ForeverMissed
Funeral service will be held Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at Pleasant Green Baptist Church (5301 Olive Road/Trotwood). Visitation will begin at 11:30am with service to follow at 12:30pm. 

Ms. Antonna T. Webb was the youngest of child of Anthony Jorel Lynch and Melissa Marie Hines. She was born December 26, 1986 in Dayton, Ohio.She found God at the First Baptist Church of Ridgewood Heights at an early age.

Ms. Webb graduated from Isus High School in Dayton in 2005. She attended Sinclair College in the nurse’s aide program.

Antonna affectionately known as Nana loved being a wonderful Mom to her four children. Daviona, Da’Coldess (Cody), Kaben and Jonathon (JJ).She fell instantly in love with granddaughter Jaleah. She loved sharing practical jokes with her children. She was great with computers. Nana qualified as a professional on- line shopper.

Nana had a very inquisitive mind. She questioned all things. She had the faith of a mustard seed and a great strength of will that got her through times of great difficulty and pain. She was never afraid to speak her mind. Antonna was and continues to be a living testimony to God.

Preceded in death by: Grandfather Abron J. Lynch, Grandmother Allie L. Lynch, Uncle Larry S. Lynch, Grandmother Dorothy M. Astin, Grandfather Milton Astin.

She leaves to cherish her memory: Loving Father Anthony (Tony) Lynch, Loving Mother Melissa M. Hines, Children Daviona Webb, Da’Coldess (Cody) Webb, Kaben Bryant, Jonathan Ferguson Jr., and Granddaughter Jaleah Johnson-Webb. Brother Chawnsae Redd, Sister Chole Hines, Sister Shatel McShann, Brother Antonio Lynch, Brother Eric Fisher, Brother Michael Lynch, Brother Alexander Lynch, Brother Dominic Lynch. A special Auntie Gail E. Astin and a Two Mother Sabrina Jordan. Special Godson Sonny. Nana also leaves a host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and a host of friends.

Professional arrangements entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory.
Posted by Adrienne Foster on April 27, 2021
You was loving , caring ,funny ; and threw it all you always had a big beautiful smile on your face you will be miss dearly Rest In Peace boo
Posted by Erica Thomason on April 24, 2021
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Posted by Adrienne Foster on April 27, 2021
You was loving , caring ,funny ; and threw it all you always had a big beautiful smile on your face you will be miss dearly Rest In Peace boo
Posted by Erica Thomason on April 24, 2021
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Shared by Erica Thomason on April 24, 2021
The day I met you I looked at you and see myself and as we got older we were a lot a like just wish I had sometime my mother loved you so much the day I met you she was serious about Tony being your father and you was family I look at you and kept look at you and I seen my cousin and I said she's my cousin feisty mean don't take no shit cuz that's in are bloodline at the end of all of this I just want to say you was a very strong woman the fight you put up there's not a lot that will fight the way you fought and I love that you kept it real with your kids let them know what's going on and what's to happen it's the blood line I love you and rest in heaven see you when I get there love you always family 1st

She encouraged me

Shared by Todd Shilt on April 23, 2021
Nay asked me to bring her family to church. This is increasingly rare today. And admirable. She had many struggles in life and she chose to turn to God more and more. When the cancer came back for the 3rd time I asked her if Jesus was her leader. She said yes and proved it by having joy in the midst of her illness. God did not need her. He already had her. I ask those that remain here in this world of pain and sadness to make the choice to have not just faith God exists but saving faith. Rely on Him in this time of missing Nay and honor her by turning to the living God who wants to walk you thru hard times and who can tell you directly He loves you. I pray you hear His comforting words.