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1923 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Stuart Preston Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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March 25, 2016
To the family of Stuart Preston goes out my sincere feelings of sadness. I remember when your MOM and DAD played golf with my MOM and DAD! My parents really enjoyed yours...Now they can play golf eternally!!
Sincerely, Linda Kenyon Lewis
March 21, 2016
The Writers of the Carolina Fiber and Fiction Center in Carolina, RI all knew Lynne's father, Stuart L. Preston, through Lynne's work, SIX BRONZE STARS, which chronicles and honors her father's time in the trenches during World War II from landing at Utah Beach during D-Day through five additional major battles. In addition to his 6 bronze stars, and numerous service medals, he was awarded the Cross de Guerre from the Belgian government.

Some of us had the good fortune to meet Mr. Preston at the Carolina Fiber and Fiction Center when he came to see us and discuss Lynne's book and his experiences entering a war at age nineteen, living through it, and living with it for the remainder of his life.

Our hearts go out to Lynne in love.

Grace, Jan, Patty P, Patty C, Sarah, Andrea, Kit, Anne, Christine, Bethany, Perry, Marie, Bev and all the weavers and writers of the Octagon house.