Condolences for Lynn Hurst Kellam

Stacy Fields Hall posted on 2/2/21

Oh my dear Mrs. Kellam, it was my privilege to be your student as Yorktown Elementary for 3rd grade and the first 3/4 combined grade. Later in life, I worked for the School District and got to show you how honored I was to have learned from you. I remember you copying pages of workbooks for me to do during the school months. You fed my thirst for knowledge and it continues to this day. I loved knowing that you saw my little sisters grow up and become adults...even becoming a client for Sommer at the nail salon. While we grieve your passing, we are glad that you are not in pain anymore. I look forward to seeing you again in Paradise. (John 5:28,29) Rest In Peace Mrs. Kellam!

 

Kathy Linthwaite posted on 1/21/21

Words cannot express my feelings at your loss of Lynn. She was a bright, shining being who shared her zest for life. She made my last years of teaching so much better better by her presence on our fifth grade team. I will cherish memories of our travels especially the trips to The Masters as well as our wine trip through Oregon. She is missed by many!

 

Deb Buckley posted on 1/21/21

Dear Bill and family, Lynn and I taught fifth grade at Dare and she was my daughter’s teacher. I was so grateful to her for taking my girl under her wing as we had relocated to Virginia and missed so many friends. I admired Lynn as a teacher as she instilled her love of reading in the children. Lynn loved shoes, and had quite a collection. Lynn’s love for her family was so apparent as she spoke of you all with adoration and a twinkle in her eye. My sincere condolences on the loss of your wife, mother, and grandmother.

 

Deb Buckley posted on 1/21/21

Dear Bill and family, I taught fifth grade with Lynn at Dare, and she also taught my daughter. Lynn took my daughter under her wing as we had relocated to Virginia and had to make all new friends. I admired Lynn as a teacher and her ability to stand up for her beliefs. My heart is saddened for your loss. She talked about her family with great love. Lynn was a woman of great faith, so I know she is with her savior in heaven. I wish you peace in your hearts.

 

Susan & Tom Bolk posted on 1/20/21

Bill, we were deeply saddened by Lynn's passing. She was a very kind and caring woman and I was very grateful when she took my wife Susan under her wing during the Woods party gathering. Our prayers are with you and your whole family as you go through this tough time. May God be with you.

 

Tom and Annie Grubbs posted on 1/20/21

Bill - We will miss Lynn greatly and are sorry we weren't able to spend time with you both when we moved down here. Our thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Sandy and David Helsel posted on 1/19/21

David and I are so sorry for your loss, Bill. Lynn was a bright, curious person who always had something interesting going on. I loved talking with her. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.

 

Carol Weaver posted on 1/19/21

Bill, I am so sorry to learn of Lynn’s passing. I will pray for you and your family. It’s a journey like no other.

 

RoseMarie Butz posted on 1/18/21

Dear Bill, my sincerest condolences for your loss. I knew Lynn through bridge and her leadership role with Antiques Adventures. She will be missed. My prayers are given for you and your family.

 

Margie & Harold Gill posted on 1/18/21

Bill, Ellynn & Karen, Harold and I are so sadden about Lynn's death on Jan. 10th. She was a wonderful friend & neighbor over many years. May God bless you all as you go forward without her.

 

Sharon Sams posted on 1/18/21

Teaching with Lynn was a privilege like none other in my life. I learned so much from her about children in general and how to best “get things across” to them. I just cannot believe she is gone, and I know that one day I will be with her again!

 

Collin Scott posted on 1/18/21

Bill, so saddened to hear of your recent loss. Lynn was a gentle soul and thoughtful person who made everyone she met feel at ease. Prayers for your and your family's comfort during this time.

 

Pat Naugle Andrews posted on 1/17/21

Bill and family, I was so sorry to hear of Lynn's illness and now her death. I worked with Lynn for a great many years at Yorktown Elementary and she was always so kind to me, often giving me a good reason to laugh. She was a bright star there and she will be greatly missed by all of us. Treasure all the wonderful memories you have and remember that she loved you all very much.

 

Debby Herrin posted on 1/17/21

We are so sorry for your loss. I was fortunate to be her home room mom when my son was in her 5th grade class at Yorktown Elementary and was a wonderful influence on her class.

 

Marlene Riccio posted on 1/17/21

Dear Bill and family, I was so sorry to hear Lynn passed. I looked up to Lynn when we worked at Dare together. She was a wonderful teacher and taught me so much. I truly enjoyed keeping in touch with her during our summer lunches.

 

Susan Miller posted on 1/17/21

Dear Bill, Ellynn, and Karen, I was so saddened to hear of the loss of Lynn. We shared many laughs and teacher ideas over the years. She was a very special human being, and we will all miss her. Thinking of you all, and sending prayers to you. Susan Miller

 

Larry and Mary Ann Gaskins posted on 1/16/21

Mary Ann and I extend out heartfelt condolences for the passing of Lynn. She was a lovely person who will be missed by all who knew her. God bless you and your family.

 

Tom and Trudie Pitkin posted on 1/16/21

Bill and family....Tommy and I are so very saddened to hear of Lynn's passing...We were not aware that she had been facing some health issues. We fully realize this is a very difficult time for all of you. Please know that each and every one of you are in our ever present thoughts..

 

Susan Rein posted on 1/15/21

Bill, I am sorry to hear about Lynn. She was a kind person and will be greatly missed. My prayers for you and your family.

 

Billy & Karen Binion posted on 1/14/21

Mr. Kellam.... Karen and I are sadden by the passing of Lynn. She was always a bright light wherever she went and never afraid to jump in and help. We will miss her. Karen & BillyB

 

Paul Rein posted on 1/14/21

Bill, no words to express your loss of 52 years. She was a really nice woman, and you 2 were a great pair. Thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Go on living and make her proud of you as she looks down. She wants you to shoot 71, the next time on the golf course

 

Robin D Carson posted on 1/14/21

Dear Bill, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that I am thinking of you and praying that your beautiful memories will soon bring you peace.