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Whitten Monelison Chapel

3966 South Amherst Highway, Madison Heights, VA

OBITUARY

Frances Lynn West

August 27, 1978May 7, 2020

Frances Lynn West, 41, of Monroe, passed away Thursday, May 7, 2020, at her residence.

Born August 27, 1978, in Lynchburg, she was the daughter of the late Gregory Allen Hamilton, Sr. and Linda Coleman Hamilton. Lynn was a Manager with Food Lion in Madison Heights at Amelon Square.

Lynn is survived by her best friend, Stephen West of Monroe; two children, Stephen Michael West and Jessica West, both of Monroe; five sisters, Regina Bishop (Kathy) of Lynchburg, Tina Hamilton, Michelle Drummond, Linda Cartwright (Milton), and Carrie Hamilton, all of Madison Heights; one brother, Gregory Allen Hamilton, Jr. of Appomattox and many other loving family members and friends. Lynn is also survived by her fiancé, Danny Ray Williams of Monroe. .

A memorial service will be conducted at a later date.

Those wishing to make memorial contributions in Lynn’s memory are asked to consider their favorite charity.

To send online condolences to the family, please visit www.whittenmonelison.com.

Whitten Monelison Chapel is serving the family, (434) 929-5712.

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Terry Beverley

May 20, 2020

My condolences to the family and friends. You all are in my continued prayers during this time of loss. I remember when I first started growing my beard and Lynn saw it for the first time at Wendys in Madison Heights. Oh my God she couldn’t stop laughing because it was new to her and strange to see a full grown beard on me. She had know me for years and was shocked at the beard. I will miss her greatly. Im glad I could give her that good laugh.

Shaneitra Murrell

May 12, 2020

I met Lynn working at the hotel with me . Always full of laughter and smiles even on a bad day, included is a photo from a Halloween party at the job

Amy Sigafoos

May 11, 2020

We met working at the hotel. Always full of smiles and making us y’all laugh no matter how tired and if she was having a bad day she always made us laugh. She loved talking about her family. She had a big heart and even bigger smile. Gonna miss you. Fly high baby girl.

Michelle East

May 10, 2020

I did not know Lynn for a long period of time. We worked together at Food Lion. Her first day there she had me ROFLMAO....she was always in a good mood. Outgoing and friendly to a fault with everyone she met and I don't think she ever met a stranger. Go rest high on your mountain now Lynn, your work on Earth is done, (Vince Gill), Blake, Raven, and I will look after Jess. No worries girl.
Love you to the moon and back.

Michelle Drummond

May 9, 2020

God I miss you more the words can say mom and dad 5 girls and one boy equals 6 half a circle is broken you was my baby sister only by year I know we haven't talked is 6 years very much but before that we had the same friends we hung out we parties we had our kids together you're always there for the boys you are always there for Kaylin what I had my little man that I was fostered you would always come and steal him and claim him as he was yours says I love you so much I don't know what else to say I'm heartbroken and sad just see if Mikey jessica has gotten so big every time I run into them it breaks my heart that I missed 6 years of their Lives you are awesome mother and always the funniest sister in the whole entire world I love you so much Rest In Pieces always my sister never will be forgotten to infinity and beyond I will love you forever please give Mom and Dad a kiss for me and tell them that I love them and Granny hello up there in Joyce's to enjoy your time with mom and dad and grandma I love you sis I miss you like crazy I just wish I could have talked to you a little bit more I'm sorry for everything I've done I love you

Lisa Hackney

May 9, 2020

Gina, Kathy, Gail, Michelle, Allen, Tina, Brittney, Kimmy, Chucky:
Words can not begin to describe the pain I am feeling for you all, and how very sorry I am for your loss.
Lynn was a truly amazing woman, mother, sister and friend. I will always remember her smile and the way that she always found a way to make you laugh, even when all you wanted to do was cry. She had a way of looking at the world that made it not seem so bad or scary. I will always treasure our friendship, and know that I am a much better person for having known her... for knowing ALL of you.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Sending an abundance of love, light, comfort and peace. Please let me know if there is anything I can do. I love you all.

Shelby Campbell

May 9, 2020

Lynn, I have went through all of our school years together with you!! You were always a beautiful soul!! I will never forget you and I'm so Thankful for the many years of knowing you!! This is a absolute shock, you are taken to soon!!! God knows best!! Fly high my sweet girl!! Love you always.

Cathy Eades

May 9, 2020

Lynn, you was such a carefree and outgoing person, everyone loved you and loved being around you. You were the life of he party and will truly be missed by many. My heart goes out to the family, she loved you all so much. Prayers for all.

Lauren Dingman

May 9, 2020

I just can't believe my lovely friend is no longer here. I met her back in August through Food Lion to go. She was the sweetest and kindest woman. We became fast friends. I will miss her smiling face and her hugs, going to Food Lion will never be the same. My prayers are with her family.

Brianna Fitzgerald

May 9, 2020

Lynn will be missed, she definitely made work a lot easier.❤️

FROM THE FAMILY

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