, the daughter of the late William & Thelma (Coffman) McConnell. Lynda was one of seven children, and graduated from Salem High School in West Virginia, in 1963.  She met and later married the love of her life Clarence Hebb. They eventually made their way to Delaware, Ohio where they would spend the next 40+ years raising a family. Lynda was a retail clerk for Hart and Jamesway, before she retired.

Left to cherish her memory are husband of 56 years Clarence Hebb; sons Todd, Jody and Brian (Julie) Hebb; daughter Stacy (Tim) Zuber; grandchildren Colton Andrew Rossiter, Shae Jordan Hatfield and Chase Hatfield; sister Isabelle Southern; numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by daughter Carrie Lynn Rossiter; sisters Beatrice Kelley, Mildred Goff, Kathleen Gains,  and Azalee McConnell; brother Gaylord McConnell.

Lynda enjoyed arts and crafts, she also enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, and word searches. She also enjoyed cake decorating for friends and family. Her favorite place to be was on the beach, with her toes in the sand. She took pride in the family and will be remembered as the loving, compassionate, and sometimes feisty, and stubborn person that she was.

A celebration of life service will be held Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm at Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive, Delaware, Ohio 43015. Family and friends may gather Monday, October 28, 2019 from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, and again one hour prior to the Tuesday service at Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed towards Ohio Health Hospice, 800 McConnell Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43214.

Memories and condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.

The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware is assisting the family with arrangements.

  • To Bill and family:
    Hey guys, I am so sorry for your loss. Lynda was a wonderful person and has always felt like a second Mom to me. I always looked forward to coming up and having dinner with her and everybody. It was so much fun to watch her and Bill goofing off all the time. Lynda loved her family so much, and would always put them first. Not to mention, she was a darn good cook.
    Thank you guys so much for embracing me, and letting me be part of the family. It has meant so much to me through the years. I am really going to miss her a bunch, but I have so many good memories that she will always be close to me in my heart.

    Rob

  • I have known Lynda and bill for about 15 years and I have known them to be friendly and down to earth and a lot of fun. my condolences to bill and family as well as rob,chase, colton and shae for their loss. in the time that I have known Lynda, without a doubt her greatest pride and accomplishment in life was her wonderful family. She will be deeply missed.

  • I remember Lynda talking to me in the 7th grade when I became Stacy’s friend about how She wanted me to be a good friend to Stacy. I thought what a fierce, dedicated Mom. That was so impressive to me since my Mom had died when I was 5. She’s an amazing Mom who included me in your family all through school, even inviting me with you all to Myrtle Beach! I would stay overnight & she would make ME a lunch! I was amazed with her cherry cheesecake & all the fun it felt like filled the rooms of the Hebb house. It sounds like she made a lot of people feel included as she did for me.
    My prayers are with you all as you celebrate her life.
    I celebrate with you from afar & thank you, Stacy, for being my friend & sharing your Mom with me during our teenage years!