A. Lynn Grant

Oct 28, 1951 - Jan 4, 2021

Sacramento Valley National Cemetery
5810 Midway Road
Dixon , CA, 95620


Andrea Lynn Grant
October 28,1951 – January 4, 2021
Andrea Grant, after a long illness, passed away peacefully in her sleep at the age of 69. Andrea was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Willard and Norma Bolden. Lynn’s father was in the Air Force and the family traveled from base to base before finally settling in Fairfield, California in 1966. Lynn attended and graduated from Vanden High School in Fairfield. She received an academic scholarship to Scripps College in Claremont, California, graduating with a BA in American Literature. She then received a Teaching Credential at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Lynn ultimately decided to pursue a career in law, attending Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. After passing the BAR she started working at the California Department of Mental Health till 1995, when she began working at the Office of Legal Affairs at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, working in various legal departments, retiring in 2014. Lynn also served in the United Air Force Reserves, working as a Base Public Defender with the Judge Advocate General Department. While attending college Lynn met her future husband, Lloyd Grant, who was attending a college nearby. After getting married in May 1978, they eventually settled in the Sacramento area, and went on to have two sons, Daryl and Darren. Lynn was always an avid reader from the time she was in elementary school up to the time she became ill. Her brother remembers whenever they went to the library, she would always check out several books at a time to his one. Lynn would read all her books and then start reading her brother’s books. Lynn liked to be active when she could. In the early years, she was quite the Racquetball player. Later in life, she took up hiking and Zumba. And for the past 5 years, she has participated in two of her favorite races, the Kaiser Women Fitness Festival, and the Urban Cow Marathon. Finally, one of her favorite pastimes was spending time with her young grandson.
Lynn was preceded in death by her loving parents, Frank and Norma. She is survived by her husband, Lloyd, sons Daryl (Natasha), and Darren (Sarah), three brothers, Gerald (Linda), Brian (Maria) and Terence, one grandson, Karter Grant, and a host of nieces and nephews.
A private service, including military honors, will be held at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery on January 26 at 11:30 am PST.


  • Pam Reichardt says:

    One of the strongest women I’ve ever known. Beautiful person, so much fun to be around. Her laugh is infectious…I can still hear it. Best times with Lynn was getting together for our 5K’s around Sacramento, the finish line was upon us before we knew it…we were not done talking and continued after for hours! 🙂 I love this lady, GOD BLESS YOU FOREVER Mz. Lynn!! Jesus is enjoying you now! XOXO

  • Mari Bautista says:

    One of the most beautiful persons I have ever had the chance to work with and for. She will be missed and we will love her forever. The angels are lucky to have her around. Bless you Lynn!

  • Audrey Mullen says:

    Comfort and blessings to the family. Lynn was a honest and humble person. To know her was to love her. She will be truly missed by all who knew her.

  • Bettie J Brooker says:

    Although we cousins are separated by the west coast and the east coast we remain close. Our parents made sure that we knew each other, and whenever possible we would make the long distance trip to share our kinship. I remember Lynn as a reader of books, and as an avid runner. She was always nice to be around and would make sure we a lunch date during our visits to California. May God rest her soul

  • Marilyn E JOhnson says:

    Lynn was probably the best read and smartest of us. She could read a text book as easily as a novel. And while we did not spend a lot of time together in our later years, I sure have some great memories. I thank God her transition was peaceful. Praying for the family, we shall see her again.

  • Wilma Bolden says:

    Rest In Peace dear cousin.

  • To my family, I send my deepest sympathy. May you find some sort of peace in your minds & heart knowing she’s not suffering anymore
    I pray for you family🙏🏾🥲Ameen🙏🏾

  • Tiran Bolden says:

    Family may you find strength and courage in each other during this trying time. Remember the good times and the light she shined upon your world. Rest in Peace dear cousin.

  • Patricia Jackson says:

    Sharing in your sadness on this day, Tuesday, January 26, 2021. You are surrounded by much love. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. Rest in Peace, Lynn

  • Danni says:

    Lynn was remarkable person!! I could not have asked for a kinder and wiser mentor and friend. Lynn’s sense of humor was one of her best qualities. I will always cherish the time I shared with Lynn. I love you Lynn and may you rest in peace!

  • Kori Salas says:

    I worked with Lynn for over a year – too short because she was a pleasure to work with. Everyone at work liked her; she was that person that had a good rapport with everyone. I know sure liked her, and appreciated her help as a new attorney. Lynn and her family will be in my thoughts.

  • Wanda Washington and Family says:

    To the Grant and Bolden Family,

    I knew Lynn through Gerald and Linda. Lynn was a beautiful person with her beautiful smile. She was very intelligent and smart woman but most importantly she was very down-to-earth. I would see Lynn and her family at one of the holiday gatherings. It was always so good to see and talk with Lynn. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends.

    We will continue to pray for the strength and peace for the Grant and Bolden families. Yes, you will miss Lynn’s presence but you will always have those memories of her in your heart.

  • Pam Reichardt says:

    Still thinking about my friend Lynn and missing her. Sending my love and prayers to her family. God bless you guys!

  • Kathryn Harker says:

    Lynn was genuinely kind and practiced the skill of listening. Her laugh and smile were infectious. I remember enjoying conversations with Lynn filled with humor, understand, and intelligence. She is now, and will always be, truly missed. To her husband and family, I am truly sorry for your loss. She was a remarkable women.

  • Brenda Ogden says:

    I have thought of you so often over the years. If not for your service and tremendous heart, I would not be where I am today. I thank you for being the lady and “my” Captain. Thank you and Lloyd for sharing your family with me when you knew I needed it. I wish I had reached out sooner so that I could have let you know how much you meant to me early on in my life and career. I will always remember your smile and times you made me laugh when I felt like crying. Thank you, Captain Lynn Grant. Always in my heart and thoughts.

  • Juliana Bolden says:

    Thinking of you and miss you Lynn. Rest in love.

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