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Lynelle Cournoyer.

BATON ROUGE, La./WEST BOYLSTON - Lynelle (Tynes) Cournoyer, 89, of Baton Rouge, La., and formerly of Oakdale, died Feb. 2, in Covington, La., after a long illness.

She worked for the Ray-O-Vac Company in Clinton, from 1958 until 1977. She moved to Baton Rouge in 1979.

She was the widow of Raphael A. Cournoyer and is survived by two sons, Richard A. Cournoyer of Harrington, Del., and Philip J. Cournoyer of Tennessee; two daughters, Catherine L. St. Martin of Lowell and Teresa A., wife of John P. White, of Seal Beach, Calif.; a sister, Winifred T. Dunn of Baton Rouge, La.; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Cournoyer was born in 1920, in Kentwood, La., the daughter of Edwin Farrah Tynes and Mattie (Brabham) Tynes, and attended Southeastern Louisiana University. She moved to Holden following her marriage and then to Oakdale in 1944.

A memorial service was held at Miles Funeral Home, Holden, on Thursday, Feb. 11.
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