Lynette MacCammond, 68, of Bridge City, Texas departed this dark, dull, sin infested world and joyfully arrived in her new lucid, gloriously eternal home on March 14,2023.
Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m., March 18, 2023, with visitation beginning at 1:00 p.m., at Liberty Baptist Church in Bridge City. Officiating will be Liberty Baptist Pastor, Dr. Jeremy Bradshaw.
Lynette was born in Port Arthur, Texas, on February 6, 1955. She was the daughter of Morris and Helen Guyote.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Morris & Helen Guyote, and brother, Kirk Guyote.
She is survived by her husband of over 50 years Mike MacCammond, son and daughter-in-law Aaron & Shanna MacCammond and daughter and son-in-law Amber & Larry Strong. Grandsons Ian and Sterling MacCammond and granddaughter and husband Abigail and Tucker Stout, granddaughters Marlie, Emery and Lakely Strong and great grandchildren Breagan, Noah, Rainy & Motley Stout. She is also survived by her brother Freddie and wife Cathy Guyote, Richard and wife Terry Guyote, sister Roxanne and husband Bobby Hanks and sister-in-law Karla Guyote, brothers-in-law Keith MacCammond and Hugh MacCammond and wife Sabrina. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and great nephews and nieces.
Lynette never sought to gain attention to herself, but rather heaped praise and congratulations upon those around her so that they might be recognized for their worthiness and generosity. She was content to be a loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. Her goal in life was to raise up God fearing, God loving children and grandchildren. She prayed daily that her character, conduct, and conversation was such that others saw Jesus through her.
During her war with cancer, she won many battles by just lifting up others in the same situation as hers with kind and encouraging words. She always expressed her belief that holding fast to their faith and belief in a righteous, loving and healing God would get them through whatever dilemma they may face. Even though her condition was much worse than many toward the end of her war, she still continued to encourage all she met to never waiver in their faith and belief that we serve an awesome God.
Her attitude toward her situation fighting breast cancer was, if God chooses to heal her, she wins. If He chooses to take her home, she wins. She was content with her situation because whatever the outcome, she won! Today, as we read of her passing, she is celebrating a great victory over death and enjoying her new home our Lord Jesus promised her. There is no doubt in my mind that Jesus met her as she entered into eternity and greeted her with, “Welcome home my true and faithful servant.”
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to MD Anderson Cancer Center.