Bonnie (Spofford) Lynch

Born: Wed., Apr. 14, 1937
Died: Mon., Feb. 1, 2016


Memorial Service

1:00 PM Thu., Feb. 11, 2016
Location: Moseley Funeral & Cremation Service


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Bonnie S. Lynch passed away on February 1, 2016. She was 79 years old. A Celebration of Bonnie's Life  will be held Thursday, February 11, 2016 at Moseley Funeral Home, 914 Meeting Street, West Columbia, SC at 1:00 PM.

Bonnie was born on April 14, 1937 in Central Falls, RI, the daughter of the late Daniel H. Spofford and Mae Harrison Spofford. A very talented and exceedingly creative woman, Bonnie  sewed many of her and her children’s clothing, played flute and string bass in orchestras, was a wonderful business partner of her husband, and sold real estate for over 33 years earning several prestigious designations in continuing education and earned the title of “Million Dollar Producer.”

She was the glue that held  her loving household together.

In addition, she was an expert small bore marksman, a prize winning photographer, an airplane pilot, and the beautiful and smart copilot and navigator for her husband on their many cross country flights and LIFE as well.

Surviving are Art Lynch, her husband of 60 years, daughters Laura Lynch Rowe of Virginia, Virginia (Ginnie) Lynch of California, and Holly Lynch of Georgia, grandsons, Daniel and Justin Senechal  of Massachusetts, and granddaughter, Caroline Selby Schrader of South Carolina, and a sister, Prudence Brock of Connecticut.

She  served as a member of The Columbia Board of Realtors, The American Wine Society, The Columbia Photographic Society, The 242 Chapter of The Experimental Aircraft Association, The Civil Air Patrol, where as an officer she served on Search And Rescue teams, and The South Carolina Breakfast Club.

The family wishes to thank the Lexington Medical Center Intensive Care Unit nurses ,Lauren, Mary, Kristi, Rebecca, and others whose names we missed, for their outstanding and enormously caring work in taking care of and comforting Bonnie in her final days.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the South Carolina Alzheimer's Association at http://www.alz.org.

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Warren Driggers
   Posted Sun February 07, 2016
Blessings to your family. May warm memories fill your hearts.

Deborah Wert Ferner
   Posted Sun February 07, 2016
please accept my condolences. I have fond memories of Aunt Bonnie and you (Uncle Art). She is no longer in pain from the disease . She remembers you and everyone else and loved you all dearly.
Prayers for you at this difficult time.

Ron Shelton
   Posted Sun February 07, 2016


Art and family --we were so blessed to be among yours and Bonnie's friends --will so miss her being with us on fun and interesting occasions --Wish you Blessings
Shelton Family

The Talton's (Mr. And Mrs. Charles Talton and Debra)
   Posted Sun February 07, 2016
We are sorry to hear about the passisng of Bonnie. She was well liked and will surely be missed. Our prayers are with you and your amity.

Jean and Bill Mattson
   Posted Mon February 08, 2016
Art, So sorry about Bonnie.We will miss her. Praying for you and your family.

Mary Anne Allread
   Posted Mon February 08, 2016
Art, My thoughts are with you and your daughters at this sad time. Bonnie was a special lady with a lovely smile. Her obituary was so interesting, and I was glad to learn of her many other accomplishments in her life. We all miss Bonnie (and you) in the Seniorcise class. I will see you at her service on Thursday.

Jay Byers
   Posted Mon February 08, 2016
Art --So sorry to hear of Bonnie's passing , She was a great lady and will be missed .


Jay Byers

Janelle Rivers
   Posted Mon February 08, 2016
So sorry to learn of your loss. Sending sympathy to all of your family. May you find comfort in many happy memories.

Jay Seward, Columbia QB Hangar
   Posted Tue February 09, 2016
Lynch family,

The pilots of the Columbia SC Quiet Birdmen hangar send our sincerest condolences on the loss of Bonnie. Any pilot is made better by a good co-pilot and this certainly is the lesson of her life with Art, our QB member. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

Hazel Lariscy
   Posted Wed February 10, 2016
Art,
So sorry for your loss. It was a treat getting to know Bonnie.
My prayers are with you at this sad time.
I miss you both in class.
Sincerely,
Hazel Lariscy

Mitchell Sutherland
   Posted Wed February 10, 2016
Art, Bonnie was a precious lady.

Dennis & Denise Perry
   Posted Wed February 10, 2016
A very special lady, we spent time making many Sunday morning breakfast over the years,! Great time, good conversations! We will truly miss her.

peter & norma wright
   Posted Wed March 02, 2016
Well Bonnie we hope you and that Richard Burke get things organised for us up there not that we have plans to join you soon.
We'll expect a party when we meet again.
Best wishes
Peter & Norma

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