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Caryn Amelia Clinard Lillo
Birth: Apr. 21, 1959
Los Angeles County
California, USA
Death: Jun. 18, 2007
Kings County
California, USA

For Caryn Clinard Lillo, her worldly duties came to an end on June 18, 2007, after a long battle with cancer. During her illness, she was surrounded by her loving husband, Michael Lillo,her son Greg, and numerous family and friends. She is now continuing her duties on the other side.

She was born April 21, 1959 in Lakewood, California and was raised in the southern California area. She worked as a nurse for many years and took great pride in her work and gained pleasure from helping others during her career. She was proud to have started her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant and became a Licensed Vocational Nurse, then later a Registered Nurse. Working in the Emergency Department, Caryn was one of the first Mobile Intensive Care Nurses that was established in Kings County. She was bestowed the honor of being the first MICN to transport a patient from the heliport in Hanford. Not only did she take pride in her work, but she was well respected by her peers.

Caryn later furthered her career by attaining her Family Nurse Practitioner. She was a front runner for initiating HIV/AIDS care for patients in Kings County. She had a great sense of pride in her community and was instrumental in helping provide care for the medically indigent.

In addition to her career, she was the proud mother of Greg Enloe. She soon became known as "Greg's mom" to his friends and was always happy to host a group a kids at her home in the country or on an scheduled outing or event.

Caryn enjoyed fly fishing, and hiking in the High Sierras. This was one of her favorite past times and she was a member of the Kaweah Fly Fisherman Club. On several occasions, she assisted the Department of Fish and Game in collecting genetic specimens of the Golden Trout found in the High Sierras and she spent numerous hours collaboratively with her husband on this project.

She will be greatly missed by everyone that knew her. She touched so many lives, that it is impossible to list them.

Caryn leaves behind her husband, Michael Lillo, her son Gregory Enloe of Hanford, her mother Dorothea Pitcher of Kingman, Arizona, her sister Christina Robertson of Grover Beach, a brother Stephen Stermolle of Belfair, Washington and her sister Susie White of Redondo Beach, and numerous nieces and nephews. 
Cremated, Other.
Specifically: Cremated and ashes given to family.
Created by: Timothy Shortnacy
Record added: Jun 19, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19974378
Caryn Amelia <i>Clinard</i> Lillo
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Caryn Amelia <i>Clinard</i> Lillo
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Caryn Amelia <i>Clinard</i> Lillo
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Mom, you're a wonderful person and I miss you everyday. I hope I can keep making you proud. Love!!!
- Greg Enloe
 Added: Feb. 1, 2017
Hey Mom. Love and miss you
- Greg Enloe
 Added: Dec. 5, 2016
miss you
- Greg Enloe
 Added: Oct. 15, 2015
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