Lynda Stamp Obituary, Death Cause – Since learning earlier this week that Lynda Stamp had died away, the entire Shepherd Group Family has been inconsolable, and none of them have been able to find any consolation in their grief. The loss of Lynda Stamp has left the entire Shepherd Group Family inconsolable. She was a treasured and essential member of our family for a good portion of her life, which spanned several decades.
This was a distinct possibility due to the fact that Lynda herself was a member of the band that we were discussing before. Her husband Paul, who is still a full-time member of the band and plays in it on a regular basis, as well as her husband Dennis, who held the solo trumpet position for many years and who now volunteers his time to teach and mentor the rising stars of the future at the SG Academy and Youth Bands. Both of their husbands are active members of the band.
Lynda had been a prominent figure in the Sheps & Rowntree organizations for a considerable number of years, not only as a loyal supporter but also as a rock to Karen and Paul as band members who played in the band. She had been involved in the band for a number of years. She herself had spent a considerable amount of time as a participant in the band. She has been an active member of these groups for a considerable amount of time spanning a number of years.
Her husband Paul is still a full-time member of the band. Her husband Dennis was the solo trumpet player. Both of their husbands are contributors to the band in some capacity. Her husband Paul is still an active member of the band in his full-time capacity. Her husband Dennis played the solo horn part throughout the performance. Her husband Dennis was the band’s solo trumpet player for a long number of years during their marriage. The band would like to offer its deepest and most sincere condolences, love, and sympathy to her husband Dennis, their son Paul, and their daughter Karen, in addition to the rest of her family. During this time of trial, please know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers.