May the family have peace and trust in the God of all comfort (2 Cor. 1:3)
I am so sorry for your loss, Lynn was a wonderful friend and we will miss her dearly....prayers and thoughts to all and we will all meet this wonderful being again......Bill Tanner, Washington DC
I am sorry for your loss. Please find peace and comfort in knowing God cares for you and will help you in your time of need. At 1 Pet. 5:7, He invites you to "throw all your anxiety upon Him." Continue to rely on Him for strength during this difficult time.
Lynn- I would like to introduce you to my parents and all my relations. I will pray for your family. I know you are at peace now and no longer in fear or in pain. Until we meet again know that you will always have a piece of my heart. Love you much girl- Danny
My since condolences to you Linda and family. As its been years since I have seen Lynn it was so great to reconnect with her a couple years ago. She had a incredible passion for life and She truly lived her dream. I will always cherish those years in middle school where we played golf and hit our first golf balls together. Lots of fun and conversation. So so proud of her and her spirit. Hugs to you ! Barbara Galutia Regis
You're free from any pain now. You will continue as an angel. Thank you for the many laughs! RIP my dear friend.
"Even though I walk in the valley of deep shadow, I fear nothing bad,
For you are with me; Your rod and your staff are the things that comfort me." Psalms 23:4
May the God of all comfort be with you .
LYNN LIVE A LIFE OF FUN .I HAVE COME TO KNOW THAT THERE IS NOTHING BETTER FOR THEM THAN TO REJOICE AND TO DO .GOOD DURING ONE LIFE .ECCESIASTES 3:12
Sorry for the loss. To the family and dear friends, "... he will also make a way out in order for you to endure it." - 1 Corinthians 10:13
My deepest sympathies for the loss of your dear sister, Lynn. Her journalism was brillant and brought a great viewpoint to sports. May the God of comfort help you through this difficult time.
Sorry for your loss, just keep in mind the message at Psalms 37:10,11 the meek ones will one day posses the earth. Im truly sorry for your loved ones death. - Artrell - Concord, NC
May Jehovah be with you during this time of deep sorrow.
May you rest in eternal peace and happiness.
I worked with Lynn for many years at the Tribune. She was a kind and generous co-worker. She always had a cheery greeting for me and others at the Trib. We will miss her dearly. May she rest in God's hands. Peace be with your family.
My condolences to the DeBruin family on the passing of Lynn. May the comfort only God can bring brings you strength and peace of mind. Death is such an unwelcome guest. Isaiah 40:29 Says, "He is giving to the tired one power and the one without dynamic energy he makes full might abound." He is a helper for us in time of need.
DBurgess: New Jersey
Sincere and heart-felt condolences from me to your family in this most difficult time.
I didn't know Lynn well, but covered University of Utah athletics alongside her since her arrival in Utah.
As a talented, accomplished and established female sports writer, Lynn was someone whom I admired, and tried to emulate. I watched, studied and learned from her as I embarked on my fledgling career. Lynn informally became something of a mentor, and encouraged me to continue my career in sports journalism.
Over time, we began to know each better and formed an all-too-short friendship.
As Lynn confided her private struggle with cancer, my respect and awe for her grew exponentially.
I was shocked to hear that she had so gracefully battled her terrible disease for so long. All the while, no one was the wiser, and Lynn continued to be the consummate professional that she always was.
Aside from her tremendous writing talent, I will remember Lynn as a kind-hearted, passionate and vibrant spirit who loved a good laugh with a close friend over a drink.
I'll remember her words of encouragement (without which I would be in a different career now) and her willingness to listen. More than all of that, I'll always remember, and draw upon the inspiration I got from watching the quiet courage and calm, but steely resolve to not only fight her disease, but to live a positive and high-quality life simultaneously.
Her attitude toward her battle is something I shall never forget, and hope to apply to my own life struggles.
I could only aspire to do so with the courage, strength and grace that Lynn displayed.
I'm sad to say that it was one more priceless lesson I took from knowing her, and gave so little in return.
I'll be forever touched by my short association with her, and a little piece of Lynn will be present in every story I will ever write as her gentle, and constructive criticism accelerated my learning curve.
Other than to face life and its requisite adversity head on, but with a smile on my face and a laugh on my lips, my continued work in her chosen field is the best way I know to honor, and remember her.
Rest in Peace, Lynn. Peace be with your family and friends in your absence.
My deepest condolences to the family and friends. May the God of all comfort be with you all (Isaiah 61:1,2)
I am very sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the words of God that promises to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. I know her family will miss her, but you will see her again one day and it will be forever.
please accept my sympathy for your loss.May these words found at Isaiah25:8 bring comfort for the whole family, it says that God will swallow up death for ever.I hope these promises from God will bring the family a hope for the future and a calm heart now knowing that God really care for us Tina-Los Angeles
Please accept my sympathy for your loss. May all be comforted by the wonderful promise : "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more. Neither mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away."
My sincere condolences to Debruin 's family. We know that we can find comfort as keeping memory about her and another way, Psalms55:22
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2.
To the DeBruin Family,
We will miss Lynn's presence and her many contributions to her community. It is comforting to know that she is not suffering any longer and we look forward to seeing her in paradise when all residents will have perfect health for all eternity.-- Luke23:43; Isaish33:24; Revelation21:3-4
With sympathy PM Danville, Va.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
May you find comfort from our Heavenly Father
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
I sincerely offer my condolence. Lynn's death has no doubt cast a shadow over you as you go about your daily life because death brings us face-to-face with the fact that she is gone too soon. Her presence will be dearly missed. So despite the pain of grief, let it be your resolve to work your way through pain and grief. The rich life that she led has left many memories. Jesus said: "Do not let your heart be troubled." Remember: God can help you to endure any and every problem they may face. He will give you the "power beyond what is normal" to go from one day to the next. (2Corinthians 4:7)
I'm so sorry fo your loss. May God provide you the comfort you need at this very difficult time.
May the God of all comfort and peace be with Lynn family in the days ahead.Isaiah33:24.
To the family of Lynn Debrun, I leave ?YOU? peace, I give ?YOU? my peace. I do not give it to ?YOU? the way that the world gives it. Do not let ?YOUR? hearts be troubled nor let them shrink for fear. (Joh 14:27)
My sincere condolences on your great loss. May you find peace and comfort during this sad time…Psalms 25:16,17
Sincere condolences to the Debruin family. God cares and will comfort you. 1 Pe. 5:7
To Lynn's family and friends, I was a sportswriter whose path crossed Lynn's several times at golf courses over the years. We talked many times about cancer and the fight against it and she showed when my wife lost her battle at age 50. Quite a lady Lynn was. May she now rest in peace even though we'll miss her. Mike Dudurich (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
May family and friends of Lynn Debruin find comfort in Gods inspired word the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16). With condolences to family and friends.
With Deepest Sympathy at this sad time. A special life has passed from sight... Embrace her memories and may you find peace and love in God's Words at John 5:21 God is Love in His memory LYNN is not forgotten 1John 4:8
Debruin family. May the God of all comfort sustain during this very difficult time. I hope you also find comfort in knowing others care about you and your family
May you now rest in eternal peace Lynn. Peace and blessings to your family and friends,too.
From a fellow outdoor lover,hiker, climber,camper. From Pennsylvania, Arizona and Las Vegas.
in God's care rest in peace
Rest in Peace and Prayers to the family and friends...
May your fond memories forever last. Know that Almighty God cares for the bereaved and sooth hearts with his promise for those who sleep. Psalms 68:20
Heartfeld sympathy to her family and friends. Godspeed.
God Bless You Sweet Soul.
May loving memories of Lynn DeBruin be a solace to the family. We can only offer words of comfort and encouragement. Only God, through time and your faith, can bring the healing.
so sad so young great lady rest in peace
I knew Lynn from several golf writer trips. She was a wonderful and vivacious woman. I loved her and am heartbroken to here of her passing.
May God's word bring you comfort and strength at Isaiah 9-10,13.
God bless you and your loved ones ~ Rest in peace.
Lynn is resting comfortably in the arms of our dear lord now free from pain and suffering. my prayers are with her family at this time of sadness. She will be covering bigger stories in heaven now. Rest in Peace.
Sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the Hearer of prayer at this time. Psalm 65:2
Be comforted in knowing that God is with you during this difficult time and
that there are friends that also share your sorrow with you. I find Psalm
121 to be very comforting during these times.
To the DeBruin Family,
As long as you remember me
My memory will live on.
Our thoughts will be there with you
And at every breaking dawn good thoughts of us will fill your mind of us as time lessons your pain.
You will here finally be able to hear the birds sing in spring and remember me each day with a smile.
Have comfort in knowing That I'm at peace now.
As long as you remember me,
The love you have will fill your heart, and it will ease the sorrow
For we will only be apart for a while.
So have good thoughts of me,
See and enjoy the wonder of each day, the joy of sunlit on your face and the afternoons sunsets.
The grand design displays everything that God has given us to enjoy.
As long as you remember me,
The memories of us will always be their
God can help give you that tranquility
As nighttime stars appear just ask him
to give you hope for brighter days
and strengthen you to see remember he can only put on you what you can bear, and he will never leave you and with Gods help he will be an added comforted just remember to have FAITH it will subtain you Ps.147;3