Deepest sympathy to you. My grandmother, Melva Dagwell, was the housekeeper at your inn in the mid-50's- early 60's; my mother, Carolyn, worked in the kitchen in '54-'55. If my memory serves right, Grandma called her boss "Heinie," and was quite fond of him. Cliff Jones, FLHS '65
Dick, Laura and Family,
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. I know through you, your father's memories and traits will continue for generations. God Bless you all.
Bill and Mom,
My love and prayers go out to you both, special friends of Don and me.
So sorry Bill,,thoughts are with you,,,so hard to lose our parents
Love and thoughts from a long time neighbor friend. I randomly read this post on Facebook and glad that I did so I can say, so many fond memories of the Wynn family and growing up neighbors in Coral Ridge. My regards to the passing of Mr. Wynn. Lisa Rauch O'Laughlin. Regards from the Rauch family
My love and prayers go out to you and your family during this difficult time.
With deepest sympathy,
What a great guy loved meeting him several times at the stage when he came to see his beloved Son singing and performing. I was only lucky enough to sing with his Son. I know he will be missed by many. My love to Bill and his family.
All my love and prayers to all of you.
Mindy Warren Elnaggar
Mr. Wynn was the coolest guy...He was the original "players coach" in baseball over at Holiday Park.....I think all the kids wanted to be on his teams...I know I did.. He and my dad had a great love for kids. I never felt the need to get into the "Eddie Haskell" mold with him...One never felt goofy or awkward in his presence. Always in a good mood...Always accentuated the positive....Never put kids down...I have good memories of Mr. Wynn. He helped a lot of kids feel good about themselves. That counts in my book in a big way..