Presentation on theme: "Lynda K. Fitzpatrick Celebration of Life by John Fitzpatrick The following pictorial represents a labor love on the part of many people in our life. I."— Presentation transcript:
Lynda K. Fitzpatrick Celebration of Life by John Fitzpatrick The following pictorial represents a labor love on the part of many people in our life. I want to thank everyone for an amazing day of love and fellowship. Over 200 people attended the service and banquet dinner. The slideshow will progress automatically until the last page, then a click will close the presentation.
Lynda K. Fitzpatrick FROM HER HUSBAND... Lynda had an amazing life. She pursued excellence in everything she attempted. She battled cancer most of our married years in one form or another. Additionally, she developed degenerative joint disease and had both elbows, both shoulders, and her right wrist surgically rebuilt. She contracted Valley Fever shortly after moving here and almost died. Any other person may have been tempted to merely give up dealing with such illnesses, but not Lynda. Her indomitable spirit would simply not accept defeat. Over the years I grew to understand the gift she was bringing to my life. Like any other married couple, we had our times of discord and struggle, but through it all, a deep and everlasting love prevailed. Lynda touched so many lives in the kindest of manner. She offered money, time, and love to anyone in need without reservation. I came to see the mission of her heart as she continually offered her beautiful spirit. It was pure love, the kind of love that God wishes us all to experience during our brief stay in this world. Needless to say, for those that knew and loved Lynda, her passing has created a tremendous void. I know I will be with her again as she waits for me surrounded by loved ones that have gone before. I can only take solace in the rare and precious gift she left me, an opportunity to experience her love. For this I am truly grateful and know that I had the chance to love one of Gods angels here on earth. I miss her so...