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Brian Henry Lynch

Brian Henry Lynch  was born on 21st October, 1944 and passed away on 17th March, 2024.

Aged 79 years. Late of Sunset Ridge, Zilzie and formerly of Winton, Bundaberg, and Emu Park. Passed away on March 17th, 2024. Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Sean & Jeannie, Grant & Tanya, Brett & Melissa Lynch. Loving grandfather of Alexander, Oscar, Hannah, Bayley, Callum, Cooper, Declan and Soraya. Great-grandfather of Mercy, Magnolia and Clover Weir, Franklin & Dawson Lynch. Dearly loved son of Henry James & Myra Avona May Lynch (both dec’d) and son-in-law of Noel & Heatherbell Ballantyne (both dec’d). Loved brother and brother-in-law of Adrian & Joy (both dec’d), Roger & Lyn and David & Margaret Lynch and a loved uncle of their respective families.

“Forever In Our Hearts”

Relatives and friends of Brian and his family are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral Service to be held in The Chapel, “Branyan Gardens” Cummins Road, Branyan on Tuesday, April 9th, 2024, at 10:00am.

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11 Replies to “Brian Henry Lynch”

  1. Our sincerest sympathy in your sad loss. You will always have your special memories, treasure them for they are precious. Thoughts are with you.

  2. Rest In Peace Brian. Was always thinking of you and how you were going when you moved from Bundy. Love to all the family.

  3. My condolences to Sean and family. Remember your dad from days at Bundaberg Sugar A gentleman
    Jeff Jorgensen

  4. My condolences to Sean and family. Remember your dad from days at Bundaberg Sugar A gentleman
    Jeff Jorgensen

  5. Both David and I worked with Brian for many years at Bundaberg Sugar. He was a lovely man – a true gentleman. Rest in peace Brian

  6. Sincere Condolences to All of Brian’s Family. Fond memories way back when we were both heavily involved in The Young Country Party, Bundaberg with my late husband Gavin. Lost contact when he moved away from Bundy. Rest in peace Brian. Fay Peterson.

  7. Hi Sean and family
    That was a beautiful service for you dad today
    Very well presented by Michael Brown

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