May 7, 1926 ~ March 18, 2018
Born in: Buncombe County, NC,
Resided in: Asheville, NC
Asheville-Linsey Gragg “LG” Young, 91, of Asheville, died unexpectedly Sunday, March 18, 2018 in his residence. Born in Buncombe County , he was the husband of Kathleen (Moody ) Young, and the son of the late James Arthur Young, Sr. and Sue Etta (Arrowood) Young. LG retired from Deal Buick after many years of employment. A graduate of Lee Edwards High School, LG was an avid fisherman and loved to build model airplanes. LG was a member of Nichols-West Asheville Masonic Post #650, where he served as Past Master, and Swannanoa Masonic Lodge #561. In addition to his wife of 71 years, other family members include a brother, Sterling Young, and a sister, Louise Young Wescott, and a number of nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 PM Friday, March 23, 2018 at Roberts Memorial Park, Arden. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his memory to Masonic Home for Children at Oxford online at www.mhc-oxford.org.
Sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. LG and I worked together for many years at Deal Buick. He came by to see me from time to time. I always enjoyed seeing him and talking with him. Charlie Higdon
Our hearts are broke as we just heard the news of LG’s passing. You both were such a wonder example of what a marriage should be. He loved you so much and was so proud of you. We want you to know we will keep you in our prayers during this time.
Much love, Bill and Mary Dot Waddell
Kathleen, Charlie and I are so sorry to read of your loss. We always
liked sitting you with you at the class meetings. Remember that
God is with you.
Charlie & Helen Cordell
Kathleen: My heart aches with yours at the death of L.G. It was very special to get acquainted with you and L.G. and enjoy eating together at the Pisgah Fish Camp in Pisgah Forest. Such interesting stories you both would share about your years together, your careers and such special love you shared for each other. Grateful for the opportunity to get to share stories of our lives and spend special, quality time in conversation while we enjoyed the delicious food. You both will be remembered fondly.
Sorry for your loss. I have been in many Masonic Meetings with LG.
So very sorry to hear about LG’s passing. My dad, Lewis, and uncle, Al, really thought a lot of him. He was always friendly and inclusive to me whenever I saw him. He will be missed greatly.