Lyndsie Brooke Brindley

January 23, 1987 - May 4, 2016

01/23/1987 - 05/04/2016

Lyndsie Brooke Brindley 29, was called home to the Lord on Wednesday May 4th at Sentara Leigh Memorial Hospital. Lyndsie was a loving mother, daughter, sister, and friend who will be missed by everyone whose life she touched. Lyndsie was employed at First Colonial Family Practice as a medical biller. Lyndsie enjoyed many things in her life but none more than spending her free time with her daughter Kylie, family, and friends. Lyndsie is survived by her Daughter Kylie Ramsey, Mother Lori Burley (Nathan), Father Todd Brindley, Brother Chad Brindley (Melissa), maternal grandmother Sandy Chuderwicz, paternal grandmother Cindy Brindley and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Lyndsie was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather Frank Chuderwicz, paternal grandfather Terry Brindley, and her beloved dog Homer. A memorial service will be held Sunday May 8th at 2:00pm Altmeyer Funeral Home 5792 Greenwich Road, in Virginia Beach, Va. Condolences can be made at www.altmeyerfh.com

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christina
5 years ago

We met when we were in the 6th grade, and became best friends to one another. We got to watch each other grow, and watched each other become a mother. You were such a big help whenever I needed it, and I just want people to know how caring of a person you were, and you didn’t judge others. I will always miss you, love you! xoxoxo

Cheryl D.
6 years ago

I am deeply sorry for your loss. May God be with each of you at this time, and may your beautiful memories of happy times together with Lyndsie comfort you, giving you peace. Praying to God is also a source of comfort, for it is written: “God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.” – Psalm 46:1.

Cheryl Travelstead
6 years ago

It was a joy to have you as a student. I loved seeing your confidence grow and with it your determination to better yourself for your little girl.

Cheryl Travelstead
6 years ago

There are no words for a time like this, but so many memories. I will miss you and your sweet smile and spirit. I was honored to know you as a friend, co-worker and student. Your desire to better yourself for your daughter was an inspiration to me. Seeing your growing confidence in yourself and your abilities was such a gift. You may only have been in this world for a short time, but you left your mark and made it a better place. I hope and pray your daughter will feel the strength of your love for her every day. Love you Lyndsie.

Jennifer Campbell
6 years ago

I love you Lyndsie and rest in peace knowing your family will be taken care of. Thinking of you, Kylie and Lori here in Texas! ❤

Denise Williams
6 years ago

These words of deepest sympathy are sent with the hope that, as time goes by, cherished memories will help bring you inner peace and make your loved one seem still very close to you. May the memories that mean the most to you live forever in your heart.

DIANNE GUY
6 years ago

Rest in peace little girl, you did your job here on Earth, best daughter to mom,, best mother to your own daughter, best friends to so many, and a beautiful person inside and out. You will never be forgotten.

leigh
6 years ago

I remember one time me and my mom were going to pick up lyndsie in Winchester va. Meeting her and lori half way. Of course our car broke down and lyndsie and Lori looked for us every where. It took hour. And even stayed with us in a hotel over night. They are my heart. Thank you lyndsie for beinf the best friend i have ever had.