Photo courtesy of Whitten Timberlake Chapel

Frederick W. Lindsay

Lynchburg, Virginia

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Just read about this So very sorry for the family..He was a great guy and an amazing musican..I guess the lord needs a few smiles and a Banjo player

We will miss Fred,he was a super nice guy.He always had a smile on his face.
The family will be in our prayers.
Bobby Brammer and the guys at Forest Hill Service Center

On behalf of the Country Kitchen
We express our deepest sympathy to the family of Fred.
He was a wonderful person with more personality than anyone .
We enjoyed seeing him walk through the door , knowing that he would leave us with a laugh.
We will miss him &'his laughter .


My prayers go out to the family. I was a classmate of Fred at Brookville. The Lord will watch over him more closely now.

Just now found out about your loss. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.May your memories bring you comfort and your faith give you peace in the difficult days ahead.

Tony and I just heard the bad news. Your family is in our prayers, so sorry. Fred was very talented will be missed. Love you Lisa

Lisa you will always be in my prayers you are my sister now and always Fred was a great brother and I will miss him but know he is with Dad in heaven and we will all be together again...much love Kathy and Eddie Unroe

Lisa, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Please look to the Lord for your strength and comfort in your time of breavement. I rejoice in knowing that God allowed me to know and spend time with Fred at our church Valentine's Day Dinner. God Bless You.

Lisa, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Fred brought much laughter and love to all of us who where blessed to know him. He was gifted in music and in showing the love of God to everyone. His smile let people know that no matter what come your way count it all joy and God will get you through it. My girls and I were and will always be blessed in having known Fred and look forward to that great smile when we meet again in heaven. We love you Lisa.


Frederick's Obituaries

Frederick W. Lindsay, 57, of Lynchburg, was called home to be with God, Friday, November 30, 2012, at Virginia Baptist Hospital. He was the husband of Lisa Lindsay. Born in Lynchburg, VA, he was the son of Maryland Lindsay of Lynchburg and the late Emmett Lindsay.In addition to his wife and...

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