“I was so sorry to learn of Lynn's passing. He was a great person and a great friend. He will be missed.
“Dear Swain family,
I was so sorry to read of Lynn's passing. May the knowledge that there is no more suffering for Lynn give you peace.
“I am very saddened to learn of Lynn's passing. I recall our younger years at Thrasher Church Sunday School. Lynn was a great guy and I know he will be missed.
“I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you and yours during this difficult time. May you find peace.
“Dear Elma, Don and family,
I am deeply saddened to learn of Lynn's passing. I remember Lynn fondly from the time he was born and I was taking piano lessons at your house. Please know that you are in my prayers and thoughts.
“So sorry for your loss. Lynn was such a great guy, and I will always remember the wonderful times we had together at Thrasher as he was a member of the choir. His caring acts of kindness for all will never be forgotten.
“May God Bless this family and give his comfort and peace
“Thinking and praying for the family at this difficult time. Had missed seeing Lynn at the Railyard Hobby Shop since his illness. Bill Lovern
“I have your family in my thoughts and prayers. May you feel God's loving arms around you during this difficult time. I have very fond memories of Lynn when he sang with us in the youth choir at Vinton Baptist. His sweet spirt and smile will be missed but always remembered.
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Lynn Dallas Swain, of Vinton, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, February 27, 2013, at the age of 59. He had been at home with hospice care provided by Amedisys. A life-long resident of Vinton, Va., he was born to E.M. "Monty" Swain (deceased) and Elma Moody Swain, on July 9, 1953....Read More