Lynn
Lynn Lincoln Mandel Born on September 12, 1963 Departed on Jan. 22, 2011 and resided in Los Angeles, CA Mandel, Lynn Lincoln, a resident of Los Angeles, CA passed away on Saturday, January 22, 2011 in Los Angeles, CA. Born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1963, Lynn was 47 when she passed. Lynn grew up in Shaker Heights, Ohio, attending Laurel School for Girls and moved to California when the family relocated west. She graduated from Beverly Hills High School and the University of California at Berkeley. She lived in New York and then returned to San Francisco to work for NixonPeabody as an aviation specialist. After some extensive travelling abroad Lynn settled in Los Angeles again. Lynn enjoyed travelling and experiencing the different cultures of the world and seeing what the world had to offer. She was quite an accomplished dressage competitor having been one from childhood. Lynn is survived by her mother Carole Mandel and brothers Frank C. Lincoln and Christopher L. Perry.

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  1. Carole, Frank and Christopher: I am so sorry for your loss. Lynn was a great friend; we shared many laughs over the years. I will miss her. Jim

  2. My condolences to the Mandel Family. I will always have fond memories of our time at Cal, NYC, and in LA with Jim Grace and Steve Sardelli.

  3. Any one who ever met Lynn will remember that great laugh. I will always treasure her laugh, brilliance, passion and curiousity. I will miss you…

  4. ^_^ Well,Lynn!!! I Didn’t Know You Left Us!!! I Was Thinking Of Having Us Get Together!!! Thanks For All the Wonderful, Positive Good Times We Have Recently Shared, Girlfriend!!! Much Love Always, Jean & Rejeana Black

  5. I met and share good moments with Lynn in the community activities organized by the “Leo Politi Neighborhood Organization” where she was an outstanding and active member. Lyyn was to all of us a sweet and kind friend! Farewell Lynn!

  6. Dear Mandel Family – We are very sorry for your loss. We loved Lynn very much and had known her since her Berkeley days. We will miss her intelligence, humor and kindness. Wendy Wallace Hazel Wallace (mom)

  7. I did not find out about Lynn’s passing until until 4/21/12. She was one of the most brilliant women I have ever met. My wish for her is eternal peace.

  8. It was such a shock to hear of Lynn’s passing last year. I worked with Lynn and she was so very smart and accomplished. I wish I had seen her on a horse, my favorite animal. My sympathy to her family and may God grant her peace. Love, Shirley

  9. It’s amazing what news the mail can bring…
    including news that my dear friend from childhood had passed on.
    Horses, rock bands, ballroom dancing lessons every other Friday (whether we liked it or not).
    Such a great laugh, a bold spirit, a strong sense of destiny —
    I hope she lived as full and broad and open as she was when she was a girl, because man, she was something.
    My love, sympathy + prayers to the family.
    Much Grace, More Light,

  10. How did this happen?! I only just came across this page because I had a dream about her a few nights ago. I spent every day with Lynn for years during our on and off college days and lived with her in the Slobby Girl House. I am so upset and shocked. She had so much to offer the world. I am so sorry for her family. If anyone has information about how this happened please email me.

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