Lynn Hurst Kellam
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Lynn Hurst Kellam of Williamsburg, VA died on January 10, 2021, from a short battle with colon cancer. Lynn was born on June 21, 1946, in Florence, SC, the daughter of Daniel Frederick and Jacqueline McCoy Hurst. She is a graduate of Winthrop University and Old Dominion University. She retired as a teacher from York County Public Schools. Lynn is survived by her husband of 52 years, William Garland Kellam, her daughters: Ellynn (Tor) Adoue and Karen (John) Wright; grandchildren Justin (Stephanie) Adoue, Asia (Justin) Garrett, Dakota Adoue (Spencer Westbrook), Isabelle Adoue, William Adoue, Margaret Wright, Katharine Wright; great-grandchildren Maia Edaburn, Tristan and Juliet Adoue. Lynn is also survived by her beloved sister Shelley (John) Monti, her dear sister-in-law Mary Jo Kellam, brother-in-law Douglas (Claire) Kellam, and an abundance of loving nieces, nephews, and cousins. Also, she is survived by her dear friend, Martha Bradshaw. Lynn was an active member of Yorkminster Presbyterian Church in Yorktown, VA. She served as an Elder, Evangelism team leader, circle leader, and treasurer of the Presbyterian Women for many years. Lynn is a member of the Williamsburg chapter of the DAR, the Daughters of American Colonists VADAC, and the Capt. Elisha Bethea Chapter, 1812. She loved her friends, book club, playing bridge, and Mahjong. Complete obituary and online condolences may be made by visiting www.bucktroutfuneralhome.net.

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Published in Virginia Gazette on Jan. 16, 2021.
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January 24, 2021
Sweetest lady, teacher and customer I had. She always shocked me with a new blue nail polish she wanted to try. Always reminding me that I look just like my father when I was a child. Always a joy to see and talk with while doing her nails. It was an honor to know her for so long and I will truly miss her. Sending prayers and love to the family.
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January 19, 2021
My sincere condolences to the whole family .
Charlotte Hubbard Jones
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