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Phillip Ray’Shun Lynch was a caring son, nephew, brother, cousin, and friend. Phillip left this world
suddenly on August 24, 2021, at the age of 24. He departed this world far too soon, but he will be loved
for a lifetime.
Phillip Ray’Shun Lynch was born to Kashawnda Lynch and Phillip Lee Lynch in Little Rock Arkansas on
October 6, 1996. A true creative and talented visionary - he moved to Dallas Texas where he attended The Art Institute of Dallas and majored in Digital Filmmaking and Video Production.
Philip loved photography and used his unique eye to capture, timeless moments, touching many lives with his work. Blessed with talent, technical skills, and an entrepreneurial spirit, he built a successful photography and video editing company.
Phillip was known for his generous heart, infectious smile, and bright personality. He was an avid chess
player who loved great food and spending time playing video games with his beloved cousin Raylon. Philip was a pure joy – extraordinary, full of life, radiant. He will forever be in our hearts.
Phillip was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother Florence Jones & his brother; Phillip Lee Lynch II.
He is survived by his parents, Kashawnda Lynch of Little Rock, Arkansas & Phillip Lee Lynch of
North Little Rock, Arkansas; paternal grandparents: Ray and Nancy Lynch of North Little Rock, Arkansas; maternal grandfather Herman Duckery of North Little Rock, Arkansas; brother Ray Ellison Lynch II of Conway, Arkansas; brother Anthony (Nikki) Patterson of Little Rock, Arkansas; sister LaReshia Jewell of Little Rock, Arkansas; his aunt Regina Lynch of North Little Rock, Arkansas; his favorite cousin Raylon Lynch, nieces, nephews and a host of other family and friends.
A walkthrough visitation from 12-5:00pm on Friday September 10th at (O.T. Smith Memorial Chapel * 8424 Kanis Road), the family will have a private funeral.
The service will be live streamed at:
Kelly Smith Funeral & Cremation Services (8424 Kanis Road * 501-612-5607) will be serving the Lynch families. For more information, sign online guest register, send flowers/cards/condolences/photos and light an "In Loving Memory Of" candle www.kellysmithfunerals.com
MASKS ARE TO BE WORN COVERING MOUTH & NOSE, TO ENTER ALL EVENTS!!
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