I only had the pleasure of working with Lynn for a year and ten months. Since I began work here, I only knew the Lynn "with cancer". He was an extremely brave fighter...never complained even through he endured great pain and suffering I am sure! He kept his keen sense of humor and did not want sympathy. He wore comical hats during his cancer treatments, and always, always had a positive outlook...no matter what. I wish I had had the opportunity to work with him longer. He loved A&M, and since I am an Aggie, it hurt my heart we he told me the circumstances under which he left A&M and how he did not get the opportunity to complete his education there. But once an Aggie, always an Aggie...and Lynn embodied the ture heart and spirit of Aggieland, and was definitely a Fightin' Texas Aggie!!! He loved to talk about his grandbabies and his wife and daughter whom he obviously loved with all his heart! His son-in-law and his parents too..Lynn often spoke fondly of them. He will be sorely missed by his co-workers and friends here at Uinversity Park. We will miss his smile, his jokes and his sunny outlook on life. Heaven is getting a good one.