Lynda Warnick Carlston

1940 ~ 2022

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Jan. 7, 2022
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2350 East 1300 South Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
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    2350 E 1300 S Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
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  • Born to Harold Willard and Lois Bramble Warnick in Salt Lake City, Utah. She graduated from Olympus High School and Attended the University of Utah. She married Milo Lawson Carlston on May 11, 1966. They were blessed with one son Steven Milo Carlston, who was the light and pride of her life.

    Lynda loved the mountains, rivers, oceans and especially waterfalls. She loved doing for others, fine arts and museums, and entertaining in her home. She loved gardening and spent countless hours turning her backyard into her paradise. But her greatest passion was traveling with her husband and experiencing and learning from the many wonderful cultures and amazing vistas throughout the world.

    Lynda had a deep love of God and our Savior Jesus Christ and they had a daily part in her life. Her greatest love was her family: her dearest husband, who cared so lovingly for her during her illness. Her Son and his wife Jennifer, and her greatest pride and joy – her precious grandchildren, Lilianne Rose and Lawson Carlston.

    She is survived by her husband, son and grandchildren, a brother-in-law Douglas Holladay and a niece raised as a sister Debra (Gene) Marks, and many wonderful nieces, a nephew and dear friends. Preceded in death by her parents, a sister Joyce Warnick Pitt, and a sister Karen Warnick Holladay.

    A service will be held at Larkin Sunset Lawn at 2350 East 1300 South in Salt Lake on Friday January 7, 2022 at 11:00 followed by the internment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Instead of flowers, please do a kindness for someone living.


    Guestbook/Condolences

    I am so sorry for your loss! Lynda was a beautiful person and will be missed deeply by all who knew her! She had such a positive outlook and things were always "Terrific!" Her love for travel was actually contagious. I loved listening to all her stories of travel and wanted to plan my own. Her family was everything to her and my heart goes out to each of you, though we may not have met in person. I had the honor of being Lynda's hairdresser for many years. I saw her through the thick and the thin. I am a better person from knowing her!
    With Love, Carla McKee


    - Carla McKee

    Dear Milo,

    I want you to know that I understand your grief at the passing of your lovely wife Lyndia. She was truly a wonderful woman. Sonnie and I enjoyed our friendship with her and of course with you. I have so many fond memories of our times together at your home or mine.

    I understand your grief, having been through the same thing five years ago. Please let me help you in any way that I can. I am your good friend. Keep your chin up.

    Sincerely,

    Frank Heyman


    - Frank Heyman

    It's been and honor to know LINDA ,have known her since high school days, what a fun loving person, she love every one. and every one that knew her loved her instantly. she loved to travel and we had the opportunity to do this with her at times. she wanted to know the world and her and Milo travel it, i believe she accomplish her goal. she will be greatly missed. we had the honor to go to dinner with her at one of her favorite eatery during her last weeks. we love you Linda what a wonderful life time full of memories you left for us. hope to see you again for families can be forever WE LOVE YOU


    - clifford kuehn