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Lynette Jo Davidson

June 2, 1980September 7, 2019

Lynette Jo Davidson, 39, of Fortson, Georgia passed away on September 7, 2019 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.

Lynette was born on June 2, 1980 in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was married to Richard “Rick” L. Davidson together they lived in Harris County, Georgia. Lynette was Christian by faith and attended Antioch Baptist Church. She was a volunteer at the Antioch Volunteer Fire Department in Harris County as a First Responder. She was also recently certified as a CPR instructor. Lynette was a loving daughter, wife, mother and grandmother who loved large with a heart of gold. She loved to help people and it showed in all she did for others.

She leaves her loving legacy to be cherished by her loving husband, Richard “Rick” Davidson; her loving Mom, Diana L. Lowe; her loving Dad, Timothy Wayne Lowe and his wife Becky; her loving children: Adrian Davis, Kyle Davis and Jordyn Lowe; her loving stepchildren: James Davidson and his wife Candice, Cole Davidson, and Shelby Davidson; her loving granddaughter, Violet Torres; her loving grandfather, Albert Lowe; her loving sisters, Jina Kidd, Brionna Lowe and Elizabeth Jameinez; her loving brother, John Albright and his wife Jessica; her loving step brothers: Timothy John Bentzen and his wife, Miranda, and Andrew Joseph Bentzen; her loving brothers-in-law: Marty Davidson and Ray Davidson and his wife Mary; and numerous other relatives and great friends. Lynette was preceded in death by her paternal grandmother, Jewell Lowe and her biological father, Jonathan Lamion Albright.

Her family will celebrate her life with a memorial service at the Antioch Volunteer Fire Department Station 1, Harris County, Georgia on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 7:00 PM.

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  • A Memorial Service Wednesday, September 11, 2019


Lynette Jo Davidson

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Hannah "Hunney" White

September 16, 2019

The first time Net and I met years ago we clicked instantly. Over time our families became like one and our kids was just that OUR kids. We have seen and supported each other through the best of times and also the worst. She was my go to, my rock, my shoulder to cry on, my counselor, my best friend but most importantly she was my person. The unbreakable bond and love we shared was very special, unique, and could never be filled by another.

To Net,
It is still hard to believe you are gone. I keep expecting a random text from you saying Hello beautiful or I miss you so much but love you even more. You have always and will forever be in my phone, heart, and memories as my wife! 😋😊There will never be another... You truly were a blessing to us all!! Thank you for everything!! I love you infinity + 1! We miss you terribly! You will forever be in our thoughts, in our heart, and shall continue to live through our memories and the kindness we pass on to others! Give Daddy and Papa loves for us!! Fly high my beautiful angel!
Until we meet again...
Forever and Always,

Leah Herrington

September 12, 2019

Roughly 15 years ago I met this beautiful spunky lady & her family, and they instantly accepted me as part of the family. Lynette was there for me as I became a mother & our children grew up "siblings". We were there for birthday parties & it was understood that on the dreaded school paperwork we were each listed. Lynette & the kids moved away from Baxley a few times but we Always stayed in contact with each other even if we didn't talk on a regular basis. I admire how great she was at helping others no matter what she had going on in her own life. I accept the challenge & will do my best to pay kindness forward just as my Friend did each day.

To the Family: "Be strong and courageous! Do not be afraid or discouraged. For the LORD your GOD is with you wherever you go" - Joshua 1:9

Linda Shirar,Rogers

September 11, 2019

Lynette, I'll always remember your smile and laugh and those big dimples. You was my first granddaughter and I named you Rosebud and pick up your mom and you for the weekend .I missed out on alot of your life but I loved you and thought of you offen .RIP and tell everyone hi for all of us till we get there too .love you always and forever and a day .your grandma linda kisses and hugs to your children love you all grandma.

Deedee Anderson

September 11, 2019

Lynette. I remember when we first met at mom and dads. We were both kinda new to the family. Perhaps that is why we stuck together. I love you sis and u will be missed greatly.

Erin Ingram

September 11, 2019

Lynette was always laughing and wearing a smile. She always had something positive to say about everyone and willing to help others. I have fond memories of visiting Aunts and Uncles together as children and adults with our own children. Erin

Jina Kidd

September 11, 2019

I remember back when my sister and I were younger how we would always make mud pies, dance and laugh together. We got older and forgot the mud pies and started baking regular pies, talking , dancing and making fond memories.