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2460 East County Road E
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Phone: (651) 429-6172
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Lynn McCall

Lynn Dale McCall

Monday, March 11th, 1957 - Monday, October 26th, 2020
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    7601 34th Avenue South
    Minneapolis, MN 55450
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Brent Benjamin Bunn

Posted at 12:44pm
Lynn and Lori were my neighbors for 10 years. He was a great neighbor to have. He was very giving and had any tool a new homeowner would/could ever need.

I'll share my favorite Lynn story:

He would ask me to mow his lawn every now-and-then and the very first time he asked me to he offered to pay me. I refused his payment because we were neighbors and we were developing a friendship, friends do this sort of thing for free. After I completed the task again he offered to pay me and I said no. He asked what he could give me because it would make him feel better to pay me in some way so I told him to pay me in complements: if I got a new haircut to complement me, if I was having a handsome day to tell me I was indeed handsome, or if I had done him any favors to do one for me.

He promptly pulled out his wallet and gave me $20.
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John Currie

Posted at 10:49am
A gaggle of Red Bull members would have Thursday Lunch at the Richfield American Legion Post, sitting at King Louie’s table, talking about MVs and convoys, discussing his life in prison, trading little barbs about Trump and politics (I was always right, of course), and swiping the occasional French fry from the other’s plate.

(For those of you who wonder why Lynn went to prison, it's because he WORKED there. Lynn worked for a private telecommunications company, and he ranged around the state--and possibly into adjacent ones--installing and repairing telephone equipment.

One of his accounts was the glorious Minnesota Penal System, so he regularly wound up in prison--and regularly departed at the end of each day. No jail could hold him...

He made it possible for inmates to make phone calls to loved ones and try--in vain--to rent helicopters to aid in escaping from their Grey Bar Hotel. I always wanted to ask him if anyone ever called Dominos and attempted to receive a delivery.

Now? Those inmates are probably missing him every day.

Just like us.

Our table—whenever we are allowed to once again dine in person together—will always be emptier without you, Lynn.
LL

Lee Larson

Posted at 10:46am
Great guy and I enjoyed his company and conversation both with the Red Bull HMVA and away from that!. His passing will leave a void in our life’s no doubt. The time he spent as Red Bull events coordinator, he was very proactive and would have several options on most summer weekends for us to participate in. Rest In Peace my friend.
SL

Steve Landgraf

Posted at 10:44am
Lynn McCall was a great guy he did a great job of giving us events to do throughout the summer, actually way more events that we could possibly do in three or four summers. And of course Lynn always had to rub it in that we didn’t have air-conditioning in our jeeps. He always made me laugh. Of course a lot of banter went back-and-forth between Lynn and myself. He always wished that he was a Marine and I believe he regretted it LOL LOL.

I truly believe the passing of Laurie Broke Lynn’s heart and he never seemed quite the same . Enjoy your time with Lori, my friend. You will truly be missed.

Sgt Steve Landgraf to Lynn LOL
LL

Louis Larson

Posted at 10:42am
Lynn & I had many Lunches together @ the Legion in Richfield, plus the many Convoys he arranged.

He was a great asset to our Red Bull Group. He will be missed by all of our group.
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