December 11, 1938 ~ November 3, 2019

Born in: Beloit, Kansas
Resided in: Denver, Colorado

Lyndal, a long-time resident and retired registered nurse of Denver, Colorado, passed away on a beautiful fall day, Sunday the 3rd of November, 2019 after a long courageous battle with myeloma.

She was born in Beloit, Kansas on December 11, 1938 in a farming community that remained her home in her heart.  The birth and death of this great woman, however, is not nearly as relevant as all the days and nights that she lived and loved between those two dates.  We were blessed to have learned so many valuable lessons and witness her living examples of the power of love with positivity, strength and service to others from Lyndal’s 80 years of life.

Lyndal had a deep devotion for all her family.  She is reunited with the love of her life, Pat Flynn, her loving parents, and brother Stanley, along with so many other treasured loved ones that have gone on before her.

Her light continues to shine in her daughter, Kathleen Flynn and son, Robert Flynn; grandson, Keenan Flynn; her brothers and sisters, Norman and Darlene Creitz; Sue Creitz; Leo and Judy Flynn; Helen Kass and many nephews, nieces and cousins. She loved all her family and friends unconditionally and kept them close to her heart every day. She was truly blessed by her loved ones.

Charitable memorial contributions are welcome to The Denver Hospice or to the charity of the donor’s choice. The family greatly appreciates donations made to charities dedicated in Lyndal.

She was as beautiful as a rose.

Godspeed to all she knew and loved.

Please share memories and condolences with Lyndal’s family by signing the guestbook below.


Celebration of Life: November 29, 2019 7:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - SW Denver/Lakewood
3101 S. Wadsworth Blvd.
Lakewood, CO 80227


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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Lyndal Bethene Flynn's name.

Denver Hospice

8299 E. Lowry Boulevard
Denver, CO 80230
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Memories Timeline


  1. Lyndal was a beautiful soft-spoken woman who drew you in with her loving eyes and kind spirit. I am blessed to have known your mom and dad, for many years as they visited me every weekend at the Farmer’s Market. She graced each day with her presence. I know heaven just received a special angel. Kathleen, you are a reflection of your mom, in the way you treat people with kindness, respect, and love. I’m truly sorry for your loss.

  2. Lyndal and I were classmates at St. Lukes School of Nursing 1956-59. We also attended the First Baptist Church. She was also my bride’s maid. We kept in touch until the last couple of years, now I know why. I had no idea that she was so ill or that she had lost Pat. Rest in comfort and peace Lyndal.

  3. Lyndal and I were roommates for the entire time of our nurses training and Lyndal was a very good roommate. We had lots of good times with all the studying, laughing over learning how to give shots and etc. A few of us also went to the First Baptist Church. With my sympathy to Lyndal’s family

  4. I met Pat and Lynn when I became their neighbor 16 years ago. Both immediately welcomed me to the neighborhood. Both were awesome neighbors. I will and have missed the many conversations Lynn and I had over the years. She was an awesome and caring woman. Her and Pat will always be in my thoughts and prayers

    • I’ve made 1000s of medical deliveries. Met 1000s of family’s. Words can’t describe the beauty of the Flynn family. it’s impossible. Other then they bring heaven to earth..

  5. How does one capture a lifetime of memories of the one who bore you into this world. Mom, I love you so much! You were our confidant, Baker extraordinaire, disciplinarian, teacher of many things including driving a car. Consoler when we lost pets that we loved. A gardener of veggies and fruits and caretaker of roses and hibiscus amongst many others. Guardian of your children from bullies, patient with your husband, master ice creamer, and supportive of your children. You helped me in scouts and with friends as we went into the high country. You and dad would drive to Buena Vista so we could share lunch when I was learning and working in the SLV. In younger days you and dad taught us how to fish and stay safe from harm in the wheat fields. You were giver of allergy shots and taught me how to self infect when I was away. Thank for all you and dad did for us. I know you and dad taught us how to live rightly. I hope both of us made you proud. Until we meet again we will keep you in our hearts.

  6. Sending my love & condolences to the family of Lyndal Flynn. I have been a part of Lyndal’s family for 61 years as her sister in law and friend. She was an amazing lady.


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