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Timothy J. Lynch
Timothy James Lynch, 52, died Tuesday, April 16 of a heart attack in Duluth, Minn.
Born June 7, 1960 to Bernard and Helen (Wagner) Lynch of McAllister, he attended the Wausaukee Public Schools.
He was fun loving, gentle and had a good sense of humor. He was loved by the family of his special friend, Carlene and her eight grandchildren called him Grandpa Tim. He enjoyed hunting morel mushrooms in the spring and trout fishing. People he worked with said he did carpentry, painting, deck-building, masonry, electrical, automotive and apple tree maintenance. A knowledgeable and voracious reader, he intelligently discussed politics, religion, world events, history and the news.
Surviving are his special friend, Carlene Valure of Duluth, Minn.; his mother, Helen of Marinette; six brothers, Jerome (Marie) of Minneapolis, Minn., Daniel (Dolores) of Oshkosh, Roger (Nancy), Mike (Susan) and Kevin (Jackie), all of the Town of Wagner and Dennis of Carmel, Calif. and three sisters, Sharon (James Roy, Barnie) Barnhill of Berryville, Va., Colleen Dempski of Menominee and Anita (Kevin) Cooper of West Bend.
He was preceded in death by his father, Bernard and a brother-in-law, Frank Dempski.
A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday, June 15 at 11 a.m. at the Wagner Cemetery.
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