- 71 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 9, 1943
- Place of birth:
Dallas, Texas, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 29, 2015
- Place of passing:
Cerritos, California, United States
|Let the memory of Lynn be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lynn Darwin Green, 71, born on July 9, 1943 and passed away on January 29, 2015. Please add your memories and stories so we may keep his memory alive!
"I received the reminder of his annual passing. I think of Lynn every day and will always miss his smile and hugs."
"With Heartfelt Thoughts, Prayers, & Condolences to "The Light of My Life" Cathy & Cherished, Sweet Memories of Little Baby Dog "Lucky" & Lucky Ones', Magnificent Dad ( Lynn's "Heart of Gold" was Truly Contagious! ) ~ ( Playing "Python" &"Pickle Ball", with Lucky! ) ... Lynn, we all just Love You & we all Dearly Miss You, so much! ... Godspeed, Earth Angel ... From, The Staff & Your Hundreds of Beloved Sports Fans & Beloved Friends @ Liberty Park, Cerritos CA"
"We have lived for over forty years with Lynn and Cathy as neighbors in Cerritos. Our neighborhood was one many people dreamed of having. Block parties, getting together on Saturday nights, sharing Christmas, etc. We traveled together on a trip to Solvang and celebrated Thanksgiving dinners together.
Lynn always had a positive attitude, as well as an inquisitive and open mind. He loved to discuss and debate. Cathy and Lynn were something to watch when they danced together. The word envy comes to mind.
We could all use Lynn as an example of never giving up and fighting to overcome what life dealt him. Cathy. as well, in caring and shouldering what is not always fairly given to us in life. Lynn always walked the neighborhood with the dogs and finally just with Lucky. He would always stop and talk. We will miss him.
Mike and Dianna Rice"
"Lynn Green was an older cousin of mine and I always remember looking up to him. He had an infectious smile and a fun-loving, warm heart. When he spoke you just wanted to hear what he had to say. Cousins are some of your very first friends and playmates. I have many wonderful cousins that I am grateful for and Lynn was one of them."
"When I think of Lynn, I always remember the photo of him with his cowboy hat and boots on, his double holster with pistols ready to draw. I never had the opportunity to play cowboys with him, but sure he was the good guy. He lived a good guy and left this world a better place.
Will remember you always with a smile, dear Lynn."
"Lynn was a good Brother-In-Law. He always greeted all of us with a smile and a big hug. Lynn really seemed happy to see us. I will miss that. I'm so thankful that we were able to spend Christmas with Lynn and Cathy. More memories to add to our many years with Lynn. I'm glad I got to tell him I loved him one more time. My family and I will miss him."
"I don't believe a youngster could have had a better big brother, except when he was pranking, of course. He had a longing to learn and enjoyed challenges. He was one who did not see obstacles, but opportunities. I miss him and get "blue" yet grateful to have had him in my life. This past Christmas with him was one last blessing from God which will be with me always. Barbara Jo Green Coker, sister."
"Lynn was a dear friend who will be missed. He always had a smile on his face, an inquisitive mind, a love of family & friends, and a sense of fun and adventure. He was dealt a tough hand life, but true to his spirit & namesake, he played the hand for all he could and always looked for the discovery and learning. R.I.P. Lynn.
"Lynn was a good friend and boss he had a great sense of humor
And an open mind to life he will be missed"
"Lynn was the love of my life and he will be missed. We shared a love of dancing and card games.. He suffored much with his health but always kept such a positive attitude. I will always miss you with all my heart."
"I always enjoyed visiting with my Uncle Lynn. Born Lynn Darwin Green, he possessed the sweetness of the Greens and the mischievousness of the Pierces. I remember him as the idea man who appreciated logic, strategy and debate. He also enjoyed jumping out from around the corner to scare the you-know-what out of you! Uncle Lynn rarely missed an opportunity to say "I love you." I love you, too, Uncle Lynn."
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