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August 17, 2018

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December 7, 2017
Dear Bethany
Heather, Melissa and Tom,
We were so saddened to hear of Tom's passing (what a nice man). Dave mentioned what a fun time he had announcing the youth basketball tournament with Tom. The world has lost a great guy.
Our prayers and sympathy
December 6, 2017
So sorry for your loss! God Bless all of you! Amy (Bellin) Blom
December 5, 2017
I was thirteen. It was snowing lightly and "Mr. Bojangles", a new song by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band was playing on the radio. I was on my way to attend the wake of Dr. Thomas E. Lynn, the father of one of my very best seventh grade buds. It was also the day my friend, Lynsey, became the patriarch of the Lynn household.
I will always remember Lynseys dad coming home from the hospital where he worked and shooting hoops with us in the driveway while still wearing his three piece suit. It was dark blue. And the way his dad jumped in the family station wagon to pick up a giant bag of McDonalds burgers to fill our bellies while we played baseball in their yard on Saturday mornings.
It was a yard where the grass between the bases was worn bare from teenage feet, and a ball launched over the trees and into the street marked a home run. And it was a yard where the summer never ends.
Tom E. Lynn Jr died last week, and so did a sliver of my childhood. But the memories of those baseball games will remain with me forever. And in those recollections, Lynnsey will always be thirteen, and the summer will never end.
December 4, 2017
Beth et al,
so sad to hear this news. Condolences from all of us who first met you and "Lindsey" at Dowling Hall at UST. I can only hope the wonderful memories of times together ease the pain of your loss. We have you in our prayers.