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Tom B. Linn

KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina

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He was just the kindest and most wonderful person. An honor to have known and worked with him at Aycock. God Bless the family and take hope in God's promises of eternal life. Love, Lu

Mr. Linn was my chemistry and physics teacher at A.L. Brown H.S. in 1964 & 1965. He was a soft-spoken man who inspired us in class, tolerated our naughtiness and supported us when JFK died. God bless Mr. Linn and be with his family during this time of mourning.

Mr. Linn, my chemistry & physics teacher was a soft-spoken man who taught us well, was tolerant of our naughtiness and was there for us when JFK was assassinated. God be with you and your family during this time of mourning.

Sorry for your loss. We will be praying for your family.

Sorry for your Loss. He was such a great and caring man, Prayers for the Family.

Mr Linn's light will forever shine brightly for all that knew him. He cared for others the way that everyone should care for each other. He always set a good example. RIP Mr Linn

Mr Linn was over us when I drove a bus back in 1970-1972. He was a very fair man and although we were all young, he treated us with respect and dignity.The world lost a great individual, but we are all much better for getting to know him, and to share a small part of our lives with him!

I am so sorry for your loss. Tom was a good friend for a few years, i enjoyed playing golf with him and friends.

I haven't herd his name in about 25 to 30 years and I hate how I've herd it now I'm so sorry for your lose. He was my principal at Aycock from 1st to 6th grade he was an awesome principle . I never forgot him.

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Tom B. LinnCONCORD - Tom B. Linn, 82, of Concord died on Friday, July 26, 2013 at Carolinas Medical Center NorthEast.He was born Aug. 30, 1930 in Cabarrus County and served in the United States Navy during the Korean Conflict.He taught at A.L. Brown High School for 10 years, served eight years at...

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