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Lynn A. Mabus

1948 - 2021

Lynn A. Mabus, 72, of Milton passed away on Sunday, March 14, 2021 at the Evangelical Community Hospital, Lewisburg.

Born in Lewisburg on April 18, 1948, he was the son of the late Donald and Rebecca (Leib) Mabus.

Lynn was a 1966 graduate of Milton High School and had worked as an accountant for American Home Foods, International Paper, Milton Transportation, and retiring from Geisinger Health South.

He was a former member of the Greater Susquehanna YMCA Board serving 28 years, the former Treasurer of the Milton Booster Club, was Super Booster of the Year, the Milton Historical Society, the Turbot Twp. Election Board and was a former Grand Marshal of the Milton Harvest Festival Parade.

Lynn was a world traveler, an avid reader, a long time Penn State supporter and enjoyed cooking and spending time with his family and friends. He was also interested in genealogy and had compiled several family trees dating back many generations.

Lynn is survived by five brothers and their spouses Barry and Jennifer Mabus of Milton, Scott and Loretta Mabus of Potts Grove, Jay Mabus of Milton, Randy and Cindy Mabus of Milton and Wayne and Helen Mabus of Dillsburg; a sister Karen Burns of Milton and many nieces and nephews.

A Memorial service will be held on Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. at the Shaw Funeral Home 400 N Front St. Milton.  Officiating will be Pastor Ralph Unroe.  Friends and family will be received after the service.

Memorial contributions in Lynn's name may be made to the Greater Susquehanna Valley YMCA 1150 N. 4th St. Sunbury, PA 17801 or the the Milton Public Library 541 Broadway Milton PA 17847.


Lynn was such a dear dear friend and I loved him a lot. I am heartbroken that he is no longer with us. We had some awesome times together and with our other dear friend Bill Raup.
Rest In Peace dear friend,
Gin Gin

Lynn was a great guy and great cousin. He would often drop in when he found more information on our genealogy which he had done such a wonderful job searching. We will surely miss you Lynn! Rest in Peace!

Deepest condolences to the Mabus family.

Uncle Lynn was such a great guy and like part of the family! We will miss him so.....

I was shocked to hear of Lynn’s passing. I am so sorry. Lynn was a good friend and he will be missed. Love you Lynn.

I was shocked to hear of Lynn’s passing. I am so sorry. Lynn was a good friend and he will be missed. Love you Lynn.

Lynn was an old friend from my life in Williamsport....always upbeat, social and fun to be around! We had such good times , being a part of our “bourbon street rat pack”...,. I am confident he will have a drink and a hug ready for me when I see him again ❤️.....Carl

From Bourbon Street days to adventures in Umbria, Lynn was always the fun of the party and just a real nice guy. God Bless You. RIP!

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