Austin-LYNCH-Obituary

Austin James LYNCH

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

1949 - 2019

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AUSTIN JAMES LYNCH13 July 1949 - 2 July 2019 Beloved youngest son of Edward (dec) and Nora (dec).Loved brother of Barry, Geraldine and Monica.Fond uncle of 7 and their 12 children. An esteemed long-term member of the Old Narrabundah Community Council and other community groups The funeral service...

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I visited Austin every fortnight.We always had a good chat on all sorts of things, history, politicians and gardening, to name a few. He was always a pleasure regardless of what may have been going on in his life.
Very sad for him and his family and friends, and for the local community.

I visited Austin every fortnight.We always had a good chat on all sorts of things, history, politicians and gardening, to name a few. He was always a pleasure regardless of what may have been going on in his life.
Very sad for him and his family and friends, and for the local community.

I'll miss your humour, mate. And your deep interest in anything "Narrabundahish".We had some fun taking on the developers. I fondly remember the to-scale toy bus you popped in the to-scale development for Kingston Foreshore. It put the chap right off his presentation as the bus clearly could not go round the corners of the little roads.Vale Austin.

The Inner South Canberra Community Council (ISCCC) was very saddened to learn of Austin's death. He was a member of the ISCCC Committee since our establishment in 2010, and was on the committee of the Old Narrabundah Community Council even longer.

Austin had a passion for the history of the inner south, and a commitment to serving his local community. He would often find fantastic old photos of familiar places in Canberra and upload them to the website of the Old Narrabundah...

Austin I met many years ag. He was a generous person who shared his knowledge of the history of our city. So sad to hear of his passing