Lynda Kay (Stone) Warner passed away January 5, 2022 at the age of 74 years old. She had a joyous reunion with her mother, father, and a host of family and friends. She was reunited with the most important person in her life, her Savior and Redeemer Jesus Christ.
Lynda was born September 11, 1947 in Waycross, Ware County, Georgia to the loving parents of Edna and Edward “Bud” Stone. She was the second of five children. Lynda and her family moved to Jacksonville, Florida at the age of 6. At an early age she developed a love for her Savior and spent many hours in His service. She graduated from Andrew Jackson High school in 1966.
Lynda spent her years working tirelessly for her family and church. She held many callings in her church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Lynda retired from Duval County Public Schools as a front office worker at San Mateo Elementary. She enjoyed her job working with parents and children. She was loved by many for her sweet, loving demeanor. She touched the lives of everyone she came into contact with.
Lynda is survived by her four children: Lisa Hatfield (Al) of Fleming Island, FL; Kevin Ashe (Kathy) of Orange Park, FL; Victoria Sullivan of Fleming Island, FL; and William “Andy” Warner of Orange Park, FL; and eleven grandchildren: Brian Ashe, Emily Gartside (Ben), Kevin Brian “KB” Ashe ll, Zach Hale, Jared Ashe, Jacob Ashe, Tobie Hale, Amanda Scheurman, Nate Wood, Dillon Kale, and Avery Ashe. Lynda is also survived by her four siblings Richard Stone (Janice), Susan Jenkins (James), and Mark Stone (Manya). She was there to greet her brother Ben Stone when he passed Saturday, January 8, 2022.
The hole in hearts will never mend and she will be greatly missed by the family she leaves behind, but the family rejoices in knowing that she is at peace.
Lynda will be cremated and her ashes will be buried near her beloved parents at Evergreen Cemetery in Jacksonville, Florida.
A Memorial Service will be held in honor of the life of this much loved and remarkable woman on January 29, 2022 at 11:00am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 780 Water Oak Lane, Fleming Island, FL.
In lieu of flowers, the family prefers donations to be made in Lynda Warner’s honor to the Food Pantry of Green Cove Springs.
The family would like to thank the staff at Baptist Clay and Baptist South for the WONDERFUL care Lynda received. They will forever hold a special place in our hearts for the dignity, love and respect they showed towards our mother and family during this incredibly difficult time.
I always knew Lynda and I was close. Looks like our birthday is only 3 days apart. My parents are buried next to the Muse family. Lynda we will all be together one day soon. Praise God and bless the family.
Lynda was one of my best friends in Highschool. I am so sad to lose contact with her. I always hoped she would come to the reunions. My prayers are with her family.
Lisa and family, I’m so sorry for your loss of your mom. My love and prayers are with you all now and especially the days ahead..
She was like my best friend. She always picked me up and took me home when it poured so i didnt have to use the bus. I cherished our lunches and times together.