Lynne Susan Sindelar, age 71, of Pataskala, peacefully passed away on January 23, 2020 surrounded by her family at home. Lynn was born December 3, 1948, to the late Harry and Faye (Schre) Dobrin. She was born in the Bronx, New York City, and grew up in Plainview, Long Island, New York. Lynne graduated from Plainview High School in 1966. In 1968, she earned an Associate in Arts from Miami-Dade Junior College. In 1970, she graduated from The University of West Florida with a BA in Elementary Education. In 1971, she earned a certificate from Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida to teach special education. While attending college in Florida, she met her future husband Bill Sindelar. Due to Bill's employment with the US Department of Defense, Lynne, Bill and their family lived in several places; Cocoa, Florida, Melbourne, Florida, Warner Robins, Georgia, Newark, Ohio, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Canal Winchester, Ohio, before settling in Pataskala, Ohio. Lynne taught elementary grades in Titusville, Florida, Newark, Ohio, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Groveport, Ohio. Lynne was a member of the local Red Hat Society for around 3 years in Canal Winchester and also spent several years as a volunteer for the Friends For Life Animal Haven. Lynne enjoyed being a school teacher but her true joy in life was raising and teaching her own three children. She was a wonderful mom who loved her kids. A special joy was added to her life with the birth of her only grandchild, Aurora Hope and she loved that beautiful little girl. She is survived by her loving husband of 47 years, Bill; children, Molly Anne (Harold) Stayer, Debi Renee Sindelar, John Edward (Valerie Joy Drake) Sindelar; granddaughter, Aurora Hope; sister, Marilyn ( Dr. Harvey) Broman; and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by her brother, Dr. Dick Dorbin. Private family funeral arrangements are being made by Pfeifer Funeral Home, Reynoldsburg. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lynne's memory to The American Liver Foundation or The Arthritis Nation Research Foundation. Online condolences available at www.pfeiferfuneral.com.