Condolence: Shirley, Dustin, Martha and family - our hearts are sad that Lynn has left this earth, but we know that he is dancing across Heaven right now. We can only imagine the greeting he received from our Lord and Saviour when he arrived. Lynn was an example we all should follow...love and serve the Lord, serve your church, serve your community, and always keep smiling. He had the most positive attitude! I was fortunate to work along side of him with our search team. We will miss him!
Condolence: Sorry to hear of Lynn's passing. His mother is one of my best friends, and I know she is heartbroken. But Lynn lived a good life and was a great son, husband, father and advocate for his community. His work at the Clinchfield Railroad Museum will be loved by many in the future. His good works and life will live on.
Condolence: Lynn loved the Lord and was a wonderful example of what it meant to have a servants’ heart. He and his family opened their hearts and home to a youth group in need of direction and I’m honored to have known him for the time I had. Love and mercy to you and your family.
Condolence: Shirley I remembered the first time you all came to First Baptist. Both of you were the most welcoming people. We connected instantly. I pray for you and Dustin. I love you both. I’m here if you need me!
Condolence: I know from experience that you are never ready to give up a loved one, but I praise the Lord that Lynn was ready to meet his Saviour face to face. Dustin, I will be there for you. Don’t hesitate to ask for anything your work family can do for you.