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LYNWOOD D. “LYN” BUFFALOE
YOUNGSVILLE - Lynwood Davis “Lyn” Buffaloe, 72, died Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 4, 2013 at DukeUniversity Medical Center. He was born in Durham County to the late Brice Bennett Buffaloe and Mary Magdalene Davis Buffaloe.

He attended Broughton High School and Louisburg College. He served in the United States Navy from January 1961 until November 1964. He retired from GlaxoSmithKline as Facilities Operations Manager in 2003. Lyn was an electrician by trade and began Buffaloe Electric in recent years. He was a Lieutenant in the Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department until he resigned to serve as Mayor of Youngsville from 1981 until 1996 when he moved outside of the town limits. He served as Franklin County Commissioner from 2004 until 2008. Throughout his career He was a faithful member of YoungsvilleBaptist Church and held many leadership roles within the church.

A celebration of his life was held Sunday, Dec. 8, at Youngsville Baptist Church with the Rev. Charles Stratton officiating.

Surviving: his wife, Mary Jo Bridges Buffaloe; daughters, Lisa Buffaloe Fields (Jeff) of Youngsville, Amy Buffaloe Ontko of Youngsville and Kelly Buffaloe Arens (Pat) of Fremont, WI; five grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Gene Buffaloe and Don Buffaloe.

Memorial contributions may be made to Youngsville Baptist Church, Window Preservation Fund,P.O. Box 297, Youngsville, NC 27596 or to the Youngsville Museum of History, P.O. Box 122,Youngsville, NC 27596.

A service of Bright Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 405 South Main Street, Wake Forest. www.brightfunerals.com

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