Cynthia Lynn Pierce

By August 29, 2014 Obituaries

Cynthia Lynn Pierce, 56, of Charleston, a registered nurse, died Monday, August 25, 2014.

Ms. Pierce was born December 1, 1957 in Clinton, SC, a daughter of Jay Earl Pierce and Phyllis Davis Kramm. She will be greatly missed by her two daughters, Joni Meredith Edwards of Simpsonville, SC and Megan Gwinn of Charleston, SC.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date.

Arrangements are by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services, North Charleston, SC.

4 Comments

  • Susan Motes Bentley says:

    The words on this collage are just a very few that describe the woman that I was honored to call my Aunt. In the past few days I have tried to find a way to understand this and more importantly find a way to help Bryce cope with knowing (in her words) she will never get to hear Aunt Lynn’s voice again. My Beautiful, Strong, Funny, Tough, Loving, Empathetic, Selfless, Amazing Aunt is gone, my heart is broken and I feel myself slipping so I am fighting hard because she understood me like noone else. She knew my highs and lows and my rock bottoms. I just wish I could tell her I love her and I wish Bryce could hug her one last time. My head knows that she is in a state of bliss with everyone she missed so much, my heart wants her back, my heart wants to have her back here with us. We didn’t have enough time. God please be with Joni, the kids and us as we move forward without Aunt Lynn. Help us to have peace and know that she is walking with you and if you could please tell her I love her. Lynn I love you so much, thank you for understanding my crazy and for being there everytime we needed you I just wish I could have been there for you Monday. My heart is in a million pieces and I can’t begin to figure out how to mend it. God please give me strength to help my precious momma and my sweet angel Bryce through this.
    /There is a collage on my personal facebook page posted public however this site will not allow me to attach that image. For those of you who were blessed to know Lynn, love Lynn and will miss Lynn please feel free to view the collage and comment. This world will not be the same without that smile. We miss you so much and love you. SueSue

  • terri motes says:

    Lynn was my only sister and such a special mom,daughter,aunt and a wonderful nana to cameron and jayden who were her heart.our mother and stepfather,Boh and Phyllis Kramm live at bailey manor in clinton and Lynn loved to spend time with them because`of her deep love for them and she had come to know and care for the residents and staff at the manor.she was such a caring nurse and in the majority of her career she worked in the critical care nursery caring for babies that were in much need of extra care and she loved helping them and also being there to be a person for there mom and dad to look to as a listening ear and someone they knew was caring for their baby as if he or she were her own.Lynn had friends from the upstate to charleston and she will be sorely missed.as one of her friends said “i just can’t wrap my head around the fact she is gone”.it was so sudden,she was so young and she had so much more living to do,and she’s gone.there is an ache in my heart that i pray time will heal. Lynn is with papa now who she has missed so deeply for so long and granny,daddy,ma and pa pierce and so many others who have gone before her and she is in the prescence of our Heavenly Father. we will all be together again forever in God’s time and until then we will miss our precious Lynn so deeply.i love you my little sis. “`

  • Maggie Townsend says:

    When I first heard the news of Lynn’s passing I couldn’t believe it. I didn’t want to believe it. I have known her for many years. We rode to Piedmont Tec together. We also both attended Lucas Ave. Baptist Church and were members of the Chapel Choir. The Chapel Choir went on choir tour every summer for a week. She was a kind and loving person. She will be greatly missed. Heaven has another Angel. I know that her two daughters will miss her and her Grandchildren. Just remember she is in heaven watching over yall.

  • Patsy Lane says:

    I was shocked to hear of Lynn’s death. It just blew me away. Lynn had a heart of gold. She loved her patients and people around her. Lynn you will be missed.