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Breinholt, Lynn M.
72, of Mesa, Arizona passed away on December 6th, 2015 of complications from Lewy Body Disease. Born in Salt Lake City on July 28th 1943 Lynn attended Provo High and as a graduate of BYU he was a devoted fan of BYU sports and when he couldn't attend in person, made sure he watched or listened to games. An avid outdoorsman, he loved to fish in the Provo River and spend time at the family cabin. He looked forward to his yearly hunting trips with friends (bringing home only a new beard). He was an ardent golfer, playing in (and placing in) a number of tournaments. Lynn had a quick wit and dry sense of humor; his mischievous grin and infectious laugh endearing him to those he met. He was the very definition of easy-going, and always the calm one in a busy and chaotic household. He worked for The C.I.T. Group until his retirement. In his later years he enjoyed tennis and traveling around the globe with his wife and family. He is survived by his darling wife of 50 years Clareen (Cookie) Breinholt and his five children: Kelli Mayer (Chris), Robert Breinholt (Hee-Won), David Breinholt (Regina), Brooke Dilday (Shaun) and Michael Breinholt. He is the proud grandfather of Jason Breinholt, Kamanu Breinholt, Landon Dilday, Bryahny Breinholt and Kaimana Breinholt. Preceded in death by his loving parents A.K. and Jean Breinholt, and survived by his sisters Anne Larson (Larry) and Mary Andrus (Wayne) and brother Mark Breinholt (Shelli). Lynn also was proud to serve as a father to Long, Song, Holly and Rick Lam and many foreign exchange students. Viewing will be held at the LDS Chapel at 925 N. Harris Avenue, Friday December 11th from 6-8pm. Funeral on Saturday December 12th at 11am (viewing one hour prior) at the LDS Chapel. Interment at the Mountain View Cemetery in Mesa. Services handled by Wyman Cremation and Burial Chapel in Mesa. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the Lewy Body Dementia Association http://www.lbda.org/

Published in The Arizona Republic on Dec. 11, 2015
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