William F. “Bill” Lynch, Jr. September 24, 1967 - October 3, 2020

William F. “Bill”, Jr. Lynch, age 53, of St. Paul, died very unexpectantly celebrating with his family on October 3, 2020. Preceded in death by his parents William and Marilyn. Survived by his wife of 27 years, Mary McGuire Lynch; children Henry, Grace, and Louie; siblings Pat (Noreen), Tom (Linda), Jim (Cindy), and Amy (Jim) Gordon. Visitation 2-5 PM Friday at Willwerscheid Funeral Home, 1167 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, 651-228-100. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial 5:30 PM Friday at The Church of the Holy Spirit, Randolph at Albert, St. Paul. Bill was a husband, uncle, and friend to everyone he met. He had a smile that would light up the room and he could make everyone feel special. He loved taking photos of family and friends. Memorials preferred to donor’s choice.

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Visitation 2-5 PM Friday at Willwerscheid Funeral Home, 1167 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, 651-228-100. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial 5:30 PM Friday at The Church of the Holy Spirit, Randolph at Albert, St. Paul.

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    Tracey Yarnall says

    Bill was such a nice guy. My heart goes out to his loving family. A sad loss for all.

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    John Ripplinger says

    I’m really sorry for your loss. Bill was a great guy that I’ve known through work. He was always helpful and gave great advice over the years.

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    Curtis Kerwin says

    I have enjoyed working with Bill for many years. He and I had to manage through a lot of difficult situations, however he always had a smile on his face and loved to laugh. I will miss him very much.

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    Brandie B. Huber says

    My condolences to all of Bill’s loved ones. He was a wonderful friend, who always left me smiling. I will deeply miss his kindness.

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    Tom Phinney says

    Love and prayers to all of the Family. Worked with Bill for 10 years and he will be missed.

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    Adrianna Bell says

    There are no words for a time like this and my heart simply ached when I heard the news. Bill was a great coworker andleader and he will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the Lynch family during this difficult time.

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    Darryl Taylor says

    heart goes out to Bill’s wife an,ildren. I, his family hI. I devastated to learn of Bill’s passing. aveI h worked with Bill over the last 6 years, and he was one of the kindest gentleman in our Orgoniaation. He always had a smile on his face, and when I first joined the management team 6 years ago he welcomed me with open arms. He always madtook the time to provide his support and guidance, and he was fun to work with. An all-round great man. You will be missed by all Bill. RIP my friend.

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    Gerry says

    Our deepest sympathies go out to Bill’s family on such a sad loss. It was an honor to have known and worked with Bill these last few years. He will be deeply missed by all the team here in Dublin and will always hold a place in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
    Gerry, Dade and Felipe – Dublin, Ireland.

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    Richard Eilenberger says

    I met Bill, and he changed the course of my life. I knew Bill to be gracious at first order, deeply attentive and present for others in life as the second order. We will all miss Bill tremendously, he was a very special person. Thank you Bill for being that person.

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    Bill Cousins says

    Bill is a “Greatest Guy Ever”………Be so proud; shout out loud Clan Lynch!
    He and Mary/His work is the hallmark of Community – being there annually on sun drenched, bitter frozen January days serving a smile, feeding a need, photographing kids playing outdoor pucks the MN way.
    Three taps, Sticks up.

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    Jen Claypool says

    Pat, sorry to hear about your brother passing. Justin and I are thinking of you all. Love, Jen

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    Ellis Foster says

    Bill always knew how to tell a story and make you smile! Whether it was a funny Curling story or using a great analogy for a work challenge, he could lighten the mood. I had the utmost respect for Bill and he will be missed by many. I send my deepest sympathies to Bill’s family.

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    Pete Petersen says

    Bill is already missed. Thoughts and prayers to Mary, Henry, Grace, Louie, and the rest of the family.

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