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Eugenia Constancia Boddie-Lynch Dies at 88

Eugenia Constancia Boddie-Lynch

Eugenia Constancia Boddie-Lynch, also known as “Baby,” of Estate Glynn died on April 23. She was 88 years old.

She was preceded in death by her spouse, James Lynch; mother, Gladys Boddie; father, Samuel Liburd; and son, Curtis Lynch.

She is survived by her daughters: Carol Boddie (N.Y.), Mable Lynch-Henry and Bernadette Lynch-Herbert (Ga.); sons: James Lynch (stepson) and Eugene Lynch; granddaughters: Corine Isaac (Texas), Alicia Henry (Md.), Brené Herbert (Ga.), Cassandra Lynch (N.C.), Dianne Baptiste (N.Y.) and Nakima Baptiste (N.Y.); grandsons: Turhan Berne Jr. (Va.), Warren Henry Jr. (Md.), Eugene Lynch, Jr. (Texas), Cory Lynch (Ga.), Neville Baptiste, Jr. (N.Y.), Jamalco Baptiste (N.Y.) and Travis Baptiste (N.Y.); great-granddaughters: Faith Isaac (Texas), Aniyah Clark (Texas), T’Nykah Berne (Va.), T’Naysia Berne (Va.), Kamali Williams (N.Y.), Keiora Williams (N.Y.), Kayla Baptiste (N.Y.), Jada Baptiste (N.Y.), Jahisha Walters (N.C.) and Jahmarley Walters (N.C.).

As well as great-grandsons: Codarius Isaac (Texas), Anthony Clark Jr. (Texas), Tehraun Berne (Va.), Tristan Williams (N.Y.), Wakil Baptiste (N.Y.), Jaeson Baptiste (NY.)., Raheem Guy (N.Y.) and Jahfari Sommersil (N.C.); daughters-in-law: Tina Lynch (Ga.) and Laurie Roberts-Lynch; sons-in-law: Warren Henry Sr. and Brian Herbert (Ga.); grandson-in-law, Corey Isaac (Texas); granddaughter, Anika Forbes; and adopted mom to: Ramona Crittenden-Herbert (N.J.), Valencia Henry, Eliza Combie, Merissa Encarnacion (Ga.), Marva Shoy, Fay Shervington, Janice John, Emile Daniel (Conn.) and Robert Henry (Conn.).

As well as adopted grandma to: Ialena Harris (Mo.), Ronette Nesbitt (Ga.), Melissa Nesbitt (Ga.), La’Tonya Nesbitt, Shenee Henry (Ga.), Ashley Henry (Ga.), Paige Combie, Tamiel Daniel (Conn.), Dynelle Baptiste (St. Thomas), Mateo Herbert (N.J.), Robert Herbert (N.J.), George Nesbitt Jr. (Md.), Douglas Nesbitt, Oral Henry Jr. (Fla.), Brandon Combie (Fla.), Torean Daniel (Conn.), Damien Daniel (Conn.), Robert Henry Jr. (N.Y.) and Shantel Cogman; and adopted great-grandma to: Aaren and Mike Doward, A’Mair and Omari Henry, Rosai Thomas, Sabrina Highbarger, George III and Melanie Nesbitt, Jordyn and Trinity Hull.

As well as godchildren: Diane Thomas, Aaron Benjamin, Brian Petersen, Dena, Rasheed, Akeem and Malik Graham, Cleantha Samuel and Azirah Mingo; and special friends and family: Rupert Henry (Nev.), Clara Henry (deceased), Charles Dowdy Jr. (St. Thomas), Cecilia Ann Decuir and family (La.), Dora Owens and family (Ga.), Velma Franklin and family (Md.), Rhonda Smalls and family (Germany), Charles, Ladies of Holy Cross Episcopal Anglican Church, the Combie family, Alphonse Berne and family, Suliveres family, Elvina Martin, Dalhia Browne, Janet Liburd and family, George Nesbitt Sr., Blackman family and Fahie family.

As well as more special friends and family: the Williams family, Claudia Graham and family, Teresa Lynch, Myrtle Roberts and family, Joyanne Aarndel and family, Alexandrina Roberts, John and Gwendolyn DeGrasse, Russell Newton and family, Eunice Gomes, Sarah and Sue, Josephine Boddie, Alesis Boddie Morris, Aretha Boddie McFarlane, Boddie family, Roberts family, Eliza Joshua, Muriel Liburd, Myra Hendricks and the CHS Class of 1980, Germaine Miller, Martha Nicholas and family, Racine and Raenelle Thomas, CHES and Alfredo Andrews family; and many more family and friends too numerous to mention.

The viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by the funeral service at 10 a.m., Thursday, May 4, at Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Upper Love. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

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