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In Memory

Lynn Townsley

Lynn Townsley

Lynn died of a massive stroke caused by an inoperable undetected brain tumor. She was found on the floor of her home by her Mother. Lynn never married and had no children.  She was a very successful Braniff flight attendant and worked her way up the Braniff ladder to the corporate office for many years .

Upon the close of Braniff, Lynn made a wonderful move to Mary Kay and spent years as their primary film maker dealing with sales and promotions.  She was survived by her mother, Peggy , who has since passed away and brother Dan, a musician and his family.

"Lynn will be remembered as a very smart and very talented woman".

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07/12/16 07:57 AM #1    

Larry Aylor

Sad to hear about Lynn passing. She was a beautiful person in many ways.  

07/13/16 12:03 PM #2    

Rita Feldman (King)

I started to cry when I heard about Lynn . I  had not seen her for years actually maybe once since high school but she was such a fabulous person and her resume is so impressive .  It is so sad to hear how many of our fellow students have passed away. When I was a teenager I was in love with Johnny Mallums  hoping one day I would see him again especially at our reunion and was  very  disappointed to see  that he Had  passed  aaway .  Does anyone have any feedback about Johnny where he lived and why he died  ? 

07/13/16 08:42 PM #3    

Paula Smith (Kyzar)

I was so saddened to hear of Lynn's passing.  Betty (Hull) Priest and I were talking the other day and she told me about Lynn.  I remember Lynn fondly and she was a kind and beautiful person inside and out.  It sounds as if she had a wonderful life and was very accomplished during her time here.  Rest in peace sweet lady. 

07/14/16 06:15 PM #4    

Dane Johnson

I remember Lynn so well. She was truly so sweet and so kind. She always reminded me of a movie star. A star she will certainly be.


07/15/16 11:55 AM #5    

Tim York

In the 80's here in Dallas, I became friends with Lynn's mom, Peggy, at Theatre Three where she was patron & vital arts supporter and I was a sometime actor. Over time we got to know one another and finally connected the dots to the Hillcrest connection and that she was Lynn's mom. Peggy immediately arranged a reunion for Lynn and I and a number of visits ensued over the years with Lynn and Peggy. Lynn was a wonderful person. I am thankful to have known her and her wonderful mom.

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