of Mountain Home, AR
August 4, 2021
Lynette D. Hampton lived in Mountain Home, AR. She was born in Metropolitan Borough of Lambeth England on July 25, 1956. She passed away Wednesday August 4, 2021 at the age of 65. Lynette was preceded in death by her father Leonard V. Hampton and grandparents. Lynette is survived by her mother Sylvia D. Hampton, brothers Leonard Hampton and Lance Hampton. Daughters; Jennifer Reed, Rebecca Conner, and Rachel Howard. Five grandchildren; Joshua Conner Jr., Jasmine Conner, Grace Reed, Gretchen Howard, and Jase Conner. Nieces; Nicole Hampton, Lauren Hampton, and Ashley Hampton and a Nephew, Chad Hampton. Lynette owned a car dealership for many years in Ozark, MO. She loved all kinds of music but her favorite was the blues and Motown. One of her favorite blues artist was Anthony Gomes, she went to see him many times. She loved boating, fishing and swimming but her favorite place to be was at the beach with her feet in the sand. She loved playing poker and had many friends. She loved to shop and some of her favorite things to shop for were her boots, coach purses, hats, and scarves. Her very best friend was her dog Sugar. She loved all the holidays but her favorite was Christmas. Lynette was beautiful and loving she had a laid back personality. She was funny, kind, strong-willed, caring, straight forward and generous. She held a special place in her heart for the veterans and would do all she could for them. She loved the United States and would show it. She will be greatly missed and gone way too soon. Isaiah 40:31- But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.
My mother (Mary Ann) and Lynette were school bus drivers together at district 300.. I remember a lot of the craziness that the bus drivers used to cause in their free time lol.. A few of these crazy ladies remained friends for many years. I am sorry for you girls's loss and all the grand kids. Hugs and kisses to everyone
Loved playing poker with you even though we didn't know each other very well. You will be missed.
Oh my sweet Lynette! I miss you so much! Thank you, so much, for loving me and wanting me in your life. You blessed me so much! I loved talking with you, and am so happy we shared our love of music, and our love for Anthony Gomes! I will never forget our adventure to Branson, and the laughter and fun we all had. Watch over all of us, and know, there's a significant void in my life, without you. I am comforted by the fact that you are safe in the arms of God. Until we meet again......
I'm going to miss my dear sweet friend Lynette. She was one of the most caring and loving people you could ever meet full of love laughter we have listened to the blues together many many times she love to hear Anthony Gomes. And kid Rock. I am going to miss riding down the road with you and listening to those two on the radio. She was also one of the best poker players we used to tease each other about our boots I wanted hers she said she wanted mine I told her she could have mine cuz she had a whole lot more than what I did lol. You are forever going to be in my heart forever rest in peace my dear sweet friend I'll see you again someday
Loved playing poker with you
What a firecracker of wit and charm. Lynette will be missed but never forgotten by those she came in contact with. Kid Rock was another of her favorites in music and I can hear her now requesting it on a Jukebox above. God Bless and my deepest condolences to the family.
I will miss my poker friend. You were a good friend and laughed at my corney jokes. Rest in peace Lynnete.
I'm surely going to miss you Lynette I loved the fact that our friendship was unconditional. You give me a million laughs a million memories a million scares a million tears a million stories that's 5 million reason why I will miss you so very dearly and 5 million reasons that I wait upon seeing you again up above
Sending love and prayers from Brenna and kids.
Fond memories, know that she is at peace under the Lords arms❤️