In the words of our son Myles “I won't say that he lost his battle with cancer, because i don't believe that is what happened. I believe that Jesus finally convinced him that it was time to come home, it was time for him to reap the rewards that he had so justly earned.”
Lindell went home June 22nd and we had his celebration on the 29th. Our four sons and a few friends spoke. He was interred in the National Cemetery with military honors. Our grandsons wanted the gun salute and were given the empty shells. Two of our sons are in the military so they also wore their uniforms.