Lynda Marie Thompson Clinton of Vero Beach, born January 23, 1960, was killed in a traffic collision Wednesday morning, June 16, 2021. The youngest of five children of Dr. Rollin and Lillian Thompson, she was raised in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado, graduating from Cherry Creek High School and the University of Northern Colorado. She and her husband, Sean Clinton, left Colorado for Florida, eventually settling down in Vero Beach, where they raised their two sons, Caden and Curren. After divorcing, Lynda, a certified gemologist, worked in the jewelry business, most recently at the Kay jewelry store in Vero Beach. She had a big heart, insuppressible optimism, a green thumb and was an avid orchid gardener, pet lover and friend to all she met.
Lynda leaves behind her sons Caden and Curren Clinton, her pride and joy, in addition to brothers Michael (Regie) and Mark (Vicci) Thompson and sisters Karyn Thompson-Panos (Dean) and Sheri Vernon (Mick), along with numerous nieces, nephews and dear friends. She was preceded in death by her parents.
Donations may be made in her memory to the Humane Society of Vero Beach & Indian River Co. https://www.hsvb.org/
A memorial service was held at Rock City Garden, 9080 US Hwy 1 Wabasso, FL 10:30am
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