Lynn Michelle Alexander

August 2, 1968 - November 26, 2015

Lynn Michelle Alexander of Lancaster, Texas passed away November 26, 2015 at the age of 47. She was born August 2, 1968 in Dallas, Texas.   Lynn was of the Baptist Faith.

She is survived by her son, Jay Allen of Lancaster, Texas; grandfather, Leon Alexander of Richardson; aunt, Carol Alexander also of Richardson; sister, Sandra Harris of Dallas; lifelong friends, Toni Bryant, Jamal Young, and Stephanie Hall; and a host of niece’s nephews and other relatives and friends.

Lynn was preceded in death by her mother, Linda B. Harris; aunt, Cheryl Barnes; grandmother, LeeAnna Alexander; and nephew, Darius MayBerry.

A funeral service will be held 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 5, 2015 at First Baptist Church of Hamilton Park, 300 E. Phillips Street, Richardson, Texas 75081. Interment will immediately follow at Restland Cemetery in Dallas, Texas. The family will receive friends during a visitation on Friday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the church.

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So sorry for your loss Jay. I just recently learned of Ms.Lynn’s passing but I know even though time has gone on the memories last a lifetime. Lynn was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was always there for anyone in their time of need. She truly had a heart of gold. A pure angel that God allowed us to be blessed with during her time on earth. I know she’s back in the kingdom of heaven sitting at the throne with our father proud because she did his work and her job was done. Rest Easy beautiful. You are loved and missed dearly. I know I’m a bit late but Jay I’m here for you if you need me...all you have to do is reach out.
Brittany Brackens , October 28, 2019 Lynn, We love and miss you! She was a wonderful sweet woman. She went out of her way to help those of us in need. She truely gave of herself. She opened her home to complete strangers just so they could have a place to call home. Myself and david are both truely greatful for everything she did for us. R.I.P. our beautiful angel! We will always remember evertything you stood for. Thank you so very much! Jay we are here for you if you need us made. kirsty cottingham, January 2, 2016 I give my sympathy to the family and friends. I'm so sorry for your loss. I know you all are going through a tough time. May the fond memories of your loved one warm your heart. May God comfort you all and also help you all to endure. (Isaiah 25:8 and Psalm 37:29). J. Miles, December 4, 2015 At a time like this, we need to call on the name of Jesus. We must also remember that we are here only for a season. When our mission, that God has given us is over, those of us that believe in our heart that God has raised Him from the dead and have confessed with our mouths, we shall be saved and wear that crown of glory. My cousin has finished her race. She walked through the ribbon and crossed the finish line November 26, 2015. Her crown belongs to her. Well done my good and faithful servant said the Lord. Family, get right with the Lord, for our time draws near daily. Jay, we are here for you when you need us. Your cousins, Rose, Phyllis, Snook, Chris, CJ, Ca'Myra, Jamey, Jemal, Jalynn, Jordan, Jarrod, Selina, Jaxson, Jasiah, Alyssa and John. Jamesetta Shepard, December 2, 2015