Lynn C. Brawner
September 7, 1947 – October 19, 2021
Preceded in death by parents, Jack and Lucille (Edmundson) Brawner. Survived by wife, Karen (Thoma) Brawner; daughter, Keri Hamilton (Chris); son, Reid Brawner (Shalice); grandchildren: Brandon, Alex and Kaitlyn Hamilton, Atalie, Kate, Mathias, Brooks and Levi Brawner; twin brother, Lee Brawner (Jana); numerous nephews.
Family will receive friends Sunday, October 24th from 5-7pm at West Center Chapel. MEMORIAL SERVICE: Monday, October 25th, 11am at King of Kings Lutheran Church, 11615 I Street. Private Interment: Springfield Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to Bible Study Fellowship International, LCMS Mission Central or to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes
To view a live broadcast of Memorial Service, please go to www.heafeyheafey.com and click the “View Live Cast” button on the home page.
Karen and family, May you find comfort in knowing that warm thoughts and sympathy are with you. In times of sorrow, when words of comfort are needed most, it seems they are most difficult to say.
God bless the family! We send our sympathy to you all and may he be at peace!
Karen, Keri, and Reid, I am so sorry for your loss. Please hold on to the wonderful memories and love you all shared. He is at peace with Jesus!! Our hearts are with you in this very difficult time. 🥰🥰
I am so sorry for your loss but happy for Lynns gain. My heart is with you during this very difficult time. I have been a participant in some of Lynn’s spiritual and spirited discussions about Christ in his life, and have experienced the impact he has had on me and others in his BSF groups over the last few years. Glory to God!
Wonderful memories of a good man of God. Lynn is a great blessing in my life.
Precious memories how they linger, what blessing to my soul. God’s love to all.
We are so sorry and we have your family in our prayers!
Words alone are not enough to describe how we feel about the passing of Lynn, a great loos for you and your family. As a believer we know his soul is resting peacefully with the Lord. May the Lord grant you peace and comfort you with His everlasting love. O what a day of rejoicing it will be when we all meet Lynn and the Lord in Heaven!!!
Dear Karen, Our family is holding all of you in our prayers. John 3: 16
The love story God wrote for you and Lynn is so sweet. I still fondly recall the bus ride where you both shared with me the story of how you met and fell in love. Your story continues, although this present separation is so painful. You are loved and remembered in my prayers .
Dear Karen and family, I am so sorry to learn of your loss of Lynn. My thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy are with you. Lynn was a rare gentleman, brilliant underwriter, and great workmate. I truly enjoyed working with and knowing him over the years. May God comfort you during this difficult tome. (1 Corinthians 1: 3,4)
Karen, Lynn’s service this morning was beautiful. I loved seeing everyone via live stream in Oklahoma. I’m sorry I could not have been there in person to be with you and the family. The songs and readings were so meaningful. Peace be with him now.
Lynn was such a special man and we are so proud to have him in our family. We will hold his memory and family in our hearts. Our prayers are with all of you. He will surely be missed!