In Memory

C Lynne Barnett (Dailey)

C Lynne Barnett (Dailey)

Hello to Aunt Lynne’s friends.  Her sudden passing is a shock to all of us.  It is so wonderful to see all the many friends she has.  Her family wants to celebrate her life with all of you.  

For friends in San Antonio.  We will be having a celebration open house at her home tomorrow, Sunday, from 1 - 4.  We look forward to remembering her with all of you.
For family and friends in Indy. We will be having a celebration open house at Rick’s Boatyard on Eagle Creek from 12 - 3 on Saturday, January 13th. We look forward to seeing everyone!
Love you Aunt Lynne!!!  We will miss you!
From the Porter Loring Funeral Home website...

Obituary for Cheryl Lynne Dailey

July 16, 1946 - January 3, 2018
San Antonio, Texas | Age 71

Heaven gained our sweet, beloved, and amazing sister, aunt, and friend. Lynne was born July 16, 1946 in Indianapolis, IN to Bill Barnett and Helen Sample Thompson.

Lynne retired from a successful Marketing Career at General Motors and has been living a life filled with adventure, golf outings, international travels, cooking, entertaining, and living life to the fullest.

Lynne is preceded in death by her parents and her adored cats, Murphy and Bogey. She is survived by her brother, Jim "Barney" Barnett; Nephews, Jeff and Jason (Dawn) Barnett; Niece, Julie (Patrick) Murphy; and Great Nieces, Melody (Matt) Kaste and Alley Lynne (Eric Paral) Murphy; Great Nephews, Ashton Murphy, Shang Bao, Billy, Bryce, and Jake Barnett.

Please join our family in celebrating Lynne's incredible life. In Lieu of flowers, please donate to the Alzheimer's Association ( in memory of Lynne's late mother whom she cared for several years prior to her passing.

You may sign the mortuary guestbook and leave  a comment here

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01/08/18 07:07 AM #5    

Victor Jacobs

I would like to offer my condolences to Lynne’s family. I am very sorry for your loss!

01/08/18 09:10 AM #6    

Nancy McDonnell (Thompson)

So sad to lose another classmate.  Happy we reunited at our 50th reunion.  We will miss that wonderful smile and treasure our memories with you, Lynne!

01/08/18 10:10 AM #7    

Gene Voelkel

So sad about Lynne’s passing.  She became an aunt to our kids, and went to their weddings.  We became close when she moved to Danville with GMC.  We played golf and  she travelled with our family.  This is a great unsuspected loss!  

She and that smile will be missed!


01/08/18 11:32 AM #8    

Ronald Drahos

A classmate from kindergarden through high school.  To her family, my sincere condolences. 

01/09/18 01:22 PM #9    

Karen Bertels (Cramer)

Friends through grade school and Manual, getting sun burned in Fl. on spring break, walking 8 blocks in the snow from Southport's gym to my aunt's house after a basketball game, going to the 500 during college, are only a few memories of an old friend.  Very sad to learn of Lynne's passing.  My sympathies to Jim and the rest of the family.  

01/09/18 11:16 PM #10    

Nellie Devine (Delk)

So sorry to hear of Lynnes passing.  It was so good to see her at our reunion. She will be missed by all who

love her.                     Nellie Devine Delk

01/10/18 08:08 AM #11    

Harriett Jeanne DeWitt (Sheridan)

This is sad to read.  Wonderful memories will sustain family and friends.

01/10/18 12:29 PM #12    

Susan Huppert (Class Of '65)

I remember Lynne from our cheerleading days together.  I was able to talk to her some at the 50th class reunion.  So sorry to hear this. 

01/10/18 01:44 PM #13    

Thomas Mason

I was so sorry to hear of Lynne's passing.  She was such a dear classmate and fun person.  I am so happy that she was surrounded by loving family.

01/11/18 02:38 PM #14    

Mary Ellen Harrison (Magee)

So sorry to hear of Lynn's passing.  Like others have said it was wonderful to reunite with her at our 50th High School Reunion!  I remember riding the city bus with her to the Circle Theater when we were in about the 6th or 7th grade!

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