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Lynn Ulmer

November 19, 1935 ~ August 24, 2020 (age 84)


Myrna “Lynn” Ulmer was born November 19, 1935, in Wichita, Kansas.  She was the only child of Walter and Inez (Williams) Wonder.  On March 1, 1945, Lynn was baptized and confirmed in Boise City, Oklahoma.

On October 1, 1977, Lynn married Harvey Ulmer at Lutheran Church of Hope in what is now known as the Chapel of the Crosses.  Then on December 11, 1977, she became a member of LCHope and her commitment to the church began.  While a member of LCHope, Lynn was active in numerous activities.  She spent two years serving as Financial Secretary and over 10 years as Greeter Coordinator.  No one could turn Lynn down when she called.

Lynn spent 21 years working for Storage Tek in the Accounting Department before retiring.  She also spent many years selling Avon products.  Some LCHope members knew her as their “Avon Lady” long before she joined the church.  Joining LCHope came with ready-made friends.

Over the years Lynn and Harvey did a lot of traveling and camping with Family Campers.  It was through these camping trips that Lynn was able to visit 49 of the 50 states.  As Lynn’s health declined and traveling was less, she and Harvey spent a lot more time going to the grandchildren’s softball games and Rockies games.  She loved to cheer for her teams.

Lynn was a real card player.  She played in many bridge groups in the Broomfield area.  You could always count on Lynn to be ready to play if you started a card game.  She loved to teach any newcomer card games like bridge, hand &foot, and many other games.

In the latter years of her life, Lynn’s health had taken a toll on her.  She was not in church every Sunday like she had been in the past.  When Lynn was there on a Sunday morning it was her smile and the cheer in her voice that made everyone happy.

Lynn claimed the promise of her baptism on August 24, 2020.  She is survived by her loving and caring husband of 42 years, Harvey; her sons, Larry and Leslie King; and her daughter, Sherry Templeton.  Also surviving Lynn are her step-children: Monte Ulmer (Laura), Russel Ulmer (Barbara) and Monica Poole; as well as 9 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.

The Liturgy of Resurrection for Lynn will be held on Saturday, September 5, 2020, at 6pm at Lutheran Church of Hope in Broomfield, 1305 West 10th Ave.

In lieu of flowers, gifts in Lynn’s memory may be given to causes she felt closest to: A Precious Child, 7051 West 118th Ave., Broomfield  CO 80020 OR Foundation of Hope, 1305 West 10 Ave, Broomfield  CO 80020

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Lynn's name to A Precious Child or another organization of your choice.

An outside Memorial Service will begin at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 5th at Lutheran Church of Hope in Broomfield. BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS. Please see notes below for the "House of Worship" CDC Social Distancing Guidelines if you are able to attend.

A livestream viewing of the Liturgy and Committal can be viewed live at this link: http://www.lchope.org/watch

Circles are being painted on the ground at the church to ensure social distancing. Please do not arrive any earlier than 5:45 p.m. so our staff can be prepared. You can find a circle to stand in for the duration of the service. Unfortunately, there can be no gathering in the parking lot before or after the service and families are encouraged to depart immediately following the liturgy. 

**In Memoriam cares deeply about the safety of the families we serve. Please arrive wearing a mask, adhere to social distance guidelines, and please stay home if you have any fever, cold, or flu-like symptoms.**

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Memorial Service
September 5, 2020

6:00 PM
Lutheran Church of Hope
1305 W 10th Avenue
Broomfield, CO 80020


A Precious Child
7051 W. 118th Ave., Broomfield CO 80020
Tel: 1-303-466-4272
Web: https://51312.thankyou4caring.org

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