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Lyndle E Labby, Jr.

1970 - 2022


Lyndle E. Labby, Jr., age 51, of Pike County, IL, went home on Monday, March 28, 2022, to be with the Lord. On October 29, 1970, he was born in Pittsfield, IL, to Lyndle E. Labby, Sr., and Gladys Smith. He joined in Holy Matrimony on January 30th, 2019, to his eternal helpmate, Patricia Kay Juenger, at the Pittsfield Church of the Nazarene.

Lynn graduated from Pittsfield High School in 1989. He then began his sandblasting and painting career, walking in his father’s...

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Joe Stauffer and nephews, Stetson, Slaydon, and Steegon

April 7, 2022 1:08 PM

With loving memories of Lyndle
Joe Stauffer and nephews, Stetson, Slaydon, and Steegon

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Amanda (Harrison) Jamison

April 5, 2022 4:53 PM

Although it has been forever since he was part of my life, he will always hold a special place. I know whole heartedly he is watching over his loved ones from Heaven. He is the reason I was saved, and for that I will be grateful. He also taught me how to drive a stick shift and a four wheeler, make homemade sloppy joes, use an open faced reel, how to set trout lines, load and shoot a gun, how to teach a dog to point with a fishing pole, how to coyote and raccoon hunt, to paddle a canoe and steer a boat with the trolly motor and how to make the best wheat germ balls for the many fishing tournaments we attended that summer. I sure hope Heaven has a lake❤️

Scott Ludwig

April 5, 2022 6:32 AM

I lost my phone as did he, so therefore we lost contact for 11 years when out of the blue a couple from Labby’s town came to an event I was at. I noticed they were from where Labby lived so I ask if they knew Labby, imagine that they knew exactly who he was and got me in contact with him. I was so stoked to be able to get in touch with him again. He was my buddy from working on the bridge in Rhode Island. We hung out alot. Did some fishing and singing and recording some songs on our own little lost phones lol. A trip was planned to visit. I called his phone to chat with him and learned he had passed. I was crushed, I wanted to see my ole friend again. That will have to be in heaven now. What a glorious day that will be. You will be missed dear friend.

Michelle Ward

April 5, 2022 12:24 AM

Can’t believe you are gone. We will miss you dearly. We loved you like family.
Stacey & Michelle Ward

Barbara Lawton Family

April 4, 2022 3:07 PM

Our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one, Lynn. We will always remember his sweet spirit and will keep your family in our prayers.
Barbara Lawton Family

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