In Memory

Pat Lynn

Pat Lynn

In Memory...November 2016

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11/29/16 12:12 PM #5    

James L. Taylor

Pat was my first love. We "went together" twice, freshman year and the last months of junior year through fall of senior year. We stayed in touch off and on through the years and especially in recent years. She was so smart and funny and passionate about living life well. I will miss her terribly.

11/29/16 09:39 PM #6    

Jeannie Wheelbarger (Sheets)

So very sorry to hear of Pats passing. I didn't know her well but I followed her on facebook. Her family is in my prayers.

11/30/16 08:13 AM #7    

Patricia S. Lutz (Robison)

I am so very sorry and shocked to learn of Pat's passing.  She was always so very friendly and compassionate.  My prayers go out to her family for God's comfort and strength.

11/30/16 02:28 PM #8    

Tracey V. Moulton

Can't stop thinking about Pat who I knew in junior high.  I once helped her mow the family's grass and severed the electrical cord that powered their lawn mower.  Very embarrassed.

I remember her ballet performance at LSH when we were older.

That smile, always there and obvious love for her family in all her pictures.

There's a new dancing angel in Heaven now.  Thoughts and prayers for her family now.



11/30/16 06:02 PM #9    

Michael G. Carpenter

Martha and I sat and chatted with Pat @55th in young, vibrant, healthy and on her way to Istanbul! She was a wonderful lady who always had a smile on her face. Needless to say, we're all shocked. May God bless her.

12/01/16 07:41 AM #10    

C. Elaine Johns (Sampley)

I remember the fun days at Roosevelt and the great memories we had together.   It was a wonderful time to grow up.       She was fun loving and kind......I remember at the 50th reunion when we chatted about her children.  Tom and I had been missionaries for 14 years and at that time her children were going into foreign missions.  She was concerned about them. We were able to talk and share about the positive experiences and future ahead for her beautiful children in missions.....she was a genuinely nice person and her family will miss her love. ...she is apart of my positive memories of childhood ......I will be praying for the family..❤️❤️❤️❤️

12/02/16 08:23 AM #11    

Diane Gardner (Quinn)

From a youthful 'twinkle toes' ballerina to a mature watercolorist Pat enjoyed a 'joie de vivre' throughout her life. Her last act before leaving this world was to bake cookies with her granddaughters!! She will live on in our hearts and memories.

12/02/16 01:27 PM #12    

Ray Shaner

12/02/16 10:55 PM #13    

Vicki Bietry (Miller)

OMG!  I can't believe this is for real!  Pat visited Nick and me in the spring of 2016 in Palm Desert, CA.  What a great day we spent together reminiscing and planning for future visits to Arizona and beyond and talking about our 55th reunion in Lima in August.  And what a great reunion of friends and classmates!  Pat was in her element:  visiting with everyone, just being the classy classmate that she had been since first grade at Rosevelt when we were in grade school!!!!  Pat and 5 others had planned a "Lima Girls" trip to Arizona in April of 2017. It is hard to think of the trip without her!

RIP Beautiful Ballerina; Lover of Life, Family and Friends; Intelligent; Beautiful Forever Friend!  YOU WILL BE FOREVER MISSED!!!!!

Vicki Miller (Bietry)

12/03/16 07:40 AM #14    

Linda Eidson (Sandvoss Spargur)

I was so shocked and sad to learn of Pat's death.  Pat had stayed several days with me beyond a get together of some of our classmates on St Pete Beach.  During that time it was apparent how very important Pat's family and friends were in her life.  I admired Pat's free spirit, passion for causes, openness to new adventures as well as her loyalty to friends.  It was refreshing to see how she faced challenges that came along throughout her life with such a positive approach and attifude.  Pat truly was a breath of fresh air.  

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