Small Group Leader
Lynda was the perfect hostess. She always made us feel welcomed. She had a genuine spirit and was a joy to know.
When I retired and had free time, Linda became a loving friends to me. She always saw the good in people. She also loved fun. Favorite memory was rooming with her at Women's Retreat at Sandy Cove when she brought an Easter Bunny costume which I wore as she wheeled me into people's rooms to surprise them. Marge Conn
A loving and funny lady who we will all deeply miss. As my Grandsons said last night, :She's the neat one!".
Lynda lived across the street @ Know Hill Farm. She greeted us our first day here with a smile a laugh and roasted chicken. Since then we have had so many smiles and laughs. Many were about our past, born and early years within a couple miles of each other in Camden area, lived in Bucks County for years, knew some of the same people and many of the same places and laughed. Had the good fortune to see her just prior to her passing as she was getting some things she left at KHF when moving to her new residence. We talked, hugged, joked---- and LAUGHED!
I never met Lynda Eyre but I know she raised a very kind and compassionate daughter in Chris Wilcox. Chris helped me so much when my father passed away and was always a kind and caring colleague at EPE. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers, Chris.
I have so many memories of my sister. from the time I first met her to present day/ She was a remarkable and caring woman. She was never an inlaw to me but my sister in every sense of the word. May the Lord hold her in the palm of his hand as heaven has gained a new Loving Angel so that she can be a guardian angel to my brother, her children and grand children.