Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Lynnell Henderson, BHS '74, Passed Away August 2015
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It is with a heavy heart that I share Hailey's message about her Mom, Lynnell Henderson.
Having grown up across the street from the Henderson's, I find myself overcome with nothing but great memories of Lynnell and her family.
Having gone to Providencia, Luther, and Burbank High, Lynnell epitomizes what being a Burbanker is all about.
Rest in peace, dear Lynnell, and God's speed to the Henderson family.
A FEW FACEBOOK COMMENTS
Connie Wilmore Schweitzer
I grew up with Lynnell. This makes me sad...
So very sad. Another reminder to live every moment of this gift called life.
Dawn Arnone Jeffrion
I am deeply sorry. Such a loss. My love and heart felt prayers to her family. Wow. Love you guys..
Cindy Barcus Aylward
Lynnell was an amazing ray of sunshine who always brightened our days even during some of her most difficult times. My thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones, including her FB "family".
Oh my gosh. So young. We were flagtwirlers at BHS together. Very very sorry.
I am so sorry for your loss. My Memories of Lynnell are all very happy ones. I join you in celebrating her Life.
Judith L. Smith Wiggins
So sorry. May she RIP.
Very sad to read this. My prayers for her family.
Donna Gartrell Jones
Very sad news. RIP Lynnell.
Nadine Aguirre Lujan
Lots of childhood memories.
Very sorry to hear. Condolences to her family and friends.
awww so sad for the loss she sounds like she was an awesome lady
So very sad I remember her BHS she went to school
With my daughters RIP sweet lady
I am so sorry. RiP. God Bless her.
I am sorry for your loss.........Take Care.....
Kamana'o Dennis Galloway
So sorry to hear of her passing
Sharie Dunn Telles
Sad news, sorry to hear of this!
So sad to hear of her passing! God gained a new angel 😇 RIP Lynnell
Teena Scarone Howard
Condolences to you and the family
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