WARREN- Lynette Marie (Tackett)Cristol, 59, died on Tuesday, November 5,2019 at Beth Israel Hospital with her husband Steve Cristol at her side. Lynette was born on September 22, 1960 in Warren Ohio. She was the daughter of the late Norman V Tackett and the late Jeanne Marie (Behlen) Tackett.
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Lynette was a flight attendant for Eastern Airlines and the Trump Shuttle where she met her husband Steve whom she was married to for 32 years. After retiring from the airlines, Lynette turned her passion for interior and floral designs into a successful floral design business. Lynette was a fierce champion of animals and had many over the years. Lynette lit up a room when she entered it and was loved by all who met her. She had a heart of a warrior battling all the medical illnesses that were presented to her.
She is survived by her brothers: Scott ( Kathy) Tackett and Gregory Tackett, as well as several nieces and nephews. Lynette was preceded in death by her parents and her sisters Michelle Casale and Mary Francis Tackett.
The family would like to thank Lynette’s personal care giver Ann Marie McDonell and her son Cory for their love , support, and friendship for these many years.
Friends and family are invited to attend memorial calling hours on Sunday November 17,2019 1pm-4pm in Pillsbury Funeral Home 3 West Brookfield Rd. Brookfield.A Memorial Mass will be held on Monday at 10am in St Stanislaus Church 2270 Main Street, West Warren. Burial will follow in Pine Grove Cemetery in Warren. Reception- Monday November 18th Noon- 2pm Public House 277 Main Street Sturbridge,MA. In lieu of flowers, the family would be honored by a gift made to Project HEAL in memory of Lynette. You can make a donation to Lynette’s memorial fund at: give.classy.org/lynettecristolmemorial
Project HEAL’s mission is to ensure that every person suffering from an eating disorder has the resources they need to recover. They do this by providing financial grants to help individuals afford treatment and facilitating weekly peer-support groups for people at all stages of recovery.