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Hattie E. Wynn

October 03,1939 - September 26,2018

Obituary for Hattie E. Wynn

Hattie E. Wynn went to be with the Lord on September 26, 2018. Hattie was born to the late Emma Campbell Gaines and William Gaines Sr. on October 03, 1939 in Washington, DC.

She was baptized at Oak Grove Baptist Church at an early age. Family moved to Springfield, MA where she attended the Springfield Public School System. She lived in Palmer, MA and Pawtucket, RI. She returned to Washington, DC area and later reunited with Oak Grove Baptist Church. She was very active at the church by serving on the deaconess, missionary, and women ministries. The pastor’s aid, hospitality committees and sang in the gospel choir. She handled the benevolent for the church for many years assisting members when death and sickness happen within the family.

Hattie was very well known for her loving spirit and giving heart. She loved cooking and inviting people to her home where she shared her good cooking. She enjoyed her flowers, traveling and fishing. She had a kind word and loving hug to those she met.

Hattie leaves to cherish her memory her loving husband Luther Wynn, her children Richard DeBoise Jr. (Concetta), Michael DeBoise (Melody), Patricia Davis (Geoffery); four brothers; William Gaines Jr, Franklin Gaines (Debbie), Robert Gaines (Linda), Sherman Gaines (Yolanda), six sisters; Joyce Hines (Roy), Diane Hardy, Loretta Jacobs, Delores Byrd, Emma Kelley (Rick), Brenda Harris (Herman). 11 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

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Vanessa. Spencer lit a candle for Hattie Wynn
- Vanessa. Spencer
Praying for your family
- Vanessa Spencer
I am so sorry for your loss. I know this is a very difficult time for the family. Something that has always given me comfort is a scripture at Revelation 21:4, it says, \\"And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” I sincerely hope this brings you some comfort.
- James Ashton Clark
Hattie always had a loving smile and great laugh. Her family was everything to her including her church family Cousin Hattie has earned her wings. Love and prayers are sent to you and the family. Love Veronica.
- Veronica J Dennis
Cuzz will miss you greatly for the kind words and advice when no one else seem to bother or cared, the many meals we shared at your house alway was made welcome. God said enough is enough and called you home. You will be greatly greatly missed not only by your birth family also your church family.
- Ronald B. Allen
Dorothy Andrews lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Dorothy Andrews
Sending condolences to the Wynn and Gaines families. So sorry for your loss.
Sister Wynn was an admired friend. She was very thoughtful, kind and caring. We will all miss her so much! Rest in peace, Sister Wynn.
- Dorothy Andrews
Tonoa Jackson and Isaiah Jackson lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Tonoa Jackson and Isaiah Jackson
Herman, Brenda, Britni and Trey lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Herman, Brenda, Britni and Trey
The brightest shooting stars always go by the fastest,condolences to the Wynn and Gaines family
Sharon Persinger
- Sharon Persinger
Denise Harris lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Denise Harris
Dianne Hardy (Sister) lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Dianne Hardy (Sister)
thomas harris lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- thomas harris
Felecia McCall-Prince lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Felecia McCall-Prince
I KNOW God has recieved Ms. Hattie. Keeping the family in prayer. Sending Mr. Luther Lots of love. Felecia McCall-Prince Big Hugss
- Felecia McCall-Prince
Vicky Hagan lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Vicky Hagan
Dear Mr. Luther. I am so sorry for your loss. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family. God be with you during this very difficult time. Lots of love and Big hugs. Vicky Hagan
- Vicky Hagan
We love you dearly Aunt Hattie. Tee..Emma(sis) Dai & gaines family. You will be missed
- Taneisha gaines
Linda L. Collier lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Linda L. Collier
Heartfelt condolences to the Wynn, DeBoise, Davis, and the entire Gaines Family:
A favorite hymn says \\"In times like these we need an anchor -- the anchor that grips and holds to Christ our Saviour, the Solid Rock”. Cousin Hattie said it this way: “When life has meaning you can bear almost anything” and she reminds each of us today that “You have just enough time to do God’s will.”
Hattie\\'s life, love, purpose and her wise use of time was always anchored in the Love of her Saviour and even as we miss her physical presence we\\'re comforted in knowing we WILL see her again. Please know you will be in our thoughts and prayers in the days, weeks, and months ahead. We love you all. Cousins Vivian Smith, Ron and Shirley Yates, Jim & Lin Collier and Families (Harrisburg, PA).
- Vivian Smith & Family, Hbg, PA
Claire Peters lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Claire Peters
Pennie, Malachi, Kenia and Kendal lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Pennie, Malachi, Kenia and Kendal
You truly will be missed Aunt Hattie. Rip we love you
- Taneisha M Gaines
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Tee lit a candle for Hattie E. Wynn
- Tee

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