Lynn Pirtle

Lynn Pirtle

October 27, 1972 - May 07, 2014

Lynn Pirtle

October 27, 1972 - May 07, 2014


Rebecca Lynn Pirtle, age 41, of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA entered heaven on May 7, 2014 after a 7-month struggle with cancer.

Lynn is survived by her beloved husband of 17 years Jeffrey Pirtle; three adorable sons Landon (age 10), Spencer (age 5) and Mason (age 4); her father Raymond Fisher,; mother Sandra Burr; her brother Michael Fisher; and grandmother Betty Manning. She was preceded in death by her sister Kim Fisher.

Lynn was born on October 27, 1972 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Lynn graduated from Northern Arizona University in 1996, married Jeffrey in 1997, then settled into Rancho Santa Margarita and started their family. Lynn treasured being a Mom and delighted in their 3 boys.

The Pirtle family has fellowshipped at Mission Hills Church in Mission Viejo and at Saddleback Church. Lynn took pride in working at Kelly Blue Book for 15 years and then at Cox Communications.

Her life will be celebrated at a Memorial Service Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 10:00 am at Saddleback Church in Tent #2, Lake Forest, CA 92630. A reception will follow immediately after the service at Saddleback Church in Tent #1.

A memorial fund has been established through Wells Fargo Bank to benefit the boys. Donations can be made at any Wells Fargo branch
c/o ‘The Pirtle Children Account #9064768931.’

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5 responses to Lynn Pirtle

  1. I am so happy I got to see her Tuesday afternoon. We chatted for a little bit and I told her we all send our love and prayers out to her. We talked about good times at KBB and she wanted to see pictures of my little ones. I made her laugh a few times and we also cried together. I was able to thank her for the many times she was there for me when I needed it. She even asked how my mother was doing and that she would pray for her Lynn was a very kind person and dear person and I am glad she was a part of my life. My prayers go out to Jeff and the boys as well as her family. May she rest in peace.
    Martin Sanchez “CJ”

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  3. Sandy Koch says:

    Jeff, and boys, and Gordon and Judy, I’m so sorry for your loss..Words cannot express how sad I feel for your family.. Just know you are loved, and remember all the wonderful times you and Lynn shared. That will get you through. Sending all of my Love , Sandy Koch

  4. David Pirtle says:

    Lit a candle in memory of Lynn Pirtle

  5. David Pirtle says:

    Lynn was one of the most beautiful person I’ve ever met. Wished we’d lived closer so we could of known each other better. You will be missed, our best wishes. With our love, Uncle Dave and Mary

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