Dorothy Lynch


Mother Dorothy D. Lynch was born on July 4, 1935 and went home to be with our heavenly Father on May 21, 2022, after a dedicated and inspirational life. She was the daughter of Arthur Lambert and Eliza Lambert.

Mother Lynch was the definition of faithfulness. She served the through her church for 60 plus years. She served as a Sunday School teacher, Usher and later the president. For many years she was a volunteer at the handicap school. In her early years she was a volunteer babysitter.

Mother Dorothy was an example to the women and men alike. Always had a word of encouragement. She would always remind you to trust God and was ready tell you how the Lord brought her out of hard situations. She was the definition of a Proverbs 31 women.

Mother Dorothy was a student of the Word of God. In her 80’s she started the GNC Ministry training Institute where she maintained a 4.0 GPA. Mother Lynch was the oldest and the most hard-working student in the school. She also attended baking school. She loved to bake.

Mother Lynch was preceded in death by her parents, Arthur Lamber and Eliza Lambert; husband, David W. Lynch, Sr.; and sons, Timothy I. Lynch and Clifford G. Lynch.

Mother Lynch leaves to cherish her memory; son, David W. Lynch, Jr.; daughter, Debra D. “Dee-Dee” Daniels; five grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 11:00am Friday, May 27, 2022 at Grace New Covenant Apostolic Worship Center, 1643 Aberdeen Ave.

Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.


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Condolence Messages

  1. Odessa Boysaw

    She was Perfect in everyway. She lived her life serving the Lord. Sending my condolences to the family. Praying for strength as the days go by for you Dave, Deedee and family.. Rest Peacefully️️️. Odessa

  2. Bishop Edward E. Shouse, Sr.

    We certainly have the Lynch family in our thoughts and prayers as we say “Goodbye for now” to Mother Dorothy Lynch, a great woman of God, a excellent example of what a “Mother” is both spiritually and naturally… She will be greatly missed…

  3. The Brickhouse Family

    Dear Family
    We are sending our sincere condolences and pray that God will bring the Peace and Comfort that only He can provide. May your family find peace in the wonderful times and memories that you share.

  4. Frances Neal Pegram

    To The Entire Family, You Have My Deepest Sympathy! Mother Dorothy Lynch was My Prayer warrior, she could Pray. We spent many praying in the praying band. A true Saint Of God. Love Sister Frances Neal Pegram

  5. Cenequa Gaston (Nikki)

    Forever embedded in my ❤️ My Loving Aunt Dorothy… I always loved and will forever remember the twinkle in her eye and her beautiful smile and soft voice and cherish forever that we both shared July Birthday’s Mine the 3rd & Aunt Dorothy July 4th and how we never let each other forget that amazing fact. My Auntie Forever Loved & For Remembered

  6. Rosetta Balams

    My prayers are with the family and those whose cherish her memories as a wonderful warrior of the Lord. I love the times I spent with her talking always about the goodness of the Lord. Looking forward to rejoicing with her and all the family of God. I will miss our conversations that we shared on the phone. Your niece in Virginia (Chicken) Sis. Rose

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