Lynn LaDell Dye

1924 ~ 2022


Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, Utah
Nov 4, 2022 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Funeral Service

Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, Utah
Nov 4, 2022 2:00 PM

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  • Lynn LaDell Dye

    A lifetime of answering the call.
    He is a mighty example of being a loving Husband, Father, Friend and Favorite Uncle.
    In the evening of Wednesday, October 26th 2022
    At the age of 98, Answered the call to depart this earthly life
    to reunite with loved ones throughout the heavens.

    Born of Greatest Generation, on May 9th of 1924 in Neola Utah.
    Spent the youth of his life establishing strong family ties with his
    brothers and sisters, as they learned the importance of working together
    on the Dye Family Ranch.

    Proudly answered the call to Honorably serve his country as a
    member of the United States Navy in the South Pacific of
    World War ll. Assigned to a small contingency of fellow servicemen
    to protect a fleet of warships from possible air and submarine torpedo attack
    as they advanced throughout various Pacific islands.
    We Thank You for your Service to our country.

    Lynn met and married his eternal wife and companion, Amy Ione Anderton in
    August of 1946. Answered the call of becoming a father to his daughter Connie,
    and his sons Rod, Richard and Denis. Through the years he served as a loving
    provider and teacher. Dad enjoyed the outdoors with us, teaching fishing, hunting
    and camping in the beautiful mountains of the Rockies. We will never forget
    the family reunions that are among our most cherished memories.
    You raised your family with solid, important values that have become
    a powerful example as we found spouses to raise up our own families.
    There is No Greater Reward to a parent than having a growing family that brings
    honor to the rest of the world.
    We Thank You for this as well.

    Lynn made himself available to help his family and neighbors in every possible
    need that could come up. Fixing broken appliances, cars, electrical wiring and
    so much more. His life was filled with this kind of service to his fellow man.
    A welcome rescuer in so many situations.

    Always a student of Music and the Spoken Word, He would spend many hours
    in study as he enjoyed learning the details of various aspects of world and
    US history. A true believer of the importance of learning all he could about many
    subjects. He answered the call of his faith as a devout member of
    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
    Serving in many callings, demonstrating honor and love to those he served.

    You have multitudes to be proud of Dad. A lifetime of answering the call. You
    have the admiration from your entire families, friends and the many others
    you came in contact with here on earth. We humbly, Thank You for ALL your
    inspiration, love and concern you have provided throughout our years.

    Lynn will be laid to rest on Friday November 4th 2022,
    Viewing at 1pm. Service at 2pm.

    At the chapel of:
    Larkin Sunset Gardens
    10600 South 1950 East
    Sandy, Utah 84092

    Military Honors will proceed his Interment at the same location.
    Service will be streamed through the Larkin website

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    Denis and Family, We are sorry for the loss of you Father. He created quite the legacy for you all. I appreciate knowing him. He is a great man. Grateful to know Families are for Ever.

    - Sheila M. Baxter

    My friend will be greatly missed. My years in knowing and spending time with him is very cherished. I always told him ‘ I want to be just like you when I grow up. Jacki and I send our condolences and prayers to his family

    You will be missed and always remembered.

    Scott and Jacki Frame

    - Scott Frame