Christopher T. Lynch, born May 4th, 1957, in St. Paul, Minnesota, and passed on March 4th, 2020 in Brandon, Florida.
Chris grew up in Bloomington, MN and graduated from Jefferson High School in 1975. He joined the army and served his country following high school. Chris married Veronica (née Anderson) on December 1st, 1979. Chris enjoyed a long career in mid- and upper management positions in the commercial alarm and securities field. He enjoyed golfing and loved Star Wars. Most of all he loved to sing and play guitar, and spending time with his wife, 2 daughters, and 5 grandchildren.
Chris Lynch is preceded in death by his mother Mary Jo (Nolan) Lynch, and brother Chuck Lynch. Survived by his loving wife of 40 years Veronica, his beloved daughters Heather Bien and Danielle West, and his 5 adoring grandchildren Kaitlyn, Levi, Wyatt, Trevon, and Nova Lee; his father Dale O. Lynch, and 3 loving sisters Jean Lynch Guthery (Tom), Nancy Lynch Norris (Walt), and Sally Lynch.
Services and Celebration of Life will be held in Bloomington, MN at a later date, to be announced.
Chris Lynch was a loving husband, father, and Papa. He lived life fully and loved with such joy, humor and music. He will be greatly missed.
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I have good memories of Chris playing guitar and singing by the campfire when he and the family were here in MN visiting. He was always a great host when we visited them, and I think he really liked to cook delicious foods.😊 He and my sister Veronica and their girls had some great trips when the girls were little. I think they had a pretty great one to Glacier in Montana “before” the kids came along too. They had that camping van with the extended ceiling then. That was a cool van.
My memories of Chris are mostly through my late husband, Russ Taddiken, as they were friends. Chris attended our wedding and due to time and distance people drifted apart. However, good friendships are forever and they kept in touch eventually through FB. When Russ passed Chris wrote a beautiful tribute, partly regretful of losing touch for a while. But I assured Chris that Russ always spoke highly of him and that life happens. I could tell from Chris’ heartfelt message to me that Chris was a good man.
As I said, true friends are forever…I hope somewhere in the great beyond that Chris is playing the guitar and Russ is singing. They both passed from the same condition and too soon. Chris will be sorely missed to be sure.
Very lovely! So sorry for your loss!