Due to a long illness, I am very much behind in my messages so I was truly shocked to learn of "Charlie's " death. I was in school at UNCG from 1963-65, and had the honor of singing with him on many occasions. I admired not only his magnificient voice, but also his ability to teach the art. He is one of my favorite memories at UNCG and I shall always remember the bond we had. Please accept my most heartfelt sympathy. Ray McNeely
My heartfelt sympathy to the Lynam family. I went to school with Carol who was always friendly and kind, just like her father. I saw Mr. Lynam on a daily basis for almost 17 years in the School of Music office. He was a favorite of mine--always a smile, never a cross word. He was an extraordinary teacher, but a also a lovely example of a good and kind man.
I remember with admiration the many times we were on stage together. every time you opened your mouth nothing but beauty came out. I think of you often and what a pleasure to have known you and share music with you. When we get together again ( it should not be long) please save a spot In the tenor section for me.
Carol and family, I am so sorry in the lost of your Daddy. But I am also happy that you was able to be there with your parents. Prayers are being said for you and your family for Comfort and Peace in the coming days that only Our Father can give us. Much love to you, Debi
I had the wonderful previledge of singing with Charlie on several occasion. It was always a thrilling experience to share beautiful music with him especially since we both got our start at Elon.
All who knew him, know that God has just added a wonderful baritone to the heavenly choir.
My love to his family.
Mary Anne Thomas Johnston - Elon "58