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Timothy P. Lynch

Timothy P Lynch, age 40, passed away December 23, 2021 in Langhorne, PA. He was preceded in death by his father, Daniel E. Lynch and was the beloved son of Rosemary Lynch (nee Kleschick). He is also survived by his loving sister, Megan Lynch and her fiancé, Patrick Moffatt.

Tim will be missed by his Uncle Joe Kleschick (Barbara), Uncle Al Kleschick, Aunt Lisa Gallagher (James), Aunt Sandy Lynch, Uncle Kevin Lynch (Diane) and Uncle Tom Lynch (Kathleen). He will be greatly missed by his cousins Gina Sullivan (Ryan), Amanda Sears (Joseph), Joseph, Albert, and Christopher Kleschick, Colin, Austin and Emma Rose Gallagher, Savannah Kleschick, Brian Lynch, Katie Kinsch (Jeff), Tom Lynch Jr. (Kathleen), Michael, Patrick, Kelly and Casey Lynch. Our Johnny, Sofie, Dez and Sukie will miss their 2d cousin as well.

Born September 4, 1981, Tim was a lifelong resident of Bucks County PA. It would be an understatement to say that he had a good childhood. He grew up in a neighborhood where there were plenty of new families with lots of children to play with and he made good friends that are still family friends. Tim participated in many group activities with school and family friends. Ski and beach trips were highlights he looked forward to every year. Tim played the normal childhood sports but excelled in baseball and played for Council Rock Holland Baseball Little League where he was a catcher and All Star Player.

He attended Council Rock Elementary, Middle and High School, graduating from Council Rock North in 2000. Tim played on the football and volley ball teams and went on to take classes at Bloomsburg University and BCCC. Tim was a member of St. Bede’s Catholic Church and that is where he received his sacraments.

Tim’s easy going and analytical personality afforded him success in numerous Sales and IT positions and was always well liked by his co-workers.

Tim had a very endearing relationship with his mother and was a great help to her. Tim was known for his bear hugs, sometimes silly and sometimes sarcastic sense of humor. He certainly loved a hearty political debate and developed strong opinions on the state of the country and world by watching his favorite news shows and constantly reading up on current events. He loved to take rides through the scenic parts of Bucks County where he’d play his radio and enjoy the beauty of nature.

Tim found great love when he met Katie. They loved one another deeply and were looking forward to a wonderful life together, along with Katie’s son, Noah. They enjoyed the beach, hiking and finding happiness in nature and one another.

Sadly, some knew Tim only through the lens of the addiction he battled for years. That wasn’t the real Tim though, and those fortunate enough to truly know him immediately recognized him as one who would give the clothes he was wearing to help a friend in need; one who ended nearly every conversation with those he cared for with ‘love you’. He fought a long, courageous fight but in the end lost his battle. We pray for all addicts and their families – may they find the love, support and courage needed to deal with this horrendous disease. A special thanks to the folks in Tim’s Home Group over at Village Shires. He made good friends there and looked forward to meetings and activities with his kindred spirits.

Family and friends are invited to a mass of Christian burial on Saturday, January 15, 2022 at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic Church at 11:00 AM. (1071 Holland Road, Southampton, PA.) Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers donations to St. Jude or a charity of your choices in Tim’s memory would be appreciated.

The outpouring of love, support and generosity is appreciated more than you will ever know.




Guestbook

Rose, Meghan and family,
I will never forget the fun times with Tim during Holland little league all star baseball. The swim parties were memorable. Tim was always a kind and fun loving person always polite. The Dougherty family sends our deepest sympathy to you and our prayers are for Tim and your family. May Tim rest in the loving arms of our Lord in perfected love and peace. Till we meet again Tim

Pat Dougherty Jan 24 2022 11:20 AM

Rose:
So sorry to hear of the passing of Tim. Our deepest and sincere condolences to you and Meagan at this most difficult time. Sending prayers.

Chris & Tam Rood Jan 15 2022 9:06 AM

Rose and Megan, I'll always remember Tim as the smiling, fun-loving sweet guy he is and the funny stories you'd tell us over tea at our house. Words can't express how sorry I am for your great loss and a life cut way too short…Tim was one of a kind and our family will miss him.
Sending you love, Kim Doring

Kim Doring Jan 8 2022 8:35 PM

Rosemarie M Maribello lit a candle for Timothy P. Lynch

Rosemarie M Maribello Jan 8 2022 6:34 PM

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Erin Brubaker Jan 8 2022 5:19 PM

Rose, so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family. May Tim Rest In Peace and may your memories of him bring you comfort.

Ro Batty Jan 8 2022 12:16 PM

So sorry for the loss of your Son Tim. I remember him fondly. He was a good kid and a nice boy. He will always be with you , he's part of you. Bless you and your family

JoAnn McCloskey Smith Jan 8 2022 10:44 AM

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Kathy Allen Jan 8 2022 9:38 AM

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Katie Hylind Jan 8 2022 1:38 AM

I will always remember Tim as a good friend, a fantastic athlete, and a great teammate.

My deepest condolence.

Christopher McCloskey Jan 7 2022 4:31 PM