Lynda Monroe Heath

February 11, 2022
Lynda Monroe Heath

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Lynda Monroe Heath, 67, devoted educator for 44 years, of Williamsburg, Va. passed away on February 11, 2022 with her husband and her two children by her side.

She was a classroom teacher with the WJCC Schools for 36 years at Berkeley, D.J. Montague, and Matoaka where she faithfully served her students and their families. She was the heartbeat of her family and responsible for the hospitality of almost every family event. An extraordinary and beautiful woman with a vibrant and strong Christian faith which gave her the strength to be the loving one who was always available to family, friends, students, coworkers and anyone she met with words of encouragement, help and guidance.

“The time has come for my departure. I have fought the good fight; I have finished the race. I have kept the faith. A crown awaits.”

Lynda was preceded in death by her father, Bill.

She is survived by her mother, Dee; her husband of 46 years, Bert; their son, David (Melissa) and their daughter, Dena (Aaron); three grandchildren, Logan, Ryleigh and Bryce; and her brother, Bill (Lynn) and their children, Trey and Megan.

A memorial service will be held at the Williamsburg Community Chapel on Sunday, March 6, 2022 at 2pm.

In lieu of flowers, “In Memory Of’ donations may be made to the Williamsburg Community Chapel, the Kenneth Copeland Ministries or the Joel Osteen Ministry.


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  • February 23, 2022
    Aldina Ash says:
    A special treasure friend in my life, I will always think about our chats at breakfast about our cooking and grandkids. I will miss you till we see again.Love you

  • February 24, 2022
    Sue Sydow says:
    You will always be an inspiration. I remember the first time we met at DJM and your mentorship. Working with you has been a gift. I was inspired by your passion for teaching young minds and mentoring fellow teachers. My heart is forever grateful for your love and kindness to all those around you, especially Danielle's. Our family will miss you.