Nicole Lynn, 80, of Harmony, Florida, died Saturday, Sunday 19, 2020, at her home with her husband Robert by her side.

She was born in France on Jan. 28, 1940 to Pierre and Yolande Breton in Janville, France.

Lynn and her husband were Lyon County residents from 1969 to 1971. He worked at the prison in Eddyville shorty before he bought Roy Heron’s Gulf Gas Station, which he operated until they moved from the area in June of 1971. She was employed at the War Memorial Hospital in Princeton. They and their children were members of the Eddyville Methodist Church during this time period.

Her husband was the son of the late William R. and Sara A. Lynn, both of whom were born and raised in the Caldwell and Lyon County area. The late Elise Brown, a sister of the late William R. Lynn, was the wife of the late Raymond Brown of Brown’s Furniture Store in Princeton.

The Lynns were early pioneers of the Caldwell County area. The late Malinda Lynn was a charter member of Glenn’s Chapel in 1842 and Robert Lynn is distantly related to the late Samuel Glenn, who donated the land for the chapel. In the early 1900s there was also a one-room schoolhouse, which William R. Lynn attended before going to Caldwell County High School in Princeton.

While Nicole Lynn thrived in her professional career, her greatest love was spending time with family.

She is survived by her loving husband of almost 52 years, Robert Lynn. She was a wonderful mother to three sons, Michael, Dominic and the late Angelo, and a daughter, Nadine. She has 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren who she adored.

A private service for family was held Sunday at Glenn’s Chapel Church in Eddyville, with the Rev. Steve McVay officiating. Burial followed in the Glenn’s Chapel Cemetery in Eddyville, where five generations of the Lynn family are now buried.

Morgan’s Funeral Home in Princeton was in charge of arrangements.