Snow’s Memorial Chapel

1419 Bass Road, Macon, GA


Warren "Skoots" Nottingham Lyndon

August 7, 1953June 1, 2020

Warren Nottingham Lyndon, known to his family and many friends as “Skoots,” passed away on Monday, June 1, 2020, in Macon, Georgia.

He was the son of the late Laura and Miller Lyndon and is survived by his son Creigh Taylor Lyndon of Brooklyn, New York, and brothers A. J. Lyndon of Macon and John Lyndon of Athens. He was preceded in death by his brother Twiggs Lyndon, Jr. Skoots was a talented and skilled rock music band technician and sound engineer. He traveled the world with the bands Deep Purple and the Dixie Dregs for many years and later assisted other talented and well-know Georgia musicians with their live performances and events. He will be remembered by so many as a caring, compassionate friend who was always ready with a shoulder to cry on or a laugh to share.


  • He is survived by his son, Creigh Taylor Lyndon of Brooklyn, New York, and brothers A. J. Lyndon of Macon and John Lyndon of Athens.


  • Service at a Later Date


Warren "Skoots" Nottingham Lyndon

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Gary Williamson

June 13, 2020

Didn't know Skoots personally..Yet admire him for giving of himself to make an individual or group rise up to be better as people and craftsmen...Good on ya brother...RIP..Thank you for your gifts to this life..

Stan Dominy

June 9, 2020

What a unique and great guy. Have not seen Skoots in many years. But...I will always remember him. Rest my friend.

Margaret Graham

June 8, 2020

I have so many happy memories of Warren who will always be 'Skoots' to me. Over many years of meeting up at Deep Purple gigs he was always full of fun and a good friend.
We really missed him when he left to return to a quieter life.
Dear Skoots you always made me laugh and now you have brought tears to my eyes. You will never be forgotten.
Rest in Peace dear friend.
Margaret Graham

william dooley

June 8, 2020

I will always have the memories of growing up together in the old neighborhood. To John, AJ, and all the Lyndon family, our condolences. Scott and Letty Dooley

Cliff Massey

June 7, 2020

My wife Kathy and i first met Skoots in 1997 at a Deep Purple show and continued to meet him for many years to come. He was so warm, funny and caring. He took us in with open arms. I hope we will meet again one day. May you rest in peace Skoots.

Bobby Vandiver

June 7, 2020

If not for my friend Skoots my life would have been vastly different. Meeting Skoots changed my entire life direction. If not for him I would never have been a roadie or a volunteer at the Big House. I would not have the vast number of friends that I have. I would never have had the access to music that I so enjoy. All because of Skoots Lyndon my life has been fabulous. I loved him and will never forget him. Rest well my friend.

Jack and Sharon Bowers

June 6, 2020

We miss your surprise visits to watch tv, drink v&t’s and smoke heaters. During the virus we missed your hugs but always enjoyed your dark humor and wry wit. Was certainly hoping to resume card games in the not too distant future. Never got tired of the stories, no matter how many times we heard them. You brought us a lot joy and now heartache. On a selfish note, our world got much smaller and more boring.

Rod Morgenstein

June 6, 2020

I was shocked and saddened this week to learn that my friend and Dixie Dregs drum tech and monitor ace, Skoots Lyndon, passed away. Skoots was the consummate band mate, always seeking perfection in everything he did. He was an extremely kind and generous human being, periodically checking in on me to see how my parents are doing and how life, in general, is faring. He also happened to be one of the best storytellers who ever graced our planet. His years of touring the globe with Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, Steve Morse Band, and numerous other acts, created a vast library of colorful stories; truly amazing stories that only a wordsmith like Skoots could impart to an audience lucky enough to be in his presence. My memory is filled with moments like these, where I would be hanging on every word, completely engrossed, often in stitches, for hours on end. RIP Skoots. Your memory will live on in the hearts of all of us who were so fortunate to have you in our lives.

Joyce Sparks

June 5, 2020

Skoots your face is etched on our hearts

Joe McGlohon

June 5, 2020

My brother from another mother...Big love and healing prayers to all the extended Lyndon family and brothers and sisters who were fortunate enough to have shared a relationship with him in any form.From eating dinner with Smiles and Miller and living in their home to fishing on the Satilla, to many miles on the road, to the " logical disagreements " to the listening ear when needed, the big love and help for the past 47 years...I Thanks you....safe journey across the bridge.I will try to use all I learned from you wisely...