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Obituary for Lynne Druge (Henderson)

Lynne Druge (Henderson) born on December 16th, 1961, passed away from a short illness on January 24th, 2022 at Manchester Community Hospital. Lynne was the wife of Robert Druge (deceased) and the daughter of George Henderson (deceased) and Nellie Henderson (deceased). Lynne worked as a Supplier Quality Engineer at GKN Aerospace prior to her retirement in December of this year. Before going to GKN, Lynne worked at Volvo Aero Connecticut and prior to that the Whitcraft Group. Lynne went to Hartford Technical College, Manchester Community College and Marlboro College where she studied music.

Lynne was a longtime member of the Mansfield Christian Fellowship Depot. Lynne was baptized at MCF and served as treasurer, served on the missions committee, and helped lead worship through music. Lynne sang and played the flute sharing her talents with the church community and all who attended the services. Lynne had a was organized, had a phenomenal work ethic, and was committed to helping those in her community whenever there was a need. Above all, she was given the gift of music and that is how she will be remembered most.

Lynne leaves her cousin Terry Nowakowski of Farmington CT, her husband Jay and three children, Joel, Danielle, Luke and their nine grandchildren. In addition, she leaves her brother-in-law, Thomas Druge of Morgantown, West Virginia, Stephen Druge of Vero Beach, Florida and Fiona Druge of NYC, New York. In addition, she leaves her lifelong friend, Sandi Stenberg who she shared many memories at Wells Beach and exploring restaurants and points of interest all around CT. She also leaves behind her beloved church family, as well as close friends Janet, Scott, Craig, Marcia, Dick, and April. She also leaves behind her beloved dog Ryder and three cats who will miss her terribly.

Services for Lynne will be held on February 2nd at the Tolland Memorial Funeral Home, 375 Merrow Road, Tolland, CT. A memorial service will be held at 11 AM. Donations can be made to Habitat for Humanity in her name.

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