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Terry Lynn

Tuesday, November 4, 2003

CAPE GIRARDEAU - Terry Vernon Lynn II, 26, of Cape Girardeau, died Saturday, Nov. 1, 2003, in Cape Girardeau.

Born April 26, 1977, at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, son of Terry Vernon Lynn and Theresa Gaye Harris Steagall, Terry attended high school in Conyers, Ga., where he excelled in baseball, pitching a no-hit complete game. Terry also pitched for the Conyers American Legion baseball team. Before moving to Scott City in 2001, Terry worked in Marietta, Ga., as a welder of thin stainless steel.

Terry was attending Southeast Missouri State University on an academic scholarship pursuing a degree in architecture. Terry possessed great talent as a pen and ink artist and had many personal requests for artwork.

Terry was a respectful and loving son with a great zest for life and will be deeply missed by all who loved him.

Survivors include: an infant son, Brayden Jay; his father and stepmother, Terry and Lesa Lynn of Powder Springs, Ga.; his mother and stepfather, Theresa and Paul Steagall of Scott City; two sisters, Ashley and Rachael Lynn of Scott City; three brothers, Lucas and Samuel Steagall of Scott City and Ben Wolter of Powder Springs, Ga.; paternal grandparents, Lee and Louvena Lynn of Chaffee; maternal grandparents, Bill and Wanda Schwartz of Scott City; aunts and uncles, Danny and Tina Lynn of Advance, Howard and Roberta Lynn and Roger and Tammy Lynn of Scott City, Mark and Alice Harris of Port Orchard, Wash., Wade and Laurie Harris of Manchester, Darrel and Fukuyo Harris of Fenton, Debbie and Paul Griffin and Lori and Chuck Dobbs of Jackson and Kevin and Alesia Gresham of Bakersfield, Calif.; and one nephew and 33 cousins.

Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City where services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday with the pastor Barry Pfanstiel officiating.

Burial will be in the Lightner Cemetery in Scott City.

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