OBITUARY

Lynn Dorsey MANIS

August 28, 1948April 12, 2018

Lynn Dorsey MANIS was born on August 28, 1948 and passed away on April 12, 2018

Services

  • Committal Service Monday, April 23, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lynn Dorsey MANIS

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Beth Shryock

May 6, 2018

Thank you for all our talks Lynn. Thank you for always caring. I enjoyed the times we got to spend together. Thank you for being a great brother.

I love you.

I will miss you dearly.

Rebekah Meredith

May 5, 2018

There is so much on my heart, but no words seem to express well enough the impact Uncle Lynn had on me. I am thankful for all he poured into my life, as well as the lives of my husband and kiddos. I will miss him dearly.

Stephanie Austin

May 5, 2018

Things that will always remind me of Uncle Lynn

Shoulder rides
Chess
Lynn-Lynne
Classy dresser
New York
Math
Quality not Quantity
Knitted scarves
Nature walks
Lynn bread
Birds
Maps
Geneology
Beard
Sweater vests
Tri-Continental
Crossword Puzzles
$10 bills
Research

Joe Manis

May 1, 2018

Dear Uncle Lynn,

While we may not have know each other closely, the man I’ll always remember is an incredibly smart and caring one. The blanket you knitted for us will always stick out to me.

I hope to hear your family tree stories and play a game of chess with you someday :)

All Love,
Joe

Dan Kellermeyer

April 24, 2018

As some of you know, I too am a twin.
My twin brother is overseas right now. He’s a traveler and a teacher. An uncle and an explorer. A brother and a son. A cousin and a nephew.
I’m a home-body and a healthcare Analyst. A father and a fellow brother, son, cousin and nephew. But also a writer and a poet.
Years ago, I wrote a poem about twins.
I revised it for this occasion.

T-W-I-N-S
Twins are…
Trouble from the start
They come in pairs then have to part
They arrive by stork or section-C…
And don’t say “I” but always “we”

Twins are…
Winners of great awards
Like trophies, Bars or even Boards
They sometimes dream and set high goals
Or take it easy… that’s how they roll

Twins are…
Individuals
They may be different but over all
They share one name—just their last
But they also share a similar past

Twins are…
Never only one
They’re always two—twice the fun
Their lives are separate, quite unique
Never normal, quite a treat

Twins are…
Simply finally this:
Great together and apart amiss
But as stories and memories often show
A life well-lived, grants lessons we know

Now, may they grow and grow and grow.

We all miss you, Uncle Lynn!

- Dan Kellermeyer

Roxi Shryock

April 22, 2018

Uncle Lynn,
Your high fives, knowledgeable conversations with you in your rocking chair and the smell of fresh baked bread will be memories I cherish. I could listen to you talk for hours about our family tree. I loved all the almanacs and yearly gifts and the company you shared with my mom. You will be missed by many and always loved.

Roberta Koral

April 20, 2018

I will always remember our visit in New York seeing Alberta Hunter belt out her Jazz Music!
And the white blanket you knitted for me at Christmas time.
I will miss your smile and may you rest in Peace. Love, Roberta ♡

Ron Yockey

April 18, 2018

I am so sorry to hear about Lynn's passing. Lynn, Glenn, and I were good friends at Brown County High School. I have very fond memories still over these many years. Wished I would have had a chance to reminisce with him before he passed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family in your loss.

Ginny Hemphill

April 17, 2018

Very sorry to hear of Lynn's passing. We worked together at Metro North Mall and had many interesting conversations.

David Eggert

April 17, 2018

I was so sorry to hear about the passing of Lynn. I worked many years with him at Metro North Mall. My prayers go out to his family.