Lynda DaCosse, 70, passed away Thursday, April 25 due to a sudden abdominal aortic aneurysm. She was born June 18, 1948, in Southern California to Virginia and Norman Schaub.
Lynda grew up in Manhattan Beach, Calif., and enjoyed an adventurous childhood and teen years at the beach. After starting a family, Lynda, husband Bill, daughter Lisa and son Ryan moved to Leona Valley, Calif., where she fell in love with country life. Lynda found joy in people, animals and laughter. Horses were a big part of Lynda’s life. She enjoyed many trail rides with dear friends over the years.
Bill and Lynda moved their family to Paso Robles, Calif., in 1991. She was well known in the community for many years and gained a reputation as a “ranch property expert” as a real estate broker for DaCosse and Associates.
If Lynda thought you had a talent of any kind, she cheered you on to be your greatest. She is remembered for being the most supportive person you could ever meet.
Lynda is survived by her dearly loved family all of whom she loved and touched deeply.
Husband, Bill DaCosse, son Ryan DaCosse, daughter Lisa Hess-Crombie, son-in-law Tommy Crombie, sister Susan Schaub, niece Ashley Mc Phail and nephew Matthew Mc Phail, Lynda’s granddaughters Brianna Butler and Syerra Bauer. She recently became a great-grandmother to a beautiful baby boy Jacob Robert Bauer.
A celebration of life is planned for June 2. Details to be released later.