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Tommie Lynn Drewery Floyd

November 2, 1974 ~ July 3, 2019 (age 44)
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Tommie Lynn Drewery Floyd was born November 2, 1974 and died on July 3, 2019 at the age of 44 at her home in Dumas. Lynn was a lifelong resident of Tippah County, a member of Dumas Baptist Church, a devoted wife to Bobby Floyd, and a caring mother to Caitlyn Jackson and Carree Floyd.
  Lynn attended and graduated from Pine Grove High School. While she was in school, she was involved in many activities such as 4-H, basketball, and cheerleading. She attended Northeast Community College and received an Associates Degree in Computer Technology. Most of all what she enjoyed was being with her family. Lynn enjoyed going on family vacations, working outside, watching Hallmark movies, singing with her sisters and daughters, cleaning, and simply spending time with her family.
  Lynn's past employments included: Secretary for Coach Billy Ward at NEMCC, Secretary for Ripley City Hall, Tippah County Wellness Center for 14 years, and Dr. Griffins Dental Office. She currently worked at Pine Grove High School as an Assistant Teacher. She loved and cared for her students, not just with their education, but a genuine love for them as individuals.
  She leaves behind her husband, Robert (Bobby) Floyd, two daughters, Caitlyn Jackson and Carree Floyd, grandparents, Frank and Frances Mask, two sisters, Tammy Almand and Penny Hill, four nephews, Tyler, Brady, Justin, and Jon-Brooks, and two nieces, Tamara and Lauren all of Dumas. Other survivors include many cousins, and great-nephews that she adored. She is preceded in death by her mother, Lora Jean Mask Drewery, and her great-grandparents, Roy and Gracie Mask.
  Visitation will be held at Dumas Baptist Church from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Saturday, July 6, followed by a celebration of Lynn's life at 2:00 p.m. with Bro. Chris Shinall officiating. Burial will be at New Harmony Methodist Church in Pine Grove with Ripley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
  The Pallbearers include: Tyler Hill, Brady Hill, Eric Bibb, Kelly Hodges, Rex Bullock, and Jay Jackson.
  Memorials can be made to The Mississippi Center for Hearth Research for cardiovascular research 2500 North State St., Jackson, MS 39216