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Mr. Lyndon Evan Chubbuck

Jan 25, 1954 - Apr 13, 2021 (Age 67)

Los Angeles, California

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What a Gentleman. Lyndon allowed me the privilege of protecting his family in their homes, first in the valley, and then in their present home - for a long time. The two homes reflected his personality. The first was truly creative, and the next, a Stately Manner. In the early '90's, he came over to my cracker box office, totally
unpretentious, sitting in the folding chair, listening like an actor (wonder where that came from?) with
a calm wonder, and fully knowing that...

Ivana, I am so sorry to hear of Lyndon's passing. May his Soul Rest Peacefully. Praying that God comforts you and Claire and all of his loved ones through this difficult time. Sending you Love & hugs.

I'm truly sorry to hear about your loss, Ivana and Claire. I'll always remember and smile at Lyndon's overwhelming enthusiasm and brilliance with everything we talked about, whether it be art, steampunk, and of course film! The last time we talked he had butt-dialed me and talked and laughed for an hour! And I loved working on our film together, Ivana and I'm glad it took so long to finish because it gave us all more time together. I am so grateful and blessed for knowing Lyndon and my...

These few words I can write here will not adequately express my shock and sadness at hearing the news from my nephew Evan that Lyndon Chubbuck died. (Evan was pastor of Lyndon's mom's funeral in 2009.) I have several HOURS of recordings of interviews I did with Syble and John Chubbuck I never got around to digitally converting and sending to him and Gary. I need to CONTACT Ivana and/or Gary & June about this!

We are so very sorry Ivana and Claire for your loss. We will always remember Lyndon as a smart, lovely, talented man. Rest In Peace.

Mr Chubbuck, I will forever be grateful for all your kindness and for what you taught me. My fondest memory of you, is letting me sit in the driver's seat of your red beauty of a vehicle. You will be in my thoughts for many years to come.

Beyond his immense talent and intellect Lyndon was among the best people I have ever had the privilege of knowing. I miss my Brother.

stephannie, lyndon and me in front of the yacht at cannes. i miss my brother. terry

My dearest Lyndon, you were my champion. You taught me to step back, remember to laugh because, what can you do, it's perfect, go home, sleep. Thank you for always being there with an encouraging word. To my Ivana and Claire, I love and miss you. My girls.


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