Nancy “Lynn” Lucido, 77, of Belleville, IL, born Sunday, May 24, 1942 in East St. Louis, IL passed away Sunday, May 3, 2020 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in Saint Louis, MO.
Lynn was a office manager for Dr. Drake, a broker for Coldwell Banker and worked part time at Sage Style-Fashion Accessory store in Belleville. She was a member of St. Matthew United Methodist Church, South Shore Falls Women’s Club in Apollo Beach, FL and loved her family, friends and especially her Lord!
She was preceded in death by her:
- parents, Andrew and Margauriete A., nee Arth, Lucido
- Stephanie and Derek Tribout
- Samantha Kimmel
Surviving are her:
- children, Andrea Beltran of Nebo, IL
- Jessica Beltran Wiemers of Madison, IL
- Brannon Beltran (Courtney Witt) of Fairview Heights, IL
- grandchildren, Kyle A. Pressnall
- Jeffery C. Foiles
- Mark Tribout
- Taylor Kimmel
- Anna P.Beltran
- Althea R. Beltran
- Rainy L. Beltran
- 4 great grandchildren
Condolences may be expressed online at www.kurrusfh.com.
Memorials: Memorials may be made to the St. Matthew U.M.C.
Funeral: Private family interment. Celebration of life will be held at a later date at St. Matthew United Methodist Church in Belleville, IL. Kurrus Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
You are a wonderful woman….I am glad to have known you as a mother in law! Love u , Heather
Our prayers are with you during this time of sorrow.
Our sympathy to you and your family.
I will miss you so much because you were such a joy to be around. It is comforting to know that you are no longer in pain but your passing has transferred the pain to those of us who loved you. . My condolences to all your family. Rest In Peace Lynn.
I met Lynn when working for her wonderful parents at Dairy Queen on W. Main. She was an incredible kind, vivacious and beautiful woman. She will be missed.
Lynn was a wonderful neighbor and friend. I can still hear her giggle…we had many wonderful times together through our years of friendship. Heaven is a brighter place because of Lynn’s smile and loving heart. My condolences to her family….
Alan she so loved you and your mother I remember you so well thanks so much for thinking of her! I hope you’re doing well!
Lynn I’m sorry for loosing you as you put your all into staying. We grew up together as we
Were born two months apart. I’ve always admired you but most of all I shall remember your
cute giggle. I knew you would be successful not only job wise but you have a beautiful family.
Many memories over the years will make many smile that you are in our hearts.
Gods blessings on your journey through the heavens. Give my wonderful Vince a hug and our grands Lewis and Mary Arth. We sure had fun at Christmas dancing around Grandmothers
dining room table. She loved to join in. I shall never forget her love for her grandchildren.