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Lynn Margo Swafford

3 juillet , 195023 janvier , 2020

Lynn M. Swafford was born on July 3, 1950 to Esther Louise and George Berrien Sorrells and passed away in her home on January 23, 2020.

Our mother was an exceptional woman. God knew what he was doing when he made her. To know our mother was to love her. Growing up she was strict with us and we like to think we are better women today because of it. She was a selfless person doing everything she could to help everyone possible. She loved coffee, a good laugh and conversation. The one thing she loved more was her family. Family always came first, even before herself.

She was preceded in death by her mother and father, as well as, her elder brother, Charles. She is survived by her daughters, Shannon Pierce (Thad Pierce) and Ashley Swafford and her grandchildren, Neveah and Bella. She is also survived by her brother, Wayne Williams, nieces and nephews and many cousins.

Visitation for Mrs. Swafford will be held on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 11:00AM - 1:00PM at Horis A. Ward Funeral Home-Fairview Chapel, 376 Fairview Road, Stockbridge, Georgia with the Funeral Service beginning at 1:00PM. The Interment will immediately follow in Westview Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation mardi, 28 janvier , 2020
  • Funeral Service mardi, 28 janvier , 2020
  • Committal Service mardi, 28 janvier , 2020

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Lynn Margo Swafford

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Shannon Pierce

28 janvier , 2020

Shannon Pierce

28 janvier , 2020

Shannon Pierce

28 janvier , 2020

Shannon Pierce

28 janvier , 2020

Shannon Pierce

27 janvier , 2020

Mama,
What can I say. I miss you like crazy. I am the woman I am today because of you. I know I wasn't always easy to live with. You are and will be the best mother ever. I am so glad God chose you to be my Mama. You taught me everything I know, especially how to love. I will miss our daily coffee dates. Thank you for everything mama. Fly high and I'll be seeing you my guardian angel.
Your oldest babygirl
Shunie (Shannon)

Ashley Swafford

27 janvier , 2020

Mama I hate that it takes loosing someone you love to make you realize things you should have before they were gone. I will never by any means be able to pay back all the times you had my back even when I was sure you didn't. I couldn't have asked for a better mother. You always did right by me mama. You always had my best interest in mind, you knew what I needed despite what I wanted. You had to show me tough love so I could see the reason for your decisions and realize that all you ever wanted was the best for me. I can honestly say throughout my entire life there was never a time that you failed me. We were never rich but we always had more than we needed. We never went without, the bills were always paid. You were the only one there for me when I needed it most. Without question you stepped in and became the mother I couldn't be at the time and made sure my babies were taken care of. You were my number one fan mama and I'm forever grateful for the life you gave me and the unconditional love that never failed me. I love you mama more than anything and I promise to never stop trying to be better. I cant have you here physically mama but I know you will always be with me and that gives me peace. The Mother of a lifetime award belongs to you. God knows you earned it. Give daddy a big hug and kiss for me and tell him that there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of him. Tell him I love him. The two of you were the best parents I could have asked for and even though I'm accomplished at messing things up, y'all did an amazing job being my parents and I'm grateful you were mine. Until we meet again, I will carry you in my heart and strive to live up to your example and make you proud. I love you both more than anything. All my Love, Your BABY GIRL ASHLEY

Amy Atwell

26 janvier , 2020

Margo, 🤔 I had forgotten your middle name and what a beautiful name it is. I wish I had remembered it, I think I probably would've named a child of mine Margo, I'm serio. Lynn and I grew up somewhat close in age & lived close by, in the same neighborhood.

I recall all the fun times, mostly the laughter Lynn brought out in most everyone. She was always so much fun, positive, quite the character when she wanted to be & with creative ideas.
We had good times, bad times & some times a lil unexpected bad luck, well for me mostly, lol....thanks to our fun I was able to probably set a world record for having no front teeth the longest, hehehe...... long story short i was old enough to stand on my own, Lynn was 9, 10.. I was jumping into arms from the porch pedistool when she was destracted by an adult, just as she looked away I was mid air, then BAM! i hit concrete and from that day on until my adult teeth grew in I had NO front teeth 😲😱 & reigned Snaggletooth, lol🤣hahahahaha... but this never put a bridge between us nor really talked about it much though she did feel bad it happened but I knew it wasn't her fault but she would still console me when it was needed, didn't like being made fun of after so many years anymore, it upset me .... Lynn had a way of making me forget the negatives and find a way to laugh about it.
I think because of her positivity I learned to handle anything negative and push it aside. A Blessing in disguise that made me stronger... Lord knows it has come in handy far too many times.
I Love You Lynn for being you & Loving life, i wish the closeness we shared for so many years had not of faded, living close by was nice, convenient. I sure couldve used more of that positivity as I could Now.....
I will never forget our lives together and definitely not You. Your a beautiful Soul that I see noone ever wanting to forget..
I will see you at the pearly gates soon, I hope you'll be there to greet me.. 😘 your cousin,
Amy

Diana Gray

26 janvier , 2020

I had such fun meeting Lynn And going to the grocery with her. She was so sweet and funny and so thankful for the help provided. Even when times were tough for her and your family, she worried about my car acting up and my diabetes. She was truly a wonderful woman.

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