Lynn Rambach Pressman-Raymond (June 14, 1912 - July 22, 2009) was a prominent female chief executive who served as president of Pressman Toy Company for about 20 years. As company vice president, she the Doctor Bag, inspired by her own children's fear of vaccinations. She led Pressman Toy to be one of the first companies to advertise games on television.
In 1942, she was married former World War I veteran Jack Pressman who in 1922 founded of the Pressman Toy Corporation, sometimes called the third-largest games manufacturer in the United States, and died in 1959. She is also the mother of Edward R. Pressman who has co-produced eight movies with Oliver Stone.