He was born Oct. 8, 1968 to the parentage of Mrs. Nettie Mae Williams Lynch and the late Fred Lynch. He was a member of First Missionary Baptist Church of Tensaw, Ala. He attended Baldwin County Training School and enjoyed playing the tuba in the marching band. Before his health failed, he was employed as a laborer with the county.
He will be cherished in the hearts of his loving and devoted family; mother, Nettie Mae Williams Lynch, Stockton; one son, Larry Darnell Lynch Jr., Monroeville; two daughters, Aquilla Gardner, Ensley; Sapphira (William) Lee, Mexia; four sisters, Myrtis Lynch, Stockton; Felicia (Kenneth) Hill, Pensacola, Fla., Marquita Lynch, Alexis Lynch, both of Columbia, S.C.; one brother, Freddie (Mico) Lynch, Bay Minette; three grandchildren, Dar- Shawn Lynch, Ensley Lett and William Lee; aunts; Dorothy James, Atlanta, Ga., Velma (Elisha) Williams, Springfield, Virginia, Emma Thomas, Tuscaloosa, Deritha (Thomas) Cox, Bay Minette, Lela (Tyrone) Hollinger, Robertsdale, Mary Lou Williams and Bertha (Clarence) Williams, both of Tensaw, Yvone (Charles A.) Williams, Atmore; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends; one devoted friend, Jimmy Johnson.
The service was April 15 at 2 p.m. at First Missionary Baptist Church in Tensaw with Rev. Leo Campbell, pastor and eulogist. Burial was in the Tensaw Memorial Cemetery.
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Andrews Funeral Home directed.