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September 19, 2018
Mom will be missed by many. I wish I had the chance to have met her in earlier years. Sounds like she was a lot of fun and energy. I thank God for the time He gave me with her, and especially for her daughter Paula, my wife. I pray the grass is greener where she is at. I hope she's runnin with the horses, and that God has reunited her with all her past family, friends and pets. I love you Lynn, and promise to always take care of Paula. Respectfully, Kurt
September 17, 2018
Lynn and I were classmates in grades 1-6 at L. T. Stone School in Galesburg. Her grandparents, George and Mrs. Johansen, lived across the street from me in the 400 block of Olive Street. I remember when her grandmother Johansen died around 1945 or 1946. I remember the great care Mr. Johansen lavished on his yard, house and brick sidewalk. He even poured salt into the cracks between the bricks to keep weeds from growing between the bricks!

I invited Lynn to our annual Stone School "Class of 1951" annual summer reunions in Galesburg, but she never quite made one.

I was delighted to hear from Lynn's cousin, Kay Rickords, in early August. (We hadn't talked since the 1950s, when we played in an accordion band together on Monday nights!) Lynn wanted to talk with with Sandra Kay Adams Parker. She asked Kay to call me and get Sandy's phone number.

Daughters and grandchildren of Lynn: you have my sympathy. I am so sorry you lost your mother. I will pray for you and Lynn.

God bless!

Larry Martin
Marine on Saint Croix, Minnesota
September 17, 2018
Lynn you will forever be missed. I am so greatful to have had you in my life. Most days you were my angel you made my job a little easier and you always made me smile. You loved me and took my hand many times and told me i was going to be alright. You were a good friend and i always felt your motherly love. Thank you for everything. I love you and im sure gonna miss you. Rip my dear friend. I hope you are finally relaxed. Love Christine Schilowsky
September 15, 2018
Sorry for your loss. Knew Lynn for many years thru my Uncle Les.
September 14, 2018
With gratitude to God for Lynn's life & friendship, and with gratitude & sympathy to her daughters, Paula & Beth, who were the joy of her life.
September 14, 2018
WE ARE SO SORRY TO NOT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SAY GOOD BYE TO YOUR MOM (LYNN) AND OUR SPECIAL FRIEND. WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER AS A LOVING PERSON. SHE WAS TRULY A BLESSING. MAY GOD FEEL YOUR HEARTS WITH LOVE AND HAPPY MEMORIES.
September 14, 2018
Lynn was adventurous, made friends easily, loved life and raised two amazing daughters. A trip to Austrailia comes to mind. She loved horses and rodeo, again trips to NFR and one to Gunnison, CO to pick up a horse. She will be well remembered.

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