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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Lindsay D. Churchman

1960 - 2015

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The Rev. Lindsay D. Churchman, 54, of Eureka passed away on Saturday, September 19 at Advocate Eureka Hospital after a brief but intense battle with cancer. Lindsay was born on November 22, 1960 in Washington, Iowa to L. Duane and Darlene Sims Churchman.
He married Jennie Huff Churchman on June 14, 1997. She survives.

Also surviving are daughters Emily Margaret of Watauga, TX and Rachel Ann of Eureka; his mother Darlene of Ankeny, IA; brothers Dan (Debi) Churchman of Monument,...

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Robert Flowers

October 4, 2015 6:12 AM

I will always remember a colleague and friend, Lindsay Churchman. He served on my board of campus ministry and I preached for him at Valley Mills/Cayote. We were later campus ministry colleagues when he was at TCU. We shared much table talk, craft beer, and humorous stories. He sold many books to clergy in the CTC (the old Cokesbury on Berry St). And he had a passion for ministry, liturgy, spiritual formation, and life. Rest in peace, Lindsay. En terra pax and in heaven! Rev. Robert K Flowers Fort Worth

Mary Ratledge

October 3, 2015 12:37 PM

I just heard about Rev. Churchman just recently and I'm sorry for your loss. I first met him when he visited my mother in the hospital. It was the first time that he had met my mother. I enjoyed listening to him during the service at the Henry Church and when he performed the service for when mom passed away. He will be missed by so many.

Rev. Susan Porr

October 1, 2015 11:32 AM

As part of the Academy for Spiritual Formation #36, I loved hearing Lindsay sing. I was blessed by that singing. Since I cannot sing at all, Lindsay's gift meant much to me. I am still able to hear him, remember his gift, and bless God for his life and presence. Blessings and grace to you, his family, during these days of living without him. Rev. Susan Porr

Melinda Welch and family

October 1, 2015 7:51 AM

Melinda Welch and family purchased the Arrive in Style for the family of Lindsay D. Churchman.

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September 29, 2015 4:32 PM

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