John R. Lynch, Jr.

August 17, 1935 - December 30, 2020
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John R Lynch, Jr. – 8/17/1935 – A twenty-five year resident of Venice, FL., formerly of Bullville and Middletown, New York, entered into rest on December 30, 2020, at the age of 85 years old.

 

John was married to his loving wife Juanita for sixty years, before her passing in 2015.

 

John was a 67 year member of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825.  Jack Lynch was an Operator, Instructor, Business Representative and Benefit Fund Trustee prior to his retirement in 1996.

 

John is survived by his children, John (Donna), Kathleen Venetis (Len) and Donna.  Grandchildren Laura Lynch, Patrick Lynch, (Stephanie) Dylan & Landon, Samantha Stark (Chris), Catherine Ortiz (Ray), Elania Asprea and their loving families.

 

John was predeceased in death by his wife Juanita, and his parents Lucy L. and John R. Lynch, Sr.

 

Due to Covid Precautions, services and burial will be private and at the convenience of the immediate family.

 

Cremation in the State of Florida, to be followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at the Church of the Assumption, Peekskill, New York where John and Juanita were wed sixty-five years ago.  Burial will be at the Assumption Cemetery, Cortland Manor, New York.

 

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Born: August 17, 1935
Died: December 30, 2020

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Elaina Asprea posted on 1/3/21

Grandpa was the best ever, I remember the nickname he had for me . He use to call me, ME TO because everyone he said he wanted to do something I would say me too. It ember the time when we went to his house and go swimming when I was young. When grandma use to make us toast with peanut butter, bananas and honey on top and her blueberry muffins. I will miss my grandparents but I will always hold the great memories I have of all the good times we had together. May he Rest In Peace and join Grandma in heaven. I love you both.

 

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