Gerald David Lynde
January 16, 1947 - October 4, 2013
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Gerald David “Sharkey” Lynde Kilpatrick Funeral Home Ruston, La Funeral services for Gerald David “Sharkey” Lynde, of Clay, LA will be Monday, October 7, 2013 at 2:00 PM at the First Baptist Church in Ruston. Officiating the service will be Dr. Chris Craig and Rev Charles Penuell. Interment will be at Brooks Chapel Cemetery in…

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rhondapatehayden left a message on October 8, 2013:
So sorry for your loss He will be watching you from Heaven He was a great guy...know he will be missed always know he is with the angels LUV U ALL Love Bobby @ Rhonda
Craig Rogers left a message on October 7, 2013:
It was an honor to know Gerald, the way he lived his life is a model we could all follow. I'm thankful for the years at Tri-State and Baker as his co-worker. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.
Eddie Payne left a message on October 7, 2013:
I had been at Tri-State 6 months when Gerald came to work there as an engineer. Over the years we worked side-by-side on many projects, we draftsmen trying to translate his ideas ! into workable drawings! Later after I got my degree we again worked together and Gerald became my boss. He was a fine man, upstanding, dedicated to his work, his family and his faith. Our paths continued to cross over the years and I am proud to have called him friend. Gerald you will be missed, but I know that you are now free of your Earthly bondage, and are probably trying to find out when squirrel season in heaven opens! Take care ole buddy.
Mary Laird left a message on October 6, 2013:
Gerald, Your light will always shine in my eyes. The memories from the beginning at Tri-State all the way till now. There are so many memories. I sit back and laugh at all the silly things you have done through the years. What a character and joker! You have always been a wonderful friend, boss,co-worker and mentor. But the list goes on and on.... I will sincerely miss you and hold you very close in my heart. Love always, Mary
Donnie Post left a message on October 6, 2013:
Momma, Michael, Austin, and Kim I love you all and I am so sorry. Your family means so much to me and can't imagine what you all are feeling. You are in my prayers. I am so thankful to have been able to know you all and am so thankful to know that Gerald is now with his maker in paradise. Know if you need anything I am only a phone call away.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Mark Lee left a message on October 6, 2013:
I am so fortunate to have known Gerald for so many years. I talked with Gerald about 10 months or so ago and let him know what a great friend and mentor he was to me. Because of Gerald I stayed in the Oil field and have No Regrets. He was one of the smartest Engineers I ever had the privilege to work with. Being on call, there were some late nights at Tri-State with Gerald and I enjoyed every minute of it. He made work fun! Gerald was truly a Saint in my book. I always looked at Gerald as my big brother. He taught me a lot and I feel I am where I am today, because of him. I thank you Gerald for the mentoring and certainly the memories. May God Bless the Lynde Family. Love you Brother Gerald, Mark
Dick Rogers left a message on October 5, 2013:
I will always remember Gerald as one who you could always rely on when engineering support was needed to assist in operational and client related matters. he was a true gentleman and a role model. He will be missed
Edna Tibbit left a message on October 5, 2013:
We will pray that Gods love and his arms hold you though this time. May he give you peace and comfort. Our deepest sympathy, Francis and Edna Tibbit
Harry Harvey left a message on October 5, 2013:
Goodbye Gerald my friend. We sure had some good times from Bodcaw squirrels to Aberdeen golf courses. You were my mentor, my neighbor, and a 'drop everything come quick' friend. I remember my first day at Tri-State and you shot me in the belly with a print tube cap. I regret not seeing you after you moved back home. I will never forget you. Harry
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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