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F.R. "Corky" Flynn

 


  

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Dustin Lutz
Grandpa, You will be truly missed. I wish I had a chance to say goodbye and that I love you. The most important thing is that you big part of my childhood. I loved to visit you in Lake St. Louis and how you were great with all the grandchildren. I really enjoyed when you came to Kansas City and we were able to go to Chiefs games together. You were always at my hockey games, when I traveled to St. Louis. You will always be remembered and loved. If anything, I have plenty of pictures to go back through when I need a moment of special, special memories

Laurie Flynn Lutz
Dearest Dad, I am writing this with such a broken heart. I want to say thank you for all that you sacrificed for me and always being there to rescue me in times of need. Your stern yet loving guidance is what made me the strong woman I am today. I have so many good memories from our times in Raytown, Lake St. Louis, my 4 years at Mizzou, and lastly your visits to KC.I always enjoyed your phone calls, Valentine cards, Flowers on Valentines Day always signed with Love from your oldest and fondest Valentine.I am so glad I have photos of you and all the chapters of life we have been through. You knew no stranger and everyone knew of you and that darn handlebar mustache!The last 4 years visiting you in the senior care facility were tough and I only wish I could have been there more often. But keeping track of visits doesn\'t determine how much I loved you!!!! My cards, letters and photos hopefully let you know how much love I had.You were a big part in my life and I am saddened you have passed on to the next life. I will see you again someday.Love forever Laurie Jo

laurie lutz
Dearest Dad, I am writing this with such a broken heart. I want to say thank you for all that you sacrificed for me and always being there to rescue me in times of need. Your stern yet loving guidance is what made me the strong woman I am today. I have so many good memories from our times in Raytown, Lake St. Louis, my 4 years at Mizzou, and lastly your visits to KC.I always enjoyed your phone calls, Valentine cards, Flowers on Valentines Day always signed with Love from your oldest and fondest Valentine.I am so glad I have photos of you and all the chapters of life we have been through. You knew no stranger and everyone knew of you and that darn handlebar mustache!The last 4 years visiting you in the senior care facility were tough and I only wish I could have been there more often. But keeping track of visits doesn\'t determine how much I loved you!!!! My cards, letters and photos hopefully let you know how much love I had.You were a big part in my life and I am saddened you have passed on to the next life. I will see you again someday.Love forever Laurie Jo

Marlene (Sachs) Long
It was a joy having Corky as our neighbor in Lake St. Louis. He was ALWAYS full of life and had a story to tell. His handlebar mustache was his trademark! Dad (Orville Sachs), truly enjoyed Corky\'s company and always commented that he and Barb were the best neighbors anyone could ever have. Laurie, Kathy, Kelly, and Bob--I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. He bragged about you a lot and loved all of you dearly. He will be greatly missed.

Walter k Price lll
Loved my Chicago pneumatic tool company with dorky. A dull moment was never had.

Walter k Price lll
Loved my cp tool company years with corky. never a dull moment.

Sam Nirton
To all the Flynn family, I am sorry for your loss. I didn\'t know him very well directly, but I feel as though I knew a lot about him by knowing his children. I can only imagine he was very proud of all of you. I hope there is love and togetherness in your homes as you as you celebrate his life. Sincerely, Sam

Sam Norton
To all the Flynn family, I am sorry for your loss. I didn\'t know him very well directly, but I feel as though I knew a lot about him by knowing his children. I can only imagine he was very proud of all of you. I hope there is love and togetherness in your homes as you as you celebrate his life. Sincerely, Sam

Bill & Jenny Green
You have our sympathy.