Lynn Thomas Reese

Salt Lake City, Utah

Oct 26, 1928 – May 10, 2018 (Age 89)


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Lynn Thomas Reese1928 ~ 2018Lynn was born in a log cabin to Lotwick and Francis Reese in Bloomington, Idaho. He passed away after suffering from Lewy Body Dementia and Parkinson's disease. He served in the Army during the Korean War. Lynn married Carolyn Higham Riches on June 5, 1953 and later...

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Thanks Carolyn and Lynn for being my friends, we have had some good times over the years. Love, peace and the best to Carolyn during her loss.
Love, Peg
Blessings from Peg and Jim

Dad, thanks so much for teaching us valuable lessons and for always being there for us. You are a good example of how to treat people and how to get things done. Saying that we need to take care your self, then others. You was and always will be a doer you would roll up your shirt sleves and get working on any project that came your way, you would work on it to the end making sure it was finished. Always with a smile on your face. We will remember you as someone that enjoyed life and enjoyed...

Please accept my condolences during your time of great sadness. May you cherish fond memories to cope with the pain from day to day. Take note of the comforting words at 1Thessalonians 4:14, the beautiful hope of seeing your love one again.

What an amazing life and family, I am sure he will be much missed

We are so sorry for your loss! He was such a good man! We have such fun memories of him at Bear Lake. We love you Swensen Family. Our prayers, love and hugs are with you❤

Sorry for your loss. It is hard no matter how old we get when we lose our parents

This sweet guy was a second dad/grandpa to Rick and I. Lynn and Carolyn were the ones I wanted with my parents and I on my graduation trip to Hawaii (of which we laughed every minute), and it was a trip Ive never forgotten. Lynn taught me to water and snow ski, made me laugh nonstop at he and dads many funny and dumb moments, showed me how to work hard for what you want, love your family, and live life to the fullest! What a great example! We love you, Lynn!

My deepest condolence to the beloved family. May you find comfort, in this passage.