Lynda Sue Baldner

March 13, 1948 ‒ January 14, 2021

Loudonville, Ohio

Lynda Sue Baldner passed away Thursday, January 14, 2021 in UH Cleveland Medica Center. She was 72.

She was born on March 13, 1948 to parents Earl & Virginia (Rea) Taylor in Knox County, and graduated from Loudonville High School with the class of 1966. Lynda worked at the Dometic Sanitation in Big Prairie for several years until retiring in 2014.

Lynda was an avid sports fan, she followed the Cleveland Indians, OSU, Cincinnati Bengals, and Loudonville Sports, particularly girls’ softball. Throughout the years she also bowled in leagues and played softball.

She is survived by her son Gregg (Andi) Baldner; his daughter Jolee Baldner; and her grand-dogs Otis, Cash, and Mugsy.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her Wirehaired Pointed Griffon, Luke.

Although no public service will be held in Lynda’s memory, her family hopes that you will hold her in your heart as you remember her in your own special way.

Snyder Funeral Home- Lindsey Chapel is honored to serve Lynda’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • Lynda wasn’t only part of the family but also a dear friend. We spent a lot of time together going to fairs, craft shows, ball games and to Pleasant Hill Lake. We loved to take walks and talk. She’ll be missed by everyone that knew her. May the memories help you get through the difficult times my thoughts and prayers are with you.🙏🏻

  • Linda was a very nice classmate. I have fond memories of her. I especially remember one venture of going to an away football game and staying overnight at her house. I have thought of her many times over the years. Sending my thoughts and prayers for the family. She will be missed.
    Much love, Rox ❤️🙏😟

  • Many thoughts an Prayers to Lyndas family. She was a special sister in law she loved her horses as well.But her granddaughter Jolee was her joy of life.Always in our hearts !!

  • Lynda was a special person! I was always amazed at the way Lynda lived her life. It seemed to me that no matter the “hand” she was dealt she made the best of it and I very much admired her for that. I talked to her at Dollar General in Loudonville sometime this past fall and I am so glad we had that chance to catch up with each other. I wish we could have gotten together again like we planned that day, that wasn’t to be. Rest in peace and love sweet friend!
    Greg – I am sorry that you have had to go through this again so near the time you lost your Dad. Ralph & I both have a lot of good times with them in our younger days. If you need anything or just want to talk I will be here for you and your family. You have always held a special place on my heart.

  • A special friend and classmate..we spent a lot of time together back in our school days and right after graduation. Over the years, our lives often took different directions but whenever we seen each other it was like time stood still and catching up was easy.. She will be greatly missed. Prayers to all.
    Cheryl

  • I had-only gotten to know Lynda the past 12-15 years or so when she started working @ Dometic/Sealand. I always enjoyed working along side of her & we got puppies about the same time so we had that in common and also we both have grandchildren, so there was never a loss for conversation. Greg & Jolee were the loves of her life and she so enjoyed her granddaughter Jolee. After retirement for both of us we stayed in touch. She was a very strong and independent women and she will certainly be missed. My condolences go out to Greg and his family. May she RIP

  • Sending our condolences to Greg and family. May fond memories help to lessen your sorrow, keeping you in our thoughts in the days to come.

  • She was a very independent person.Wehad great times .She loved you and Jolee very much and many dogs.She will be missed Thoughts and prayers . Love Gregg. Andi and Jolee

  • So sorry for your loss!! I have known Lynda for along time and had the pleasure of working with her at Dometic!! She was always a joy to run into and talk with!! Prayers for her family and friends during this difficult time!! RIP LYNDA

  • Gregg and family,
    We are sending our sympathies to you and family.May the many memories you have help you through this tough time.
    Janet,Jeff and Jason Stutz

  • Gregg and Jolee, Thinking of you in the loss of you Mom and Grandmother. We had a lot of fun times many years ago at the get-togethers at Sugar Camp. Always enjoyed talking to her.

  • Thinking about you Gregg. So sorry to about your loss. Remembering all of the fun times going to the lake with y’all.
    Take care,
    Jodi

  • Gregg, sorry to hear about your Mom. I remember hanging out with at the shell station back in the day. Sorry for your loss old friend.