Condolences for Lyndsey Unique Dawkins Blow (Lynx)


Sylvia Caldwell posted on 2/12/21

You were a true friend Lyndsey. Miss you so much!


Janet Steven posted on 12/19/20

I very much enjoyed working with Lyndsey at CNU. Her curiosity for so many things made her lots of fun to talk to. She was one in a million and she will be missed.


Darlene posted on 12/15/20

I am honored to have known Lyndsey. She was such a sweet, refreshing presence on the third floor of Forbes at CNU. I cannot believe she is no longer with us. I pray that she is at peace and no longer suffering. We miss you!!


Josh posted on 12/15/20

Lyndsey was a such a wonderful presence at CNU. I will miss her smile, her sense of humor, her understanding and insightful thoughts, and her curiosity and creativity. She will be deeply missed.


Lindsey posted on 12/15/20

I met Lyndsey first through work at CNU: she was a gem, always cheerful and helpful. But I sensed the snarky sense of humor behind the professional smile and we quickly developed a camraderie bonding over politics, shared humor and of course wine. I miss Lyndsey's incredible energy: her confidence, motivation, talent, ridiculous unflinching humor, and her huge heart. Losing Lyndsey so young is a monumental loss that is beyond defining. I miss her. I am so grateful for the brief time I got with her. Please let me know how I can honor her life and memory.


Emily posted on 12/14/20

I truly enjoyed my time with Lyndsey working together at CNU. My favorite moments were the informal conversations walking out to our cars. She will be deeply missed.


Nicole Guajardo posted on 12/14/20

I am grateful for the time I had getting know Lyndsey when she worked with me at Christopher Newport. She had a kind heart and a contagious laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and her "old posse."