Lynne A. Rybak
Lynne A. Rybak

November 30, 1959 - April 22, 2019
Born in Germany
Resided in Arnold, Maryland
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It is with a heavy heart we share the unexpected passing of Lynne A. Rybak, 59, on April 22, 2019. Born November 30, 1959 in Bad Kreuznach, Germany, she is survived by her loving son Myles of Arnold, Md, parents Warren and Sally Rybak of Cherry Hill, NJ, sister Susan Rybak of Mt. Laurel, NJ, sister and brother-in-law Sandy and Rodney Luck, nephew Matthew, nieces, Erin, Heather and Becky of Arnold, MD, as well as extended family in NJ. Lynne was raised in NJ where she lived until joining the Air Force at age 21. She served 5 years in the Air Force as a financial/pay roll specialist. After leaving the Air Force Lynne continued working in the financial field at several banks until she discovered real estate. She then enjoyed a successful career as a real estate agent, eventually combining the two specialties for a long career in the mortgage business. Lynne had an exuberant personality, full of sunshine and light. She had boundless energy and talents. Her truest passion was cooking with gardening a close second, though she was always happy crafting and decorating too. A swimmer in her early years earned her accolades and many lifelong friends, especially those from Downs Farm. She was so happy to have reconnected with many old friends. She had been anxiously awaiting her move back home to retire and spend time with her parents. As a single parent, the greatest light in her life was her son Myles. Anyone who knew Lynne can attest that he was her world, his biggest fan and cheerleader. There was little time that there was not a houseful of boys and Lynne loved every one of them. Her favorite time was cooking for Myles, her boys and Brianna, whom she loved like a daughter. Lynne was one of the strongest people you could have met. She overcame so much and always kept going. She was a truly generous, kind, caring person, but her fiery personality was there when needed. She will always be loved and is already greatly missed. As long as there is “sunshine” she will be in our hearts. In lieu of flowers, the Lynne Rybak Memorial Fund has been set up at Navy Federal Credit Union to benefit Myles for his upcoming needs.
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To donate by check, please make checks payable to:

Lynne Rybak Memorial Fund Acct # 3110984162
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Navy Federal Credit Union
P.O. Box 3100
Merrifield VA  22119-3100

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Memorial Service
Hardesty Funeral Home-Annapolis
12 Ridgely Avenue
Annapolis, MD US 21401
May 4, 2019
11:00 AM