Green Bay – Lynn Marie (VanCampenhout) Chambers, 59, passed away peacefully in her home on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. Born in Green Bay, WI, September 24, 1959, she is the daughter of Robert “Bob” and Nancy (Steeno) VanCampenhout. Lynn graduated from West High School in 1977. She worked for Nature’s Way in Green Bay for a number of years. She enjoyed catching a suntan, cheering on her Green Bay Packers, and playing cribbage. Those who knew her best would say she had an exceptional sense of humor and always had the perfect comeback.
While Lynn had been battling cancer for the last seven years, she never let this define her. Her spunk and willingness to see milestones in her daughter, Kayla’s life is what helped guide her through these tough years. She trusted her struggle until she was called home to heaven.
She will be greatly missed by her only daughter, Kayla O’Leary; the love of her life, Jerry Loch; father Bob VanCampenhout and Pat Stranis; her three siblings Wendy (Keith) Kroening, Vicki Delfeld, Eric (Denise) VanCampenhout; many nephews and a niece; and her dear friend Dan McLeod.
She was welcomed home by her mother, Nancy (Steeno) VanCampenhout and her favorite furry friend, Copper.
The family will organize a celebration of Lynn’s life to be held at a later date.
Those who so desire may make memorial donations in memory of Lynn to:
Lynn Chambers Memorial – C/O Kayla O’Leary
1561 E Deerfield Ave, Suamico, WI 54173
The family would like to extend a special thanks to the staff at Bellin Cancer Center, especially Dr. Amy James, along with the staff of Unity Hospice for their encouragement and care.
“But I will trust in your unfailing love, I will rejoice because you have saved me.”
Malcore (West) Funeral Home is serving the family.