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Marilynn Calderwood

July 21, 1939 November 21, 2023
Marilynn Calderwood
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Obituary for Marilynn Calderwood

Marilynn “Lynn” (Moyer) Calderwood, 84, formerly of Washington, DC, passed away peacefully in an assisted living community near Caledonia State Park, a place close to her heart and home to her beloved family cabin.


Born on July 21, 1939, in Harrisburg, PA, Lynn was the daughter to the late Charles D. and Marion E. Moyer. She was a graduate of William Penn High School and the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. Her career spanned many years with the United States Government, most notably with the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), where she was the Executive Assistant to successive Presidents of the Board. During her tenure at NCUA, co-workers became faithful friends.


Lynn's heart belonged to her family. Summers at Caledonia were a treasured tradition, where she fostered close bonds with her cousins, akin to siblings. She gracefully stepped into the role of the family matriarch, preserving nearly a century's worth of family history and memories. Though she did not have daughters of her own, she lovingly embraced her nieces, Erika and Ingrid, as if they were, spoiling them with the same affection and generosity she bestowed upon all her loved ones. She was the cornerstone of family gatherings, marking every birthday, anniversary, and significant life event with her presence and unwavering support.


Lynn's warmth extended beyond her family. Her friends cherished her company, sharing in her love for the theatre, sports games, and dinner outings. While residing in Washington, DC for 40 years, Lynn developed a deep affection for the Washington Redskins, Baltimore Orioles, and Washington Nationals, and was an adored figure in her P Street neighborhood.


Her radiant smile and generous spirit will be profoundly missed by all who knew her.


Lynn is survived by her older brother, Charles D. Moyer, and his wife, Yvonne, along with their daughter Erika; and her older sister, Alice Ann Moyer; her daughter Ingrid, Ingrid's husband Sunny, and their daughter Sophie. And a very special cousin, Debbie Woschitz, who was selflessly devoted to Lynn’s care and well being.


A Celebration of Life for Lynn honoring her legacy and the joy she brought to so many lives will be held at the family cabin, Saturday, July 20, 2024. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made in Lynn's memory to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, a cause dear to her heart.



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