Lynn was a caring and loving mother to her two sons, Brian and Barry. She had two great passions in her life; her love for God and her sons. Lynn was an ideal Mom, taught her boys well, and was a faithful supporter at their ballgames. She was faithful to her church, Chihowa I Chuka, at which she helped to build. Being ever so patient with children, Lynn was a Sunday school teacher and also drove the church van. She volunteered her time to help the elderly, often driving them to appointments. Lynn enjoyed going on the various church trips and loved to read the Bible. A kind and encouraging woman, she never met a stranger. Truly, her shoes will be hard to fill. Now, she walks the streets of glory, for as the scriptures teach us, her 'labor of love is not in vain''..and now she reaps an eternal reward. Lynn was preceded in death by her father, Madison Baker, Sr. of Wright City.She leaves to cherish her memory, her beloved sons, Brian and Barry Williams of Wright City; her mother, Lavada Baker, Wright City; four sisters, Marquitta 'Jan' Seeley, Beaumont, MS, Avis Tugwell, Wright City, Edwanna Briley, Wright City, and Myrna Taylor, Jay, OK; six brothers, Madison 'Bo' Baker, Moore, OK, Michael Baker, Wayne Baker, Reggie Baker, Rayburn Baker, all of Wright City, and Jason Baker, Helena, AR.Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM., Monday, April 28, 2008 at the Wright City High School Auditorium. Pastor Lloyd Lee and Bro. Don Tsosie will officiate. \nTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Lenora Williams, please visit our floral store.