We just learned of John's death today ... wish we had known in time to be with you at his services. Dear Trinity friend/classmate to fondly remember always. With loving thoughts, Bill & Pat Vibert
Your father was a terrific mentor to me as I started my career as a corporate secretary. All the New York Clearing House bank secretaries would get together on a quarterly basis and John took me under his wing and could not have been more gracious or knowledgeable. Lovely, lovely man with a wonderful sense of humor. My prayers are with you and your family.
My heart and prayers go out to all of the Wynne's. My dear Frank & John grew up together, graduated high school together, and were blessed to have spent most of their whole lives as friends. Even our children enjoyed playing together. He will be missed, as we cherish the memories.
Much love, Barbara Dorrico
What a wonderful community-spirited man he was! I wish we had known him?
Stig and Jeanne
The sadness will dwindle but our laughter and memories will never be forgotten.
with love, Judy and Steve
Sally & Family,
My heart goes out to you folks expecially during this holiday season.
I am sorry I never had the pleasure to meet and know your Family, however having known Sally I know what a loving family she must of had.
Sally and family,
Our love and prayers are with you always..You are very special to us.
Gloria Diana and family
In 1970 Mr. Wynne, my father and six other concerned individuals were successful in consolidating the independent parochial schools in Greenwich, resulting in the creation of the Greenwich Catholic School, a thriving Christian institution located on North Street. Having personally served on the board of the school for several years, I admired those individuals whose vision established the framework for a long lasting spirit of Christian education, available to all. Their dedication, energy and generosity to foster Catholic education helped the school endure and flourish. My prayers for Mr. Wynne and his family, and I thank him for that vision.
Hi Jean and Tony and the rest of the Wynne's.
I am very sorry about your loss. I know your family is very tight and this is a very tough time.
He raised you kids right!
A great man and an inspiration to us all. He will always be missed, and never forgotten.
Thank you for your service to our country.
A grateful American