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Danielle Rae Lyndes
July 28, 1990 ~ November 20, 2023 (age 33) 33 Years Old
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Danielle Rae Lyndes, a beacon of light and love, passed away on November 20, 2023, at the age of 33, in Seattle, Washington. Born on July 28, 1990, in Missoula, Montana, Danielle grew into a woman who was as adventurous as she was kind-hearted, touching the lives of all who knew her.
Danielle was the cherished daughter of Chris and Mel Lyndes of Seattle, Washington. She was a member of an extensive family that included numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins across the United States and in the Philippines. Danielle's loving spirit and infectious smile served as a cornerstone for her family, and her absence will leave an irreplaceable gap in the Lyndes family.
In 2012, Danielle proudly graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Northwestern University in Kirkland, Washington. Her academic achievements were just the beginning of a successful and fulfilling career. She spent the last two years as a Campus Recruiter for Baker Tilly in Seattle, and before that, she enriched the team at Anderson Tax. Her colleagues remember her as someone who found joy in the success of others, and her passion for making connections and building relationships was at the heart of her professional journey.
Danielle's zest for life was unparalleled. She was an adventurer at heart, always seeking new experiences and challenges. Her fearless nature led her to perform daring feats, such as jumping off the Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas, one of her most thrilling escapades. She shared a love for the skies with her mother, with whom she went parasailing over the Puget Sound, creating memories that will be treasured forever.
Her love for travel and helping others took her to Mexico on multiple occasions, where she participated in building houses for homeless families. These trips were a testament to her selfless nature and her desire to make a tangible difference in the world. Danielle was also an avid fan of the Seattle Mariners and held a special place in her heart for her all-time favorite player, Ken Griffey Jr.
When she wasn't seeking adventure, Danielle could be found on stage. Her quick wit and natural talent for improv comedy brought laughter to many and served as an outlet for her creative expression. Those who shared the stage with her will remember her as an inspiring presence, always ready to support her fellow performers.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Northwest University of Kirkland, Washington or to the Seattle Epilepsy Fund.
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