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Lynn Paxton DUNN Obituary
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January 11, 2017
Lynn was a man of many talents. I first met Lynn some fifty years ago when he was a pupil of mine at St. Paul's Collegiate School in Hamilton. I taught, among other subjects in those days, woodwork and physical education. These two subjects were where Lynn excelled. He was a very competent schoolboy athlete, and his ability in the workshop was remarkable for a 'junior' in the school. I taught him cabinet making skills, but his free form carving skill was completely self taught.

Because of our shared interests we remained in contact over the years. If one is a school teacher for many years, you remember the talented pupils and the ones who had a negative impact, and if one is honest the vast majority tend to become lost to one's memory. Lynn was a special pupil and a special man, and I will always remember him.

Vic Mathews