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Donna Jean Lynch

 
Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Lynch, Donna J. 

Age 65 of Minneapolis, MN.  Born January 22, 1952 in Mobridge, South Dakota.  Died March 15, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN.  Preceded in death by mother, Lenore (Mathison) Robinson; sister, Tootie; and brother, Snooky.  Survived by husband, John; daughter, Kerry Ann; and granddaughter, Taylor Jean; siblings, Pat (Kitty) Calhoun, Sybil McMillan, Sylvie Robinson, and Monica Robinson (Ricky);  other relatives and friends.  Mass of Christian Burial, Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 11 am ~ Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, 2914 West 44th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55410.  Interment ~ Lakewood Cemetery.  Visitation Monday, 5-8 pm at Gill Brothers Southwest Chapel, 5801 Lyndale Avenue South and one hour prior to mass at church. 

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Comments

Submitted by Monica on

Donna I miss you and always will. I wish I had seen you one last time, say hi to everyone. Love you, Monica xoxoxo

Submitted by Jess Cantu (Casey) on

Sending peace and love to the Lynch family. So sorry for your loss. Xoxo

Submitted by Jane Newbauer on

John, Kerry, and Taylor;
Truly words escape me in describing how deeply sorry I am. I do want to say that you should all rest assured that Donna was greatly loved, by the three of you most of all, and I think she would agree with me in saying that she was truly lucky in that department, as were all of us who were loved by her in return.
My mom always said she'd never seen a couple more meant to be together than her brother John and Donna. When she spoke of how deep John's love had been for Donna, from such a young age, it was really so touching, and pretty inspiring even. My heart just breaks thinking of my Uncle John living in a world without her. Though I do know that she is looking down on all of us, and that she and John will be together again one day. Love like they shared can never be extinguished, that much I know for sure.
My prayers, and so much love, are sent now from far away, but my heart is right beside you all.
Hugs, Janey

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