Mrs. Hattie Lee Richardson Lynch the daughter of the late Eddie Richardson, Sr. and the late Willie Mae Law Richardson was born November 21, 1939 in Lee County, South Carolina. She departed this earthly life on Friday July 2, 2021 in Winston Salem, North Carolina
At an early age, Hattie confessed her faith in Christ and joined Saint Paul United Methodist Church in Elliott, South Carolina.
She attended the Public-School Systems in Elliott, South Carolina.
Hattie was joined in martial bliss to the late Carl Lynch. This union was blessed with seven daughters.
Hattie was employed with South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (SCDDSN) and retired after 30 years of service.
Hattie was preceded death by her parents, Eddie Richardson, Sr. and Willie Mae Richardson; a daughter, Sharon Richardson; a grandson, Demetriou Richardson; a great granddaughter, My’nesh Miller; her grandmother, Flonde Workman Lewis; and grandfather, Joe Laws, Sr.
Hattie leaves to cherish precious memories: six daughters, Sandra (Zebeedee) Johnson, Mary Robinson, Aggie (Clifton) Graham, Apostle Carla (Pastor Lewis) Eaddy, Olivia Lynch, and Tracy Lynch; “6 Generations” eighteen grandchildren, Tishia Richardson, Gafaskie Richardson, Tonya Gross, Kenya Richardson, Andre Richardson, Chequita Lynch, Dion Richardson, Rodrick Lynch, Demario Lynch, Ty’esha Richardson, My’Kena Lynch, Ni’oak Richardson, Calvin Lynch, April McCullum, Delai (Odell) Bradley, Ashley Lynch, Sierra (Randy) Williams, and Rafielle Lynch; 64 great grandchildren; 53 great-great grandchildren; 39 great great great-grandchildren; one brother, Eddie (Rose) Richardson, Jr. of Elliott, South Carolina; two sisters, Ethel Wilson of Winston Salem, North Carolina and Patrice Robinson of Hartsville, South Carolina; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
The family will receive friends at 2017 Barnswell Drive, Florence, SC
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