Lynn Whiting

May 01, 1962 - November 21, 2023

Lynn Whiting

May 01, 1962 - November 21, 2023


Lynn Whiting 1962-2023
Lynn Whiting passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in his home on November 21st, 2023.

Lynn was born on May 1st, 1962, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, to Dorothy Mae (Scholer) and Ralph Solomon Whiting. Lynn grew up in Woodbury, Minnesota, and graduated from Saint Michael-Albertville High School. He married Cheryl Campbell on June 22nd, 1985, in Friday Harbor, Washington. They continued to live in Bellingham, Washington, so that Cheryl could finish her college education.

Family and friends were very important to Lynn. He talked to one of his siblings each week. While she was away at college, Lynn spoke to his daughter, Naomi, every night. Lynn was very supportive and involved in every activity his children pursued. As Caleb and Naomi participated in Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Whatcom Homeschool Archery, Whatcom County Youth Fair, Marching Band, Dance, and other school activities, Lynn was there beside them to encourage them. He also took every opportunity to make new friends with others involved in the same activities. Lynn found joy roller skating, singing, dancing, and learning rugby.

Lynn is survived by his wife, Cheryl Whiting, and children, Naomi and Caleb Whiting. He is also survived by his siblings: sister, Barbara Harvey; brothers, Stephen (Jenny), Laurance (Linda), Stanley (Nita), James, and Aaron (Linda), and their families; as well as mother-in-law, JoAnn Campbell; brothers-in-law, Scott (Patty) Campbell, and Shane (Buket) Campbell; and sister-in-law Jennifer (Joey) Waddell.
Lynn is preceded in death by his parents, Dorothy Mae Whiting, and Ralph Solomon Whiting; father-in-law, Bruce Campbell; and grandparents-in-law, Irene and Cleave Vandersluys.

Lynn’s ashes will be buried in Valley Cemetery on San Juan Island.

A Celebration of Life will be held December 20th at 1pm at Hillcrest Church in Bellingham, Washington

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