Tammy Jean Lynch Gilbert

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Tammy Jean Lynch Gilbert, age 55, was taken away from her loved ones on Jan.5th 2019. She is survived by her 3 children Mark Burnett, age 40, of Canton, GA, Alicia Mathis, age 34, of Canton, GA, Chrystal Kelley- Williams, age 23, of Ball Ground, GA, Survived by her 4 siblings Mindy (Lynch) Davis  of Canton, GA, Lisa (Lynch) Pendergass of Southaven, MS, Lauren Lynch of Canton, GA, Robin (Lynch ) McAllister of Canton, GA, Also she left behind 5 grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was a beautiful soul that touched many hearts and she will be missed by everyone.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 12, 2019, 3 PM, at Rock of Ages Church, 2561 Sam Nelson Rd., Canton, GA.  Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, Acworth, GA  678-574-3016


6 Comments To "Tammy Jean Lynch Gilbert"

Desiree Simmons On Jan 09 2019 at 4pm
Tammy always was a good person. She always treated Lena awesome. To the family I am truly sorry for your loss. David has my number please let me know if there is anything I can do. Reply to this comment
Robin lynch On Jan 10 2019 at 4pm
Thank u very much for the kind word's of my sister she was a great woman who didnt deserve this . She loved lena an she is a very sweet girl THANK u again desiree
Robin lynch mcallister On Jan 09 2019 at 4pm
Tammy lynch one of my oldest sisters She was taken from us to soon My sister was my best friend my hero she was such a happy loving person to anyone she was funny she was the best remedy doctor she could heal anything u was always welcomed in to hee home with a smile an u was always feed u never left her house hungry my sister would never sugar coat anything she told u true facts an she would listen to anyone an try an help them with knowledge she would tell u if u was messing up an try guied u in the right way my heart is so broken i just cant believe this is real my sister taught me so much in life all my siblings did r rock part of the family is gone My sisyer was loved by so many an she loved ever one her kids,grandkids,an nieces an nephews ,great nephew's an neices an family was her world we will never let u be forgotten sis i promise this is so hard to deal with my sister is gone forever A beautiful person is gone u the greatest sis i love u your little sister robin Reply to this comment
Diane leonhardt On Jan 09 2019 at 11am
Tammy was my beloved cousin that we all loved and still love.remembering Our childhood days together is a blessing.Our God will take good care of you Tammy.Much Love to you. Reply to this comment
Kelly young On Jan 08 2019 at 9pm
Tammy was a vibrant spirit who knew how to make people smile.. she always had kind words and would help anyone she knew.. I’ve know Tammy for 13 years and was the first family member of robins to meet.. she was the wildest and we always seemed to have a good time with her.. she had no hesitation to say what she felt or set the record straight.. we lost a amazing part of this family the day when she was taken from us and will never be the same without her crazy rock collecting or JB welds or Ms. Google Doctor.. she had a remedy for it all and if we only had a remedy to bring her back we would.. we love you nana and we will always keep your memory alive through love.. our guardian angel now.. love always Kelly Reply to this comment
Angela H On Jan 11 2019 at 12pm
Please accept my condolences. It's hard to lose a loved one in death and unfortunately there is nothing we can do to bring the person back to life. But the Bible gives us real comfort. It shows how much Jehovah and Jesus yearn to reunite us with our loved ones. (Job 14:14,15) They want us to embrace our lived ones again. Then the pain we feel in our hearts will be healed. This is what the Bible calls the resurrection. (Acts 24:15) In the meantime here are a few scriptures that can be a source of comfort John 11:1-44 and Psalm 142:2,5.
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