Lynnette was a very good friend to all who knew her. I went through school with her, and always held her close in my heart. I know she will always be with you and watching over.
My deepest condolences for your loss. I hope you are able to find comfort in the scriptures at Acts 24: 15 and John 5: 28,29 which gives us a resurrection hope. At Revelation 21: 3-5 God brings out that in the future there will be no more pain and suffering. And we can look forward to what is written in Psalm 37: 9-11 and 29 about the meek will possess the earth. To find more information please visit
It has been a privilege to be one of Lynette's Pastors here at Liberty over the last several years. She was always so kind and considerate to others. She appreciated was faithful to services when she was well and loved being taught the Word of God. She was kind and considerate at all times. We will miss her here at Liberty Baptist Church in Sweetser but are thankful she is now with Jesus in heaven because she personally received Him as her Sovereign Savior!
Many happy memories of times spent with Lynn in elementary and junior high. We lost touch after that but I’ve thought of her often over the years.
I attended cosmetology school with Tara Renee at the Craig Luthy School Of Hair Design in Marion. It was through that connection that I had an opportunity to become acquainted with Renee's sister, Lynnette. I remember Lynnette as being a very nice person. I always enjoyed visiting with her. I am so sorry to hear about Lynnette's passing. I send my condolences to your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad and difficult time.
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