Lynnette Lott


Lynette Lott
Lynette Lott

Lynnette Lott, of Amarillo TX, passed away peacefully in her sleep on May 20th, 2023 in Dallas, TX.

She was born on June 24th, 1951, in Oceanside, CA to her loving parents Wayne and Betty Frazee. Lynnette moved with her family and eventually met her future husband, Tommy, in Beeville, Texas before attending Lake Stevens High School. After graduation, she and Tommy were married in Lake Stevens and she traveled with her husband to Thailand and Germany before settling down in Amarillo, TX where they raised their two boys, Timothy and Brandon. Lynnette worked as a Location Administrative Officer for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Bushland, TX where she retired June 27th, 2014.

She was dedicated to her work and truly loved her family and friends. In her free time, before and after retirement, she would cheer on her boys at sporting events, sew and quilt with her friends. Whether it was lunches with friends, long talks on the phone with her children, or embroidering a new shirt for her grandkids, she always put her loved ones first. She was genuine, loved unconditionally, and had to be the most patient woman in the world to have lived with her husband and two boys.

Lynnette is preceded in death by her brother, Jim, and her father and mother, Wayne and Betty Frazee.

She is survived by her loving husband of 51 years, Tommy; her sons, Timothy

Lott and wife Terri, and Brandon Lott and wife Myla; eight grandchildren;  brothers, Richard and David, and her sister Brenda.

For all of those she loved and touched deeply, her memorial services will be held at 10:00 A.M., Friday, June 2, 2023, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd, Amarillo, TX.

6 Replies to “Lynnette Lott”

  1. Working with and being around Lynette was always pleasant. She truly exhibited Christian character. She and Melanie Allred always called me “Petey” and I loved it! They were my sisters from another mother. May God bless you, Tommy, Timothy, Brandon, and grandkids!

  2. My condolences to Lynnette’s family and friends. She was a really sweet lady and we missed her smiling face at Bushland when she retired. God Bless. N. Andy Cole, Retired Director at USDA-ARS, Bushland.

  3. I enjoyed all my time with Lynette in our sewing adventures and will miss her. She always surprised you with a quick comment that was quite witty and fun. Rest in peace, Dear Friend.

  4. Lynette was a valuable employee at Bushland, but more importantly, she was a friend to all. I am sorry for your loss and know she will be greatly missed.
    B.A. Stewart, Former Director of USDA-ARS, Bushland

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