|H.S. sophomore year|
Lynette lived life to its fullest growing up. She enjoyed being outdoors, was into sports, especially volleyball, and loved music. Notwithstanding her popularity in school, I don't remember anyone in my life who more courageously stood up for those who were underprivileged or were being discriminated against. Her life was cut short, when, as a junior at Brigham Young University at age 19, it was discovered that she had a malignant brain tumor. She lived only two weeks beyond the discovery. In her memory, I have posted eight photos of her. I think it is fitting that she was born in the month of December ('49) and died in the month of June ('69), as did the Prophet Joseph Smith.
|H.S. senior year|
Lynette was buried in the Springville/Mapleton Evergreen Cemetery in Utah, near her father and mother.