Lynette Hopkinson

May 23, 1925January 3, 2021
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Lynette passed away peacefully on January 3, 2021. She is fondly remembered by her sister, Thelma Hopkinson, and her brother, Leslie Hopkinson, her cousins, nieces and nephews.

Due to the current covid pandemic a private family service will be held at the Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home.


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Simone Vieira

January 10, 2021

My Aunt Lynette was like an Angel. I was so privileged to have her as my special Aunt who meant so much to me. I have many memories of my Aunt Lynette spending lots of her days humming her hymns and writing her Bible verses. She brought such calm whenever I was in her presence and her smile was infectious, it could light up a room.

My Aunt's legacy was to help others around her. She was such a blessing, an important part of our family and was well loved by all.

Although she is no longer here, she will be missed. My memories will always bring a smile whenever I think of her. She will be forever in our hearts.

Rest in Peace Aunt Lynette

Joy Simone

Megan Durrani

January 10, 2021

My aunt Lynette will always be in my memories, of which there are so many. She was so funny without knowing it and ha a wonderfulsense of humour. My aunt was more than just an aunt, she was, along with my grandmother,
the first two mother figures I knew growing up in my grandparents home from a baby with my two brothers Derick and Colin. She was our nurse, comforter, protector and so much more. We all have much to thank her for. So sorry wont be able to attend her funeral in person.Love you always my sweet kind Aunt/Mother. Its your time to rest in peace 🙏🏾❤

Helen Hunte-Walle

January 10, 2021

Although I didn't get to spend much time with Aunty Lynette, just on my two visits to Guyana as a child, she made a huge impression on me! She was larger than life, had a great laugh, a wonderful sense of humour, a fantastic cook and artistic and talented, she made a dress for me in about an hour with no pattern!! She was also stubborn and authoritative, you knew you had to behave yourself with her : ) !!

She and my mother, Ismay, were close in age and she would tell me stories of her and Aunty Lynette growing up. My Mom missed not being able to see all of her sisters as often as she would have liked, but I think she missed Aunty Lynette the most, there was a special bond between them. I know they'll be happy to see each other again, they have a lot to catch up on.

Simone Indira Johnson

January 9, 2021

My dear Auntie Thelma and Joy.
Thank you for sharing the information about Auntie Lynette's illness and passing. My mom wanted to pass on her Thanks and Gratitude to you for all the kindness that she showed us.
We will never forget her. We pray that you and your family will be blessed with health,comfort,and peace as you keep her memory forever in your hearts. We will always be thankful for all Auntie Lynette did for us.
May God bless you all.
Mom,Simone ,Lyn and Dexter

Desiree Hopkinson

January 9, 2021

My Auntie Lynnette have always in my eyes been my heroine and the one I honour because of her age. Many of is would not get to see that age, but she has been the strongest in our family for many years.
I do have memories of her sending emails to me, I would always get excited to read what she had sent. This was when aunt Desiree was teaching her to use yahoo mail. I still have her emails. I personally kept her cookbooks because i say one day they are going to come in handy.
You will be missed Dear Aunty Lynette.
Till we meet again, love you always.

Frank(Colin) Hopkinson

January 7, 2021

Aunt Lynette took care of me from a baby...I will always be grateful for her...the night walks to the seawall with her...roti and first birthday celebration. Took care of me when i was sick. She was much more than just an Aunt...much much more.

Catherine Ramdin-Whittington

January 6, 2021

I remember aunty Lynette very fondly from when my dad would take us to visit every weekend. She would fuss over us to get us soft drinks and cakes or whatever was available. When I was in H. S I would stop by there on my way to the gym and uncle Happy her father would ask her to make some tea and toast for me and it was the beast toast I've ever had. Aunty Lynette will be missed. May God grant her soul a resting place until Jesus comes again. Amen 🙏