Lynne Liotta, wife of Deacon Tom Liotta, dies at age 79
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Lynne Liotta, wife of Deacon Tom Liotta, dies at age 79

FRANKTOWN. Lynne Liotta, the wife of retired Deacon Tom Liotta, died Jan. 9 at age 79. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Jan. 16 at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Castle Rock.

Liotta was born Sept. 16, 1943 in New York, to Rita and Ed Snay.

She is survived by her husband, Thomas Liotta; daughters, Maria (Zach) Jump and Aimee (Louis) Smith; son, Michael (Karen) Liotta; five grandchildren, Casey Jump, Michael Jump, Maya Liotta, Molly Liotta and Matthew Liotta; two sisters, Barbara Hildreth and Rita Guthrie, and numerous nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Castle Rock, designated for the purchase of outside flowers for the gardens that Lynne loved to work in.

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