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Sandra Lee (Dornheim) Noonan
June 30, 1940 ~ January 15, 2024 (age 83) 83 Years Old
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She was called Sandy by those who knew her well. Sandy was born and raised in Lynn and was the daughter of the late Thelma Young and Malcolm Dornheim. She had 2 sisters, Lesley Ryan of Plaistow, NH, and Carol Isele of Florida, who both predeceased her, along with a brother, Kurt Dornheim.
Sandy was always known as a very happy-go-lucky person who was always smiling and laughing. She loved music and sang in the church choir with her father, Malcolm at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn. While living on Eastern Avenue with her family, she was often seen walking around the neighborhood and would often bring home stray pets that became part of the family. She also loved the sun and took great pride in her tan. Sandy loved boating and the ocean, where she spent much time with her children and husband, Don Noonan.
Sandy was married to the late Donald C. Noonan of Lynn, a Navy WWII veteran, and lived on Eastern Avenue where they raised their family. Sandy and Don had 2 children together, the late John Jay Noonan, and James Michael Noonan of Kingston, NH. Prior to her marriage with Don, Sandy also had 2 children, Lisa Faye Caliri of Salem and the late Glen Alan Chipman, formerly of Salem. Sandy also leaves behind her 2 step-children, Robert Arthur Noonan of Lynn, and Donna Mae Noonan of Revere, along with many nieces, nephews, and grand-children.
Visitation hours will be on Thursday, January 18, 2024, at the Parker Funeral Home on 35 Franklin Street in Lynn from 3:00 – 6:00 PM to which relatives and friends are invited to attend.