Lorna Lake

Lorna Lake

Wednesday, May 29th, 1940 Friday, January 3rd, 2020

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Obituary for Lorna C. Lake

Lorna C. Lake, 80, of White Plains, New York passed away on January 3, 2020. Lorna was born on May 29, 1940 in Columbus, Ohio to the late Isla Snyder and Clarence Bowser. On April 4, 1983 Lorna married Frank Lake in New York City.
Lorna had a Master’s Degree from Ohio State University. She was an accomplished musician playing the French horn, flute, piano, and banjo. She also painted and enjoyed photography. Lorna and Frank loved to hike and shared a passion for English Country Dancing, where they made lifelong friends. She always had a kind word and smile for all.
Besides her parents, Lorna is predeceased by her sister Sylvia Gayer.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made in Lorna’s name to Alzheimer’s Association

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Barbara Jayne DeLong Osborne

Lorna and I were best friends growing up. We walked to school together, shared a love for music (if it weren't or the Bowsers' music room, I wouldn't have taken up the flute.) Several years ago Lorna sent me some papers from the "Boo Club" we had formed when we were small. This was apparently some childhood secret club, of which I was President; we got some laughs from the papers. My sincere condolences to the family.
Barbara DeLong Osborne, Bonita Springs, Florida

Sincerely, Barbara DeLong Osborne, Bonita Springs, Florida

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