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In Loving Memory Of Ray Lynn Britt

›››. 22, 19›0 › ›ov. 19, 2019

Ray Lynn ›Blessing› Britt, 89, of Lubbock, formerly of Littlefield, went home to be with the Lord ›ov. 22, 2019. The family will host a visitation of fellowship and remembrance from 5 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019 at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life at St. Luke›s United Methodist Church, 3708 45th Street, at 11 a.m on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019. She will be buried at a later date in the Dallas Fort Worth ›ational Cemetery.

Ray Lynn was born on Aug. 22, 1930, in Amherst, to William Ray Blessing and Florice Mae ›Garlington› Blessing. She grew up in Fieldton and Amherst as the oldest of three children. She graduated from Amherst High School and attended Texas Tech University. She was married on March 2, 1948, to her best friend›s brother, Roger Leon Britt.

She was a wonderful wife of 71 years, loving mother of three children, six grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. Ray Lynn was a pilot, organi›er, and world traveler. Ray Lynn loved the Lord deeply and lived her faith through her mentoring, love, and care for others.

After her children began school, she served from 1962-1966 as a Deputy County Clerk in Lamb County. She then campaigned for and won the position of District Clerk in Lamb County. Winning elections every 4 years, she served for 25 years in this position, until her retirement in 1992. She was honored by the County and District Clerks› Association of Texas as the Outstanding District Clerk of the State of Texas for 1982-1983.

She was active in the community, serving as President of the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce. She was recogni›ed by the Chamber as Woman of the ›ear in 1986.

Ray Lynn was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, John Edd Blessing, and one great-grandson, Griffin ›arbrough.

She is survived by her husband, her children, Barbara ›Al› Boughton of Los Angeles, Gary ›Jo› of Lubbock, Donald ›Linda› of Bastrop, her brother, Pat ›Donna› Blessing of Pflugerville, her sister-in-law and best friend, Betty Harlan, sister-in-law Bernice ›elson, her grandchildren, Barry ›Mo› ›arbrough, Sunny ›Michael› DeMott, Bonnie ›Wes› Joines, James Britt, ›arina and Robert Britt, and her great-grandchildren, Jordan, Blake, and Sydney ›arbrough, Megan and ›ach DeMott , Eli›abeth and Catherine Joines. She is also survived by nieces and nephews.

We will forever be blessed and grateful for the loving care of each person who worked at Wilshire Place and walked with us on this ›ourney. The family wishes to thank St. Luke›s United Methodist Church, Andy Hurst, Greg Taylor, and the Harmony Sunday School class for their prayers and support. The family also wishes to extend their heartfelt thanks to Dr. Kelly Klein, Dr. Jamie Haynes, Dr. Rafael Rosale›, Dr. Al-Tamimi and Haley, Dr. Fred Onger, Dr. Jack Dyer, Dr. Kurakote, the resident doctors, medical students, and nurses at UMC and Covenant. Special nurses and people who we wish to thank include Amy Damron, Lisa, Lucy, Sydni, Randy, and Walter.

The family has designated St. Luke›s United Methodist Church, 3708 45th Street, for memorial contributions in her memory.

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