In Memory

Layne Cannon

Layne was a devoted husband and father. Lived every day with purpose, strength, humility, love and charity. He was a true warrior, fighting cancer for several years, beyond all odds. As he prepared to die, he took every possible opportunity to serve others, and create precious and unique memories with his wife, children and family. His life was well lived!!!

Layne is survived by his wife, 3 children and 7 1/2 grandchildren.



 
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04/29/09 02:10 PM #1    

Bill Mavor

Layne Cannon Died 10/01/1998 of cancer. He was married to Mary Plumb Cannon in 1974, and has 3 beautiful children, 7 grandchildren and one on the way. He lived his life to the fullest, with purpose,love,charity,and compassion. I had the privilege of being his sister and friend. Miss you brother! love, Wendy Cannon

07/23/09 02:42 PM #2    

Sandy Hess (Fullmer)

I knew Layne all through Junior High and High School. We dated friends and found ourselves together often. We even went out after High School.
The last time I saw him was at a Choice Expedition Meeting. He was helping to teach me how to build Lourainna stoves for the people in the mountains above Whanawhato in Mexico. I could see that he did not feel well but he never said a word about having cancer. I wish he had told me.
He was a great person, funny and good! I happy to have known him
Sincerely,
Sandy Hess Fullmer

07/28/09 02:09 AM #3    

Becky Carr (Edmunds)



Layne was such a wonderful person. Even as a teenager, he was a person of honesty & integrity. It was an honor to have dated him. He was one of those people who help mold who you are by their influence. I am a better person because I knew him.
I hadn't seen Layne for years before his death but I still think of him with fondness & gratitude.
Becky Carr Edmunds

08/07/09 04:11 PM #4    

Kathy Olson (Czerny)

Layne was a good friend and a wonderful person. He came over one Christmas morning and got coerced into staying for brunch - we have old movies of him sitting at the dining room table with our entire extended family. He didn't blink - gracious and comfortable in any situation. I have wonderful memories of him - he was creative, fun-loving and kind.

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